- 1 Is there a word for please in Russian?
- 2 What does Pazhalsta mean in Russian?
- 3 How do you pronounce пожалуйста?
- 4 What is Privyet in Russian?
- 5 How do you apologize in Russian?
- 6 What does Paka Paka mean in Russian?
- 7 What does Baka mean in Russian?
- 8 How do you reply to spasibo?
- 9 What does Pajalusta mean?
- 10 What is your name in Russian?
- 11 How do you express need in Russian?
- 12 Do you need help Russian?
Is there a word for please in Russian?
The best and most popular way to say please in Russian is, which literally translates as “have mercy, Sir” or “grant/give, Sir”.
What does Pazhalsta mean in Russian?
Please – Pazhalsta. Thank you (very much) – Spaseeba (balshoye)
How do you pronounce пожалуйста?
- (normal) IPA: [pɐˈʐaɫʊstə] (phonetic respelling: ́) Audio.
- (casual, fast speech) IPA: [pɐˈʐaɫ(ə)stə] (phonetic respelling: ́()) Audio.
- (uncommon) IPA: [pɐˈʐaɫʊjstə] Audio. (file)
What is Privyet in Russian?
The informal way of saying “hello” in Russian is privyet! (pree-vyet) It’s similar to the English “hi,” and you should be on pretty familiar terms with a person before you use this greeting.
How do you apologize in Russian?
How To Say Sorry In Russian
- . — I’m sorry.. — I’m so sorry.
- More often than not, you’ll hear some form of this word, which in its noun form translates to “apology”:
- (formal) (informal)
What does Paka Paka mean in Russian?
Paka in Russian means bye. In Cyrillic it’s written ́. Sometimes Russians say paka paka!. It is the same as bye bye!.
What does Baka mean in Russian?
in Russian language: « » baka: It’s a baka.
How do you reply to spasibo?
The Most Common Reply A universal answer to “Spasibo” is “! ” (Pozhaluysta!). This word has four syllables when written, but as the stress falls on the second one, the remaining two lose their full vowels in speech: Po-zhA-lsta!
What does Pajalusta mean?
you’re welcome. Last Update: 2014-11-12.
What is your name in Russian?
Context sentences What’s your name?? (Kak Vas zovut?) what is your name??
How do you express need in Russian?
á = necessity, need. á = it’s necessary (old-fashioned) ́ = it’s necessary, (one) must, need to, want, have to. ́ = it’s necessary, (one) must, need to, want, have to (formal version)
Do you need help Russian?
Say it in Russian: I need help. ́. ́ ́.