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How was your weekend – Как выходные?

How was your weekend in Russian

 

 

 

Как выходные? [KAK vy-HAD-ny-ye]

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Как выходные? [KAK vy-HAD-ny-ye] = How was your weekend?

Как [KAK] = How – question word
выходные [vy-HAD-ny-ye] = weekend – noun, Plural, Nominative Case

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How was your weekend in Russian
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Как выходные? [KAK vy-HAD-ny-ye]

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About the word

Как выходные? [KAK vy-HAD-ny-ye] = How was your weekend?

Как [KAK] = How – question word
выходные [vy-HAD-ny-ye] = weekend – noun, Plural, Nominative Case

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