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You look beautiful – Ты очень красивая

you look beautiful in Russian

 

 

 

Ты очень красивая [TY O-chen’ kra-SEE-va-ya]

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Ты очень красивая [TY O-chen’ kra-SEE-va-ya] = You are very beautiful (informal)
Вы очень красивая [VY O-chen’ kra-SEE-va-ya] = You are very beautiful (formal)
Ты [TY] = you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person singular
Вы [VY] = you (formal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person plural
очень [O-chen’] = very – adverb
красивая [kra-SEE-va-ya] = beautiful – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

Ты отлично выглядишь [TY ot-LEECH-no VY-gli-dish] = You look excellent (informal)
Вы отлично выглядите [VY ot-LEECH-no VY-gli-di-te] = You look excellent (formal)
Ты [TY] = you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person singular
Вы [VY] = you (formal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person plural
отлично [ot-LEECH-no] = excellent – adverb
выглядишь [VY-gli-dish] = (you – informal) look (said about appearance) – verb, 2nd person singular, Present
выглядите [VY-gli-di-te] = (you – formal) look (said about appearance) – verb, 2nd person plural, Present
выглядеть [VY-gli-dit’] = to look (said about appearance) – verb, Infinitive

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Ты очень красивая [TY O-chen’ kra-SEE-va-ya]

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Ты очень красивая [TY O-chen’ kra-SEE-va-ya] = You are very beautiful (informal)
Вы очень красивая [VY O-chen’ kra-SEE-va-ya] = You are very beautiful (formal)
Ты [TY] = you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person singular
Вы [VY] = you (formal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person plural
очень [O-chen’] = very – adverb
красивая [kra-SEE-va-ya] = beautiful – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

Ты отлично выглядишь [TY ot-LEECH-no VY-gli-dish] = You look excellent (informal)
Вы отлично выглядите [VY ot-LEECH-no VY-gli-di-te] = You look excellent (formal)
Ты [TY] = you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person singular
Вы [VY] = you (formal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person plural
отлично [ot-LEECH-no] = excellent – adverb
выглядишь [VY-gli-dish] = (you – informal) look (said about appearance) – verb, 2nd person singular, Present
выглядите [VY-gli-di-te] = (you – formal) look (said about appearance) – verb, 2nd person plural, Present
выглядеть [VY-gli-dit’] = to look (said about appearance) – verb, Infinitive

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