On this page you will learn how to say Why not in Russian
Why not? – Почему бы нет?
- In English letters
Why not? [pa-chi-MOO bi NYET]
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- About the word
Почему бы нет? [pa-chi-MOO bi NYET] = Why not?
Почему [pa-chi-MOO] = Why – pronominal adverb
бы – particle
нет = no
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