On this page you will learn How to say hello in Russian ?

Hello  Здравствуйте – Привет 

hello in Russian in English

Здравствуйте [ZDRAST-vui-te]

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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”.

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hello in Russian in English
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Здравствуйте [ZDRAST-vui-te]

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RUSSIAN TUTOR SAY Hello!
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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”.

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Learning Russian has come to be fashionable at present globally. Perhaps, you have as of now taken the plunge into learning Russian when you heard Russian words pronounced in a song, in a movie, or written in a book (in a marginal note). It may be that you hoped for picking up a few popular cool Russian expressions. You asked YouTube and Google seeking for a Russian pronunciation guide to pick up elementary Russian pronunciation and orthography. Or perhaps you needed to learn how to speak and write Russian and you doubted how to write Cyrillic in English letters.
On this website you can find frequent expressions in English translated to Russian. Plus, you can find Russian language audio in MP3 files and learn most frequent Russian sayings. However, language acquisition is not restricted to learning the Russian pronunciation. You need to get a live image of the word into your head, and you can do it on this site by looking at common Russian vocabulary with images. And much more! You can not only listen to online audio of Russian trendy words and phrases, but look at how those words are spoken by watching a video and learning the translation of the word! In the end, to make the images of the words sink into your head, this webpage has a pronunciation guide in English letters. Thus, as you can see, we use a wide complex of learning means to help you be successful in learning Russian.
Nowadays you can come across a lot of free resources for studying Russian: podcasts, YouTube channels, webpages and webpages like this one which will help you pick up grammar, pronunciation, speaking, Russian Cyrillic letters, orthography, easy to use Russian phrases. However, all these webresources give you unorganized language information, and this might complicate things for you. To get rid of complication and get organized understanding as well as to save your time, you need a Russian teacher because it’s their concern to organize the material and give you what you need the most. A teacher is aware of your strengths and weaknesses, your specific pronunciation and knows how to reach your language goals. The only thing you need to do is to count on your tutor and enjoy your pro-level Russian language 6 months later. 

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