What is the difference between "Do you want something to drink" in English and in Russian?
there is no word do in Russian so "do you" would just be "you" and if you were talking to someone older or a stranger, you would call them "Vi" and if it was your friend or someone your age or younger you would say "Ti". So, in conclusion either, "Vi hoteetee shoto papeet?" or "Ti hocheesh shoot papeet"
Here is a pattern. How many eighth notes are in this pattern: dotted half note, eighth note, sixteenth note, sixteenth note, half note, dotted quarter note, thirty-second note, thirty-second note, thirty-second note, thirty-second note.
When you first get a script, how do you start building your character?
You should be the person that knows everything about this character. Everything leading up to this moment in the script is happening because let's say the character, Shelby's mom didn't want her to go out of state for college, because she had a goldfish named Mr. Goldman when she was in kindergarten, because she and her best friend had a fight in 7th grade and then made up, because she doesn't like Mac and cheese but loves to eat clams. It's all about knowing everything about your character. When it comes to comedy, timing is EVERYTHING, your timing is off the whole point of the line is demolished. In a drama, it's all about pulling out the exaggerated emotions but keeping them on the down low to make it look very real.