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|Russian to English translations [PRO]|
Art/Literary - Education / Pedagogy / Referring to a kindergarten graduation
|Russian term or phrase: Выпускной Утренник |
|У [X] выпускной утренник перед школой, который прошел очень весело и торжественно. |
MY VERSION: GRADUATION RECITAL (?)
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Local time: 04:09
|I think this answer is the most ambiguous (in a good way) because "event" could mean almost anything - it is a blanket term. I might throw "recital" somewhere into the final translation for clarification.|
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end of year event
This offering is for a generic solution, if you don't know whether it was a party / celebration / pageant / ceremony, but are pretty sure it's for a grade too low to "graduate" from.
Local time: 23:09
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Just a warning note that in many English speaking countries the word "kindergarten" does not mean the same thing as in Russia, etc.
"In the United States and Anglophone Canada, as well as in parts of Australia (New South Wales, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory) kindergarten is the word often restricted in use to describe the first year of education, or primary school. In some of these countries it is compulsory, that is parents must send children to their kindergarten year (generally, at age 5). In the United States, many states widely offer a free kindergarten year to children of five to six years of age, but do not make it compulsory, while other states require all five-year-olds to enrol. The terms preschool or less often, "Pre-K," (formerly, nursery school) are used to refer to earlier age-group education in the U.S."
Native speaker of: Russian, Ukrainian
PRO pts in category: 8
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