On this page you will learn how to say good afternoon in Russian language
Good afternoon – Добрый день
- In English letters
Добрый день [DOB-ryi DEN’]
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- About the word
Добрый день [DOB-ryi DEN’] = Good afternoon
Добрый [DOB-ryi] = good (Literally: kind) – adjective, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case
день [DEN’] = day – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case
You may also want to know how Russians say you. Find out also how to say hello how are youor I’m sorry in Russian.
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