greetings in russian

Доброе утро — Good morning

Добро пожаловать — Welcome

Добрый день — Good afternoon.

Рад познакомиться с вами — I’m pleased to meet you.

Пожалуйста (Pozalujsta) — Please

Большое спасибо (Bol’šoe spasibo) — Thank you (informal)
Благодарю вас (Blagodarju vas) – Thank you (formal)

Прошу прощения — I’m sorry.

До свидания orr Доброй ночи (Dobroj noči) — Good-bye.

Привет (Privet)– Hello.

Да (Da) — Yes

Нет (Njet) — No

Я не знаю (Ja ne znaju) — I don’t know/I’m not sure

Я понимаю (Ja ponimaju) — I understand/I get it

Я Не понимаю (Ja ne ponimaju) — I don’t understand

Вы говорите по-английски? (Vy govorite po-anglijski?) — Do you speak English?

Kak skazat’ … po-russki? — How do you say XX in Russian?

Я вас люблю (Ja vas ljublju) — I love you


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