On this page you will learn how to say congratulations in Russian
Сongratulations – Поздравляю
- In English letters
- About the word
Поздравляю [paz-drav-LYA-yu] – verb, the “I” form (first person singular)
Literally: I congratulate
Поздравлять [paz-drav-LYAT’] (to congratulate) – verb, infinitive
Probably, you would also like to know how to say dance in Russian language or how to say I am fine or merry christmas in Russian orhodox.
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