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HELLO HOW ARE YOU – Привет! Как дела?

How to say hello how are you in Russian

 

 

Привет! Как дела? [pri-VET kak de-LA?]
Здравствуйте! Как дела?[ZDRAST-vui-te kak de-LA?]

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Здравствуйте [ZDRAST-vui-te] – Formal greeting (used with strangers, co-workers, etc.)
Привет [pri-VET] – Informal greeting (used with friends, family, etc.)

The word “Здравствуйте” originally meant “Be healthy”.

Как дела? [kak de-LA?] – How are you?
Literally: How are things?
Как (how) – question word
дела (things, affairs) – noun, Plural

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Привет! Как дела? [pri-VET kak de-LA?]
Здравствуйте! Как дела?[ZDRAST-vui-te kak de-LA?]

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About the word

Здравствуйте [ZDRAST-vui-te] – Formal greeting (used with strangers, co-workers, etc.)
Привет [pri-VET] – Informal greeting (used with friends, family, etc.)

The word “Здравствуйте” originally meant “Be healthy”.

Как дела? [kak de-LA?] – How are you?
Literally: How are things?
Как (how) – question word
дела (things, affairs) – noun, Plural

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See also how to say love you too or thanks or how was your day in Russian language.

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