On this page you will learn how to say Have a good trip in Russian

Have a good trip – Хорошей поездки!

Have a good trip in Russian

 

 

 

Хорошей поездки! [kha-RO-shey pa-YEST-ki]
Приятной поездки! [pri-YAT-nay pa-YEST-ki]

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Хорошей поездки! [kha-RO-shey pa-YEST-ki] = Have a good trip!
Приятной поездки! [pri-YAT-nay pa-YEST-ki] = Have a nice trip!

Хорошей [kha-RO-shey] = good – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Genitive Case
Приятной [pri-YAT-nay] = nice – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Genitive Case
поездки [pa-YEST-ki] = trip – noun, Feminine, Singular, Genitive Case

Хорошая [kha-RO-shaya] = good – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case
Приятная [pri-YAT-naya] = nice – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case
поездка [pa-YEST-kа] = trip – noun, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

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Have a good trip in Russian
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Хорошей поездки! [kha-RO-shey pa-YEST-ki]
Приятной поездки! [pri-YAT-nay pa-YEST-ki]

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About the word

Хорошей поездки! [kha-RO-shey pa-YEST-ki] = Have a good trip!
Приятной поездки! [pri-YAT-nay pa-YEST-ki] = Have a nice trip!

Хорошей [kha-RO-shey] = good – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Genitive Case
Приятной [pri-YAT-nay] = nice – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Genitive Case
поездки [pa-YEST-ki] = trip – noun, Feminine, Singular, Genitive Case

Хорошая [kha-RO-shaya] = good – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case
Приятная [pri-YAT-naya] = nice – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case
поездка [pa-YEST-kа] = trip – noun, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

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