On this page you will learn how to say are you ready in Russian

Are you ready? – Ты готов?

Are you ready in Russian

 

 

 

Ты готов? [TY ga-TOV]
Ты готова? [TY ga-TO-va]

Вы готовы? [VY ga-TO-vy]

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Ты готов? [TY ga-TOV] = Are you ready? (Masculine, informal)
Ты готова? [TY ga-TO-va] = Are you ready? (Feminine, informal)

Вы готовы? [VY ga-TO-vy] = Are you ready? (formal / plural)

Ты = you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person Singular, Nominative Case
вы = you (formal/plural) – personal pronoun, 2nd person Plural, Nominative Case

готов [ga-TOV] = ready (Masculine) – short adjective
готова [ga-TO-va] = ready (Feminine) – short adjective
готовы [ga-TO-vy] = ready (Plural) – short adjective

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Are you ready in Russian
Pronunciation
In English letters

 

 

 

Ты готов? [TY ga-TOV]
Ты готова? [TY ga-TO-va]

Вы готовы? [VY ga-TO-vy]

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About the word

Ты готов? [TY ga-TOV] = Are you ready? (Masculine, informal)
Ты готова? [TY ga-TO-va] = Are you ready? (Feminine, informal)

Вы готовы? [VY ga-TO-vy] = Are you ready? (formal / plural)

Ты = you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person Singular, Nominative Case
вы = you (formal/plural) – personal pronoun, 2nd person Plural, Nominative Case

готов [ga-TOV] = ready (Masculine) – short adjective
готова [ga-TO-va] = ready (Feminine) – short adjective
готовы [ga-TO-vy] = ready (Plural) – short adjective

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