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

YES – ДА

How to say yes in Russian

Да [da]

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Да, спасибо [Da, spa-SI-ba] – Yes, thank you
Да, хорошо [Da, ha-ra-SHO] – Yes, okay

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How to say yes in Russian
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Да [da]

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Да, спасибо [Da, spa-SI-ba] – Yes, thank you
Да, хорошо [Da, ha-ra-SHO] – Yes, okay

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