Important Vocabulary in Russia


It is important to know certain Russian terms for a comfortable and easy communication in a foreign land

Common Phrases in Russia

  • Hello! (polite and official way to say hello. Literally: "Be healthy") - zdras-tvooy-tyeh
  • Hi! (this is an informal way to say hello in Russian) - pree-vyet
  • Good-bye! (formal) - dah svee-dah-nee-yah
  • Bye-bye - (informal) - pah-kah


Week Days

    • Monday - pah-nee-dyehl'-neek
    • Tuesday - vtohr-neek
    • Wednesday - sree-dah
    • Thursday - cheet-vyehrk
    • Friday - pyaht-nee-tsah
    • Saturday - soo-boh-tah
    • Sunday - vahs-kree-syen'-yeh
    • Day - dyehn'
    • Week - nee-dyeh-lyah
    • Month - myeh-syahts
    • Year - goht
    • Today - see-vod-nyah
    • Tomorrow - zahf-trah
    • Yesterday - fchee-rahWhat day is it today? kah-koy see-vohd-nyah dyehn'

    Months

      • January - yahn-vahr'
      • February - fyev-rahl'
      • March - mart
      • April[ah - pryehl'
      • May - mahy
      • June - ee-yoon'
      • July - ee-yool'
      • August - ahv-goost
      • September - seen-tyahbr'
      • October - ahk-tyahbr'
      • November - nah-yahbr'
      • December  dee-kahbr'

      Season

      • Spring - [vee-snah]
      • Summer - [lyeh-toh]
      • Autumn (fall) - [oh-seen']
      • Winter - [zee-mah]

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