Basic Russian

Russian Dialogues

The dialogue # 1: First meeting   Informal Language: Саша:  Привет! Как тебя зовут? Анна:  Привет! Меня зовут Анна. А тебя? Саша:  Меня зовут Саша. Очень приятно познакомиться. У тебя красивое имя. Анна:  Спасибо. Мне тоже приятно познакомиться. Как у тебя дела? Саша:  У меня всё хорошо. А как у тебя дела? Анна:  Не плохо. …

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Gender in Russian Language

Important to know about Gender in Russian language! Each noun in Russian language is assigned a gender. As in many other languages, Russian has three genders: masculine feminine neuter/neutral In the case of objects like “table”, “dinner”, “car” etc., there is no physical meaning attached to the gender and you need to know what gender …

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Russian Alphabet

There are 33 letters in the Russian Alphabet: 10 vowels, 21 consonants, and 2 signs (Ь, Ъ). Russian is widely spoken language in Europe and with 260 million speakers in Russia and other 30 other countries. Cyrillic alphabet looks similar to the following languages: Slavic languages: Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Rusyn, Serbo–Croatian (for Standard …

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