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It would seem, long ago and completely forgotten,
And here, you look, suddenly it rose from the bottom:
Hooves proceeded along the sleepy pavement
Savrasky scrap, and again silence.

And they sailed, in the thick rags of mud,
As the poet would say, from the kingdom of shadows,
As he added, forgotten paintings,
As he would have completed, bygone days.

Hello to you, hello, Marxist Lane,
Hi, house 3/2, apartment number 6,
Where I came into the world - a nervous moron,
What the magicians did not spread the good news about.

Hello to you, my yard, the container of vice
Where Tagan crime flourished freely
Where was every outcast who did not unwind,
Where would Gleb Zheglov himself hardly scam.

Hello to you, hello, Perov, polar pilot,
The one that the Belgians saved, puppies on ice,
Whenever my friend pimpled son,
Would you, a neighbor, wear a hero star.

Hello to you, hello, Dvoryankin Uncle Kolya,
Hello to you, hello, his dunce Lemon,
Together with you, we studied at the same school,
Brotherly for two, sharing one g.don.

Hello to you, hello, Pocket Uncle Kolya,
What books he took to read from my father,
You fell victim to the cause of alcohol
You honestly deserve such an end.

Hello, hello to you Pantyushin Uncle Kolya,
Nearby girls you were not without reason a thunderstorm,
And in my memory you will be alive until
Squeals in your ears your dashing horozma.

Hello to you, hello, Malinin Uncle Vasya,
Peace be upon you, frantic drunk,
Who else could do this, swearing for three weeks,
At the same time, maintain an enviable avant-garde.

Hello to you, hi, broken trough,
Hello to you, hello, our lame stool,
Hello to you, everything that is buried for the time being,
But you just have to dig, and crawls out into the light.

No comma needed

A “seemingly” comma is not needed if the combination in the sentence is predicate.

  • The future would seem to you in more rosy colors, if there were worthy reasons for this in the form of education and financial opportunities.
  • It seemed to us that we were already seeing the outlines of our camp in the fog, and this turned out to be an old abandoned farm.

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    1. Ivushkina Dasha wrote (a):

    1. He dismissively dismissed. “Can you think cancer?” (D. G.). 2. You will think and tell everything as it was. 3. Note, by the way: all poets are love dreamy friends (P.). 4. Usually such guests were not particularly happy, but now a living person was very welcome (Cor.). 5. Here, it seemed to the guy happiness, to begin the calculation of the line ... (Tv). 6. Everything seemed familiar to him for a long time. 7. It was sad for them, but it never happened (P.). 8. He Ivan Ivanovich, used to, first of all, will go to the stable (G.). 9. Here, on the contrary, ceaselessly new picturesque places and objects stop and entertain my attention (L. T.). 10. He sat opposite Dasha and could not take his eyes off her pretty face (A. T.). 11. Bazarov kept himself away from these “squabbles,” Arkady, on the contrary, considered it his duty, if not to help his father, then at least to show that he was ready to help (T.). 12. In general, this work seems quite modern. 13. The child did not understand anything in the new game. 14. I did not want to come here at all. 15. I’m likely to get into the Crimea soon, not pulling (Ch.). 16. This is likely. 17. It seems to me that the novel is not his business ... (V. Bel.). 18. He seems very upset.

    Masha Kubalova wrote (a):

    1. He dismissively dismissed. “Can you think cancer?” (D. G.). 2. You will think and tell everything as it was. 3. Note, by the way: all poets are love dreamy friends (P.). 4. Usually such guests were not particularly happy, but now a living person was very welcome (Cor.). 5. Here, it seemed to the guy happiness, to begin the calculation of the line ... (Tv). 6. Everything seemed familiar to him for a long time. 7. It was sad for them, but it never happened (P.). 8. He Ivan Ivanovich, used to, first of all, will go to the stable (G.). 9. Here, on the contrary, ceaselessly new picturesque places and objects stop and entertain my attention (L. T.). 10. He sat opposite Dasha and could not take his eyes off her pretty face (A. T.). 11. Bazarov kept himself away from these “squabbles,” Arkady, on the contrary, considered it his duty, if not to help his father, then at least to show that he was ready to help (T.). 12. In general, this work seems quite modern. 13. The child did not understand anything in the new game. 14. I did not want to come here at all. 15. I’m likely to get into the Crimea soon, not pulling (Ch.). 16. This is likely. 17. It seems to me that the novel is not his business ... (V. Bel.). 18. He seems very upset.

    Gladysheva Maria wrote (a):

    1. He dismissively dismissed. “Can you think cancer?” (interjection, highlighted by a comma) (D. G.). 2. You will think and tell everything as it was. ("Think" acts as a predicate - does not stand out)
    3. Notice, by the way: all poets of love are dreamy friends (P.). (“By the way” is an introductory word, highlighted with commas)
    4. Usually such guests were not particularly happy, but now a living person was very welcome (Cor.). (“By the way” is not highlighted with commas, you can replace “fell into place”)
    5. Here, it seemed to the guy happiness, to begin the calculation of the direct ... (Tv). (The "opening word" seemed to be highlighted with commas)
    6. Everything seemed familiar to him for a long time. (“Seemed” acts as a predicate, does not stand out)
    7. It was sad for them, but it never happened (P.). ("Happened" - the predicate, is not highlighted by commas)
    8. He, Ivan Ivanovich, happened, first of all, to go into the stable (G.). (“Happened” - an introductory word, a comma is put)
    9. Here, on the contrary, ceaselessly new picturesque places and objects stop and entertain my attention (L. T.). (here, “opposite”, the introductory word is “vice versa”, separated by commas)
    10. He sat opposite Dasha and could not take his eyes off her pretty face (A. T.). ("Opposite" is not marked with commas - this is an adverb)
    11. Bazarov kept himself away from these “squabbles,” Arkady, on the contrary, rested his duty, if not to help his father, then at least to show that he was ready to help (T.). (“Opposite” is the introductory word in this case, separated by commas)
    12. In general, this work seems quite modern. ("In general" is the introductory word, highlighted with commas)
    13. The child did not understand anything in the new game. ("General" = not at all, not separated by commas)
    14. I did not want to come here at all. ("General" = not at all, not separated by commas)
    15. I’m likely to get into the Crimea soon, not pulling (Ch.). (“Probably” is an introductory word, separated by commas)
    16. This is likely. (“Probably” is a member of a sentence; no commas are set)
    17. It seems to me that the novel is not his business ... (V. Bel.). (“It seems” - the predicate, the comma is put only because the compound sentence)
    18. He seems very upset. ("Seems" an introductory word here, put commas)

    Egor wrote (a):

    1. He dismissively dismissed. “Can you think cancer?” (Introductory word “think”) 2. You will think and tell everything how it was. (“Think” - the predicate) 3. Note, by the way: all poets are loves of dreamy friends. (“By the way” is an introductory word) 4. Usually these guests were not particularly happy, but now a living person was very welcome. (“By the way” is an adverb) 5. Here, it seemed to the guy, happiness, to proceed with the calculation of the line ... (Tv). (“It seemed” was an import word) 6. Everything seemed to him familiar for a long time. (“It seemed” - the predicate) 7. It was sad for them, but it never happened. (“It happened” - the predicate) 8. He Ivan Ivanovich, it happened, first of all he will go into the stable. (“It used to be” is an introductory word) 9. Here, on the contrary, ceaselessly new picturesque places and objects stop and entertain my attention. (“Opposite” is an introductory word) 10. He sat opposite Dasha and could not take his eyes off her pretty face. (“On the contrary” - an excuse) 11. Bazarov kept himself away from these “squabbles,” Arkady, on the contrary, considered it his duty, if not to help his father, then at least to show that he was ready to help. (“On the contrary” - an adverb) 12. In general, this work seems quite modern. (“Generally” is an introductory word) 13. The child did not understand anything at all in the new game. (“Generally” is an adverb) 14. I did not want to come here at all. (This is also an adverb) 15. In Crimea, I’m likely to get there soon, I don’t pull. (“Probably” is an introductory word) 16. This is likely. (“Probably” - a short adjective) 17. It seems to me that the novel is not his business ... (“It seems” is the verb) 18. He seems to be completely upset. (“It seems” is an introductory word)

    Nastya Polezhaeva wrote (a):

    1. He dismissively dismissed. - (cc. design.) Think cancer! (D. G.). 2. You (verb) will think and tell everything as it was. 3. Notice (cc. Word) by the way: all poets of love are dreamy friends (P.). 4. Usually such guests were not particularly happy, but now a living person was very (adverbial) by the way (Cor.). 5. Here, (cc. Word) it seemed to the guy happiness that the calculation of the straight line was coming ... (Tv). 6. Everything (the verb) seemed familiar to him for a long time. 7. (verb) It was sad for them, but not boring (verb) happened (P.). 8. He is Ivan Ivanovich, (cc. Word) happened, first of all he will go into the stable (G.). 9. Here, (cc. Word) on the contrary, constantly new picturesque places and objects stop and entertain my attention (L. T.). 10. He sat (dialect) opposite Dasha and could not take his eyes off her pretty face (A. T.). 11. Bazarov kept himself away from these “squabbles,” Arkady, (cc. Word), on the contrary, considered it his duty, if not to help his father, then at least to show that he was ready to help (T.). 12. (cc. Word) Generally, this work seems quite modern. 13. The child (adverb) did not understand anything at all in the new game. 14. I (adverb) did not want to come here at all. 15. In Crimea, (cc. Word) I’m likely to get there soon, not pulling (Ch.). 16. This is quite likely (cr. Adj.). 17. It seems to me (verb) that the novel is not his business ... (V. Bel.). 18. He, (cc. Word) seems to be completely upset.

    Pinskaya Nika wrote (a):

    1. He dismissively dismissed. “Can you think cancer?” (D. G.). (think it is highlighted with commas, as this is an introductory word)
    2. You will think and tell everything as it was. (You’ll think it’s not distinguished by commas, since it is a verb that plays the role of a predicate)
    3. Notice, by the way: all poets of love are dreamy friends (P.). (highlighted by commas, by the way, as this is an introductory word)
    4. Usually such guests were not particularly happy, but now a living person was very welcome (Cor.). (by the way, it does not stand out with commas, since it is an adverb that plays the role of the nominal part of the predicate)
    5. Here, it seemed to the guy happiness, to begin the calculation of the line ... (Tv). (seemed to be highlighted with commas, as this is an introductory word)
    6. Everything seemed familiar to him for a long time. (It did not seem to stand out with commas, since it is a verb that plays the role of a predicate)
    7. It was sad for them, but it never happened (P.). (sometimes it is not highlighted by commas, since it is a verb that plays the role of a predicate)
    8. He Ivan Ivanovich, used to, first of all, will go to the stable (G.). (used to be highlighted with commas, as this is an introductory word)
    9. Here, on the contrary, ceaselessly new picturesque places and objects stop and entertain my attention (L. T.). (opposite with commas, as this is an introductory word)
    10. He sat opposite Dasha and could not take his eyes off her pretty face (A. T.). (on the contrary, it is not highlighted by commas, since it is an adverb that plays the role of the circumstances of the place)
    11. Bazarov kept himself away from these “squabbles,” Arkady, on the contrary, considered it his duty, if not to help his father, then at least to show that he was ready to help (T.). (on the contrary, it is highlighted with commas, since this is an introductory word (vice versa))
    12. In general, this work seems quite modern. (it is highlighted with commas in general, as this is an introductory word)
    13. The child did not understand anything in the new game. (it is not distinguished by commas at all, since it is an adverb that plays the role of circumstance degree (at all))
    14. I did not want to come here at all. (it is not distinguished by commas at all, since it is an adverb that plays the role of circumstance degree (at all))
    15. I’m likely to get into the Crimea soon, not pulling (Ch.). (probably highlighted with commas, as this is an introductory word)
    16. This is likely. (probably does not stand out, as it is a short adjective that acts as a predicate)
    17. It seems to me that the novel is not his business ... (V. Bel.). (It seems not to stand out, as it is a verb that plays the role of a predicate)
    18. He seems very upset. (seems to be highlighted with commas, as this is an introductory word)

    Smoke wrote (a):

    1. He dismissively dismissed. “Can you think cancer?” (interjection) (D. G.).
    2. You will think and tell everything as it was. ("Think" is the predicate. We do not stand out)
    3. Note, by the way: all poets of love are dreamy friends (P.). (introductory word)
    4. Usually such guests were not particularly happy, but now a living person was very welcome (Cor.). (can be replaced, therefore not set)
    5. Here, it seemed to the guy happiness, to begin the calculation of the direct ... (Tv). (introductory word)
    6. Everything seemed familiar to him for a long time. (“Seemed” predicate, does not stand out)
    7. It was sad for them, but it never happened (P.). ("Happened" - the predicate, is not highlighted by commas)
    8. He, Ivan Ivanovich, happened, first of all, to go into the stable (G.). (introductory word)
    9. Here, on the contrary, ceaselessly new picturesque places and objects stop and entertain my attention (L. T.). (introductory word)
    10. He sat opposite Dasha and could not take his eyes off her pretty face (A. T.). (“Opposite” is an adverb. It does not stand out)
    11. Bazarov kept himself away from these “squabbles,” Arkady, on the contrary, rested his duty, if not to help his father, then at least to show that he was ready to help (T.). (introductory word)
    12. In general, this work seems quite modern. (“General” is an introductory word)
    13. The child did not understand anything in the new game. (in general = absolutely, therefore it is not highlighted by commas)
    14. I did not want to come here at all.(in general = absolutely, therefore it is not highlighted by commas)
    15. I’m likely to get into the Crimea soon, not pulling (Ch.). (introductory word)
    16. This is likely. ("Probably" - a predicate, not commas)
    17. It seems to me that the novel is not his business ... (V. Bel.). (“It seems” is a predicate. A comma before the subordinate union is “what”).
    18. He seems very upset. (introductory word)

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