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I hope you are well – Надеюсь, у тебя всё хорошо

I hope you are well in Russian

 

 

 

Надеюсь, у вас всё хорошо [na-DYE-yus’ oo VAS VSYO ha-ra-SHO]

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Надеюсь, у тебя всё хорошо [na-DYE-yus’ oo te-BYA VSYO ha-ra-SHO] = I hope you are well (literally: I hope everything is good with you) – informal

Надеюсь [na-DYE-yus’] = (I) hope – verb, 1st person singular, Present
у тебя [oo te-BYA] = (literally) by you, with you
у – preposition (used with Genitive Case)
тебя = you (informal) – pronoun, 2nd person singular, Genitive Case
всё [VSYO] = everything – defining pronoun
хорошо [ha-ra-SHO] = well – adverb

Надеюсь, у вас всё хорошо [na-DYE-yus’ oo VAS VSYO ha-ra-SHO] = I hope you are well (literally: I hope everything is good with you) – formal

Надеюсь [na-DYE-yus’] = (I) hope – verb, 1st person singular, Present
у вас [oo VAS] = (literally) by you, with you
у – preposition (used with Genitive Case)
вас = you (formal) – pronoun, 2nd person plural, Genitive Case
всё [VSYO] = everything – defining pronoun
хорошо [ha-ra-SHO] = well – adverb

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I hope you are well in Russian
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Надеюсь, у вас всё хорошо [na-DYE-yus’ oo VAS VSYO ha-ra-SHO]

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Надеюсь, у тебя всё хорошо [na-DYE-yus’ oo te-BYA VSYO ha-ra-SHO] = I hope you are well (literally: I hope everything is good with you) – informal

Надеюсь [na-DYE-yus’] = (I) hope – verb, 1st person singular, Present
у тебя [oo te-BYA] = (literally) by you, with you
у – preposition (used with Genitive Case)
тебя = you (informal) – pronoun, 2nd person singular, Genitive Case
всё [VSYO] = everything – defining pronoun
хорошо [ha-ra-SHO] = well – adverb

Надеюсь, у вас всё хорошо [na-DYE-yus’ oo VAS VSYO ha-ra-SHO] = I hope you are well (literally: I hope everything is good with you) – formal

Надеюсь [na-DYE-yus’] = (I) hope – verb, 1st person singular, Present
у вас [oo VAS] = (literally) by you, with you
у – preposition (used with Genitive Case)
вас = you (formal) – pronoun, 2nd person plural, Genitive Case
всё [VSYO] = everything – defining pronoun
хорошо [ha-ra-SHO] = well – adverb

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