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How are you today? – Как у тебя дела сегодня?

How are you today in Russian

 

 

 

Как у тебя дела сегодня? [kak u te-BYA de-LA se-VO-dnya]

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Как у тебя дела сегодня? [kak u te-BYA de-LA se-VO-dnya]
Как у вас дела сегодня? [kak u vas de-LA se-VO-dnya]

Как (how) – question word
дела (things, affairs) – noun, Plural

Как у вас дела? [kak u vas de-LA?] – Formal option. Literally: How are things with you?
Как у тебя дела? [kak u te-BYA de-LA?] – Informal option. Literally: How are things with you?

сегодня [se-VO-dnya] = today – adverb

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Как у тебя дела сегодня? [kak u te-BYA de-LA se-VO-dnya]

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Как у тебя дела сегодня? [kak u te-BYA de-LA se-VO-dnya]
Как у вас дела сегодня? [kak u vas de-LA se-VO-dnya]

Как (how) – question word
дела (things, affairs) – noun, Plural

Как у вас дела? [kak u vas de-LA?] – Formal option. Literally: How are things with you?
Как у тебя дела? [kak u te-BYA de-LA?] – Informal option. Literally: How are things with you?

сегодня [se-VO-dnya] = today – adverb

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