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Apartment's objects.

Komnata - room
Stol - table
Stool - chair
Kravat' - bed
Shkaf - wardrobe
Kreslo - armchair
Divan - couch
Mebel' - furniture
Televizor - LCD TV
Lampa - lamp
Kamod - chest of drawers
Tumbachka - bedside table


Sample phrases:
Ya sizhu na stule - I sit on a chair.
Ya lezhu na kravati - I lay on a bed.
Ya smotryu televizor - I see a LCD TV

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Numbers in russian

0 - nol'
1 - adin
2 - dva
3 - tree
4 - chetyre
5 - pyat'
6 - shest'
7 - sem'
8 - vosem'
9 - devyat'
10- desyat'

11 - adinadtsat'
12 - dvenadtsat'
13 - treenadtsat'
...
20 - dvadtsat'
21 - dvadtsat'adin
22 - dvadtsat' dva
...
30 - tridtsat'
31 - tridtsat' adin
32 - tridtsat' dva
....
40 - sorak
50 - peedisyat
60 - shest'desyat
70 - semdesyat
80 - vosemdesyat
90 - divinosta
100- sto
...
168 - sto shest'desyat vosem'
...
1000 - tysyacha
2000 - dve tysyachi
3000 - tri tysyachi
10 000 - desyat' tysyach
1 000 000 - milion

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Simple phrase.

Я хочу - ya hachU -I want
Я могу - ya magU - I can
Мне нужно - mne nUzhno - I need

Здравствуйте - zdrAstvujte - Hello!
Превед! - prevEd - Hi!
Спасибо - SpasIbo -Thanks
Пожалуйста - pozhAlujsta - Please
Извините - izvinIte - excuse me!
Кагдила? - kag dilA? - How are you?
Как Вас зовут? - kak vas zavut? - What is you name?
Который час? - kotoryj chas? - What is the time?

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Pronouns

RussianTranscriptionEnglish
яyaI
ТыtyYou
ВыvyYou to unfamiliar man*
ОнonHe
ОнаonaShe
МыmyWe
ВыvyYou (plural masc.)
ОниoniThey



Sample: The verb: Go.

RussianTranscriptionEnglish
Я иду.ya iduI go.
Ты идёшь.ty idyoshYou go.
Вы идёте.vy idyoteYou go.
Он идёт.on idyotHe go.
Она идёт.ona(ana) idyotShe go.
Мы идём.my idyomWe go.
Вы идёте.vy idyoteYou (plural masc.) go.
Они идут.oni(ani) idutThey go.

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The Russian Alphabet

Russian letter

Transliteration

Vowel

А а

a

V

Б б

b

В в

v

Г г

g

Д д

d

Е е

e

V

Ё ё

yo

V

Ж ж

zh

З з

z

И и

i

V

Й й

j or y

К к

k

Л л

l

М м

m

Н н

n

О о

o

V

П п

p

Р р

r

С с

s

Т т

t

У у

u

V

Ф ф

f

Х х

h

Ц ц

ts

Ч ч

ch

Ш ш

sh

Щ щ

sch

Ъ ъ

'

Ы ы

y

V

Ь ь

'

Э э

e

V

Ю ю

yu

V

Я я

ya

V



*If you don't see russian letters and see '?' go Menu,
click on View->Encoding->Cyrillic(Windows) or More->Cirillic(Windows).


The russian alphabet include 33 letters: 21 consonants, 10 vowels, and two letters without sound.

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Hello, world.

Why Russian?
The reasons a little:
1. Russia is the country which enters in leaders in economic.
2. Many Russians do not speak in other languages, and it is a barrier to successful contact.
3. Many inhabitants of the East Europe speak Russian.
4. Russian sites enter in first ten world sites.
5. Who does not wish to read through Dostoevsky and Tolstoy in the original? For all it I open the free-of-charge resource.

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