Part 7: Meeting people and getting with someone - Russian language online tutorial and phrasebook

Author: Dimitry Paranyushkin (on 01 Feb 2015)
There might be a situation where you meet somebody in Russia and you like them so much that you absolutely need to communicate that. However, there's about a 85% chance that they won't speak any English... So in this case you'll need to use some Russian to let them know how you feel. Whether you want to charm somebody or get them to spend a night with you, the phrases below will help you reach your goal. One trick you can use is to just print this page out and show them the phrase, so you don't need to say it if you are too shy...
 

 

How to Meet a Stranger in Russia (and get with them)

english russian pronounced hear it!
      win media quicktime
can we get acquainted     mozhno s vami pozna'komitsya listen listen
what is your name (polite)  как вас зовут? kak vas zovut listen listen
what is your name (to friends, casual)   kak tebya zovut listen listen
how old are you  сколько вам лет? skolko vam let listen listen
you are pretty (to a woman)  ты красииивая ty krasivaya listen listen
you are pretty (to a man)  ты красивый ty krasivy listen listen
i like you ты мне нравишься ty mne nravishsya listen listen
let's go to cinema  пойдем в кино poi'dem v kino listen listen
let's go to a club  пойдем в клуб poi'dem v klub listen listen
let's go to my place поехали ко мне po'ehali ko mne    
stay with me overnight останься у меня ostan'sya u menya    
call me (by phone) pozvo'ni mne listen listen
i love you      ya tebya lyublyu listen listen
you are wonderful! вы прекрасны! vy prek'rasny    
you smell so good от тебя так хорошо пахнет ot te'bya tak khoro'sho 'pahnet    
i want you я хочу тебя ya 'khochu tebya    

 
 

People in Russian

english

russian

pronounced

hear it!

 

 

 

win media

quicktime

who

   

kto

listen

listen

I

    

ya

listen

listen

you (many)

 

vy

listen

listen

you (formal)

 

vy

 

 

he

 

on

listen

listen

she

 

ona

listen

listen

it

 

ono

listen

listen

they

 

oni

listen

listen

we

 

my

listen

listen

a man

 

muzhchina

listen

listen

a woman

 

zhenshchina

listen

listen

young man

 

molodoi chelovek

listen

listen

young woman / girl

 

devushka

listen

listen

Russian language phrasebook

 
 




 

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