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 I am fine – Я в порядке

I am fine in Russian

 

 

 

Я в порядке [ya v po-RYAD-ke]

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Я в порядке [ya v po-RYAD-ke] = I’m fine (Literally: I’m in order)

Я [Ya] = I – pronoun, Nominative Case
в [v] = in – preposition
порядке = order – noun, Masculine, Singular, Prepositional Case
порядок = order – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

У меня всё хорошо [u me-NYA vsyo ha-ra-SHO] = I’m fine (Literally: everything is good by me)
Всё хорошо, спасибо [vsyo ha-ra-SHO spa-SI-ba] = I’m fine, thank you (Literally: everything is good, thank you)

У [u] = by, at – preposition
меня [me-NYA] = me – pronoun, Genitive Case
всё [vsyo] = everything
хорошо [ha-ra-SHO] = good, well
спасибо [spa-SI-ba] = thank you

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Я в порядке [ya v po-RYAD-ke]

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Я в порядке [ya v po-RYAD-ke] = I’m fine (Literally: I’m in order)

Я [Ya] = I – pronoun, Nominative Case
в [v] = in – preposition
порядке = order – noun, Masculine, Singular, Prepositional Case
порядок = order – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

У меня всё хорошо [u me-NYA vsyo ha-ra-SHO] = I’m fine (Literally: everything is good by me)
Всё хорошо, спасибо [vsyo ha-ra-SHO spa-SI-ba] = I’m fine, thank you (Literally: everything is good, thank you)

У [u] = by, at – preposition
меня [me-NYA] = me – pronoun, Genitive Case
всё [vsyo] = everything
хорошо [ha-ra-SHO] = good, well
спасибо [spa-SI-ba] = thank you

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