On this page you will learn how to say have a good night in Russian

have a good night – Спокойной ночи

have a good night in Russian

 

 

 

Хорошего вечера [ha-RO-she-va VE-che-ra]

Спокойной ночи [spa-KOY-nay NO-chi]

 

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Спокойной ночи [spa-KOY-nay NO-chi] = good night (said before going to bed)

Спокойной [spa-KOY-nay] = quiet – adjective, Feminine, Genitive Case
ночи [NO-chi] = night – noun, Feminine, Genitive Case

Спокойная [spa-KOY-na-ya] = quiet – adjective, Feminine, Nominative Case
ночь [NOCH] = night – noun, Feminine, Nominative Case

Хорошего вечера [ha-RO-she-va VE-che-ra] = have a good night (when the person you’re talking to isn’t going to bed yet)

Хорошего [ha-RO-she-va] = good – adjective, Masculine, Genitive Case
вечера [VE-che-ra] = night, evening – noun, Masculine, Genitive Case

Хороший [ha-RO-shiy] = good – adjective, Masculine, Nominative Case
вечера [VE-cher] = night, evening – noun, Masculine, Nominative Case

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have a good night in Russian
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Хорошего вечера [ha-RO-she-va VE-che-ra]

Спокойной ночи [spa-KOY-nay NO-chi]

 

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Спокойной ночи [spa-KOY-nay NO-chi] = good night (said before going to bed)

Спокойной [spa-KOY-nay] = quiet – adjective, Feminine, Genitive Case
ночи [NO-chi] = night – noun, Feminine, Genitive Case

Спокойная [spa-KOY-na-ya] = quiet – adjective, Feminine, Nominative Case
ночь [NOCH] = night – noun, Feminine, Nominative Case

Хорошего вечера [ha-RO-she-va VE-che-ra] = have a good night (when the person you’re talking to isn’t going to bed yet)

Хорошего [ha-RO-she-va] = good – adjective, Masculine, Genitive Case
вечера [VE-che-ra] = night, evening – noun, Masculine, Genitive Case

Хороший [ha-RO-shiy] = good – adjective, Masculine, Nominative Case
вечера [VE-cher] = night, evening – noun, Masculine, Nominative Case

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