Russian greetings

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Good morning!
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Доброе утро!
Good afternoon!
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Добрый день!
Good evening!
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Добрый вечер!
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Добро пожаловать (в...)!
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До свидания!
Good night!
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Спокойной ночи!
See you later!
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До встречи! / Пока!
How are you?
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Как дела?
See you tomorrow!
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До завтра!
Good luck!
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Happy New Year!
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С Новым Годом!
Merry Christmas!
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С Рождеством!
Happy Easter!
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С праздником Пасхи!
Happy birthday!
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С днём рождения!

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  • 1. It is in the top most spoken languages in the world. Over 150 million people have it as their native language.
  • 2. From the half of million Russian words, natives use only about 2000-2500 frequently.
  • 3. In Russian, you can order the words in a sentence however you want. Nost of the times it doesn't change the meaning.
  • 4. Some of the best masterpieces of literature were written in Russian: Anna Karenina and War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy, The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov and many more.
  • 5. It is one of the 6 official languages of the United Nations.
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Greetings in Russian

Just like in any other languages, learning Russian should start with the basic Russian vocabulary, in this case - the greetings in Russian. Knowing how is hello in Russian or hi in Russian, or how to say goodbye in Russian is very important. The greetings in Russian will assure you speak politely. If you will know the greetings in Russian, you will know how to start and end a conversation and will be able to talk to a Russian friend or just say hi in Russian to any person. The greetings in Russian are almost mot-à-mot as those in English. Still, some of the greetings in Russian mean other things. For example, "до встречи" is literally translated as "'till the meeting", while "здравствуйте" comes from the word "здоровье" and is a wish of health. Some other greetings in Russian that you will learn with this Russian lesson are доброе утро, добрый вечер, добро пожаловать and many more. All of these greetings in Russian include the word "добро", which means "well, kind". People use these greetings in Russian to wish the person well. This lesson of greetings in Russian will teach you some extra phrases, for example how are you in Russian.

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