For those men at a loss for words when trying to speak Russian to a beautiful lovely lady from Ukraine, we offer the following support guide. Any marriage-minded man with thoughts of making his loving woman a bride will find this invaluable and a must to know.
0 Zero - nol 1 One - adin 2 Two - dva 3 Three - tri 4 Four - chityri 5 Five - pyat 6 Six - shest 7 Seven - sem 8 Eight - vosim 9 Nine - devit 10 Ten - desit
My joy - Radost' moya A bit tired - Nemnogo ustal I am busy - Ya zanyat I'll help you - Ya pomogoo tebe I'm here - Ya zdes Because - patamooshta Cool - Klass Family - semya Fine - kharasho I forgot - ya zabyl It is good - eta kharasho Lunch - obed
small - malinkiy big - bolshoy wife - zhena husband - muzh mother - mama father - otets brother - brat sister - sistra son - syn daughter - doch When - kogda Why - pochemu
Sunday - voskresenye Monday - panyedelnik Tuesday - vtornik Wednesday - sreda Thursday - chetvyerg Friday - pyatnetsa Saturday - subota
May I? - Mozhna? Now - seychas One minute! - Minutku! That's all - vsyoh Wait - pa dozh dee Word - slova red - krasniy yellow - zholtiy
I - ya You (informal) - ty You (formal/plural) - vy She/It (f) - ona He - on We - my It (n) - ono They - oni
January - yanvar February - feevral March - mart April - aprel May - mai June - eeyoon July - eeyul August - avgust September - seentyabr October - aktyabr November - nayabr December - deekabr
white - beliy black - chorniy green - zelioniy blue - siniy water - vada bred - khleb cheese - syr butter - maslo meat - miaso juice - sok plate - tarelka cup - chashka glass - stakan
fast - bystriy important - vazhniy cheap - deshoviy expensive - dorogoy hot - zharkiy interesting - interesniy beautiful - krasivyi slow - medliniy new - noviy sad - pechalniy bad - plokhoy pleasant - priyatbiy simple - prostoy
one o'clock - chas two o'clock - dva chasa three o'clock - tree chasa four o'clock - chetier chasa five o'clock - pyats chasov six o'clock - shyest chasov seven o'clock - syem chasov eight o'clock - vosyem chasov nine o'clock - dyevyat chasov ten o'clock - desyat chasov eleven o'clock - adinadsats chasov twelve o'clock - dvyenadsats chasov morning - utra afternoon - dyen evening - vecher night - noch
fork - vilka spoon - loshka knife - nozh tea - chai coffee - kofe 20 Twenty - dvatsat 30 Thirty - tridtsat 40 Forty - sorok 50 Fifty - piatdesiat 60 Sixsty - shestdesiat 70 Seventy - semdesiat 80 Eighty - vosemdesiat 90 Ninty - dvianosto 100 Hundred - sto 200 - dvesti 300 - trista
boring - skuchniy strong - silniy old - stariy happy - schastliviy difficult - trudniy comfortable - udobniy cold - kholodniy good / nice - khoroshiy clean - chistiy 400 - chetyresta 500 - piatsot 600 - shestsot 700 - semsot 800 - vosemsot 900 - deviatsot 1000 - tysachia
The Russian alphabet is known as the Cyrillic alphabet. There are 33 letters in the Russian alphabet. 11 Vowels, 20 consonants and 2 pronunciation signs. What is great thing about Russian language is that almost all words can be sounded out as they are written. Unlike English where the pronunciation of a word may not be clear from it's written form. Russian also has one letter to one sound, unlike English where two letter often make one sound.
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