On this page you will learn how to say sorry in Russian

SORRY – Извините

How to say sorry in Russian

 

 

Извините [iz-vi-NI-te]
Извини [iz-vi-NI]

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Извините [iz-vi-NI-te] – formal ‘sorry’
Извини [iz-vi-NI] – informal ‘sorry’

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How to say sorry in Russian
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In English letters

 

 

Извините [iz-vi-NI-te]
Извини [iz-vi-NI]

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About the word

Извините [iz-vi-NI-te] – formal ‘sorry’
Извини [iz-vi-NI] – informal ‘sorry’

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