On this page you will learn how to say I am Russian in Russian

I am Russian – Я русский

I am Russian in Russian

 

 

 

Я русский [YA ROOS-skiy]
Я русская [YA ROOS-ska-ya]

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Я русский [YA ROOS-skiy] = I’m Russian (Masculine)
я [YA] = I – pronoun, 1st person Singular
русский [ROOS-skiy] = Russian – adjective, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

Я русская [YA ROOS-ska-ya] = I’m Russian (Feminine)
я [YA] = I – pronoun, 1st person Singular
русская [ROOS-ska-ya] = Russian – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

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I am Russian in Russian
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Я русский [YA ROOS-skiy]
Я русская [YA ROOS-ska-ya]

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About the word

Я русский [YA ROOS-skiy] = I’m Russian (Masculine)
я [YA] = I – pronoun, 1st person Singular
русский [ROOS-skiy] = Russian – adjective, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

Я русская [YA ROOS-ska-ya] = I’m Russian (Feminine)
я [YA] = I – pronoun, 1st person Singular
русская [ROOS-ska-ya] = Russian – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

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