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Have a good weekend – Хороших выходных

have a good weekend in Russian

 

 

 

Хороших выходных [ho-RO-shiKh vy-hod-NYKH]

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Хороших выходных [ho-RO-shiKh vy-hod-NYKH] = have a good weekend
Хороших [ho-RO-shiKh] = good – adjective, Plural, Genitive Case
выходных [vy-hod-NYKH] = weekend – noun (has the grammatical form of an adjective), Plural, Genitive Case

Хорошие выходные [ho-RO-shi-ye vy-hod-NY-ye] = good weekend
Хорошие [ho-RO-shi-ye] = good – adjective, Plural, Nominative Case
выходные [vy-hod-NY-ye] = weekend – noun (has the grammatical form of an adjective), Plural, Nominative Case

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Хороших выходных [ho-RO-shiKh vy-hod-NYKH]

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Хороших выходных [ho-RO-shiKh vy-hod-NYKH] = have a good weekend
Хороших [ho-RO-shiKh] = good – adjective, Plural, Genitive Case
выходных [vy-hod-NYKH] = weekend – noun (has the grammatical form of an adjective), Plural, Genitive Case

Хорошие выходные [ho-RO-shi-ye vy-hod-NY-ye] = good weekend
Хорошие [ho-RO-shi-ye] = good – adjective, Plural, Nominative Case
выходные [vy-hod-NY-ye] = weekend – noun (has the grammatical form of an adjective), Plural, Nominative Case

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