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hello friend ! – Привет, друг!

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Привет, друг! [Privet, droog]

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Привет, друг! [Privet, droog]

Привет [pri-VET] = Hi – Informal greeting (used with friends, family, etc.)
друг [droog] = friend – noun, Masculine, Nominative Case

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Привет, друг! [Privet, droog]

Привет [pri-VET] = Hi – Informal greeting (used with friends, family, etc.)
друг [droog] = friend – noun, Masculine, Nominative Case

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