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Hello comrade! – Здравствуйте, товарищ!

hello comrade in Russian

 

 

 

Здравствуй, товарищ! [ZDRAST-vui to-VA-rishch]

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Здравствуйте, товарищ! [ZDRAST-vui-te to-VA-rishch] = Hello, comrade! (formal)
Здравствуй, товарищ! [ZDRAST-vui to-VA-rishch] = Hello, comrade! (informal)
Здравствуйте [ZDRAST-vui-te] = hello (formal)
Здравствуй [ZDRAST-vui] = hello (informal)
товарищ [to-VA-rishch] = comrade – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

Здравствуйте, товарищи! [ZDRAST-vui-te to-VA-ri-shchi] = Hello, comrades! (addressing a group of people)
Здравствуйте [ZDRAST-vui-te] = hello (formal)
товарищи [to-VA-ri-shchi] = comrades – noun, Masculine, Plural, Nominative Case

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Здравствуй, товарищ! [ZDRAST-vui to-VA-rishch]

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Здравствуйте, товарищ! [ZDRAST-vui-te to-VA-rishch] = Hello, comrade! (formal)
Здравствуй, товарищ! [ZDRAST-vui to-VA-rishch] = Hello, comrade! (informal)
Здравствуйте [ZDRAST-vui-te] = hello (formal)
Здравствуй [ZDRAST-vui] = hello (informal)
товарищ [to-VA-rishch] = comrade – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

Здравствуйте, товарищи! [ZDRAST-vui-te to-VA-ri-shchi] = Hello, comrades! (addressing a group of people)
Здравствуйте [ZDRAST-vui-te] = hello (formal)
товарищи [to-VA-ri-shchi] = comrades – noun, Masculine, Plural, Nominative Case

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