On this page you will learn how to say how are you feeling in Russian

How are you feeling? – Как ты себя чувствуешь?

How are you feeling in Russian

 

Как ты себя чувствуешь? [KAK TY se-BYA CHOO-stvoo-yesh]
Как вы себя чувствуете? [KAK TY se-BYA CHOO-stvoo-yete]

Как ты сегодня? [KAK TY se-VO-dnya]
Как вы сегодня? [KAK VY se-VO-dnya]

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Как ты себя чувствуешь? [KAK TY se-BYA CHOO-stvoo-yesh] = How are you feeling? (informal)
Как вы себя чувствуете? [KAK TY se-BYA CHOO-stvoo-yete] = How are you feeling? (formal)

Как = How
ты = you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person Singular, Nominative Case
вы = you (formal/plural) – personal pronoun, 2nd person Plural, Nominative Case
себя [se-BYA] = (your)self – reflexive pronoun, Accusative Case
чувствуешь [CHOO-stvoo-yesh] = (you-informal) feel – verb, 2nd person Singular, Present Tense
чувствуете [CHOO-stvoo-yete] = (you-formal) feel – verb, 2nd person Plural, Present Tense

Как ты сегодня? [KAK TY se-VO-dnya] = How are you today? (How are you feeling today?) – informal
Как вы сегодня? [KAK VY se-VO-dnya] = How are you today? (How are you feeling today?) – formal

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How are you feeling in Russian
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In English letters

 

Как ты себя чувствуешь? [KAK TY se-BYA CHOO-stvoo-yesh]
Как вы себя чувствуете? [KAK TY se-BYA CHOO-stvoo-yete]

Как ты сегодня? [KAK TY se-VO-dnya]
Как вы сегодня? [KAK VY se-VO-dnya]

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About the word

Как ты себя чувствуешь? [KAK TY se-BYA CHOO-stvoo-yesh] = How are you feeling? (informal)
Как вы себя чувствуете? [KAK TY se-BYA CHOO-stvoo-yete] = How are you feeling? (formal)

Как = How
ты = you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person Singular, Nominative Case
вы = you (formal/plural) – personal pronoun, 2nd person Plural, Nominative Case
себя [se-BYA] = (your)self – reflexive pronoun, Accusative Case
чувствуешь [CHOO-stvoo-yesh] = (you-informal) feel – verb, 2nd person Singular, Present Tense
чувствуете [CHOO-stvoo-yete] = (you-formal) feel – verb, 2nd person Plural, Present Tense

Как ты сегодня? [KAK TY se-VO-dnya] = How are you today? (How are you feeling today?) – informal
Как вы сегодня? [KAK VY se-VO-dnya] = How are you today? (How are you feeling today?) – formal

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