On this page you will learn how to say where are you going in Russian

Where are you going? – Куда ты идёшь?
Where are you going? – Куда вы идёте?

where are you going in Russian

 

Куда ты идёшь? [koo-DA TY i-DYOSH]
Куда ты едешь? [koo-DA TY YE-desh]

Куда вы идёте? [koo-DA VY i-DYO-te]
Куда вы едете? [koo-DA VY YE-de-te]

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Куда ты идёшь? [koo-DA TY i-DYOSH] = Where are you going? (on foot, informal)
Куда ты едешь? [koo-DA TY YE-desh] = Where are you going? (by transport, informal)

Куда вы идёте? [koo-DA VY i-DYO-te] = Where are you going? (on foot, formal)
Куда вы едете? [koo-DA VY YE-de-te] = Where are you going? (by transport, formal)

Куда? [koo-DA] = Where to? (when speaking about destination)
ты [TY] = you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person singular, Nominative Case
идёшь [i-DYOSH] = (you – informal) go (on foot) – verb, 2nd person singular, Present Tense
едешь [YE-desh] = (you – informal) go (by transport) – verb, 2nd person singular, Present Tense

вы [VY] = you (formal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person plural, Nominative Case
идёте [i-DYO-te] = (you – formal) go (on foot) – verb, 2nd person plural, Present Tense
едете [YE-de-te] = (you – formal) go (by transport) – verb, 2nd person plural, Present Tense

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Куда ты идёшь? [koo-DA TY i-DYOSH]
Куда ты едешь? [koo-DA TY YE-desh]

Куда вы идёте? [koo-DA VY i-DYO-te]
Куда вы едете? [koo-DA VY YE-de-te]

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Куда ты идёшь? [koo-DA TY i-DYOSH] = Where are you going? (on foot, informal)
Куда ты едешь? [koo-DA TY YE-desh] = Where are you going? (by transport, informal)

Куда вы идёте? [koo-DA VY i-DYO-te] = Where are you going? (on foot, formal)
Куда вы едете? [koo-DA VY YE-de-te] = Where are you going? (by transport, formal)

Куда? [koo-DA] = Where to? (when speaking about destination)
ты [TY] = you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person singular, Nominative Case
идёшь [i-DYOSH] = (you – informal) go (on foot) – verb, 2nd person singular, Present Tense
едешь [YE-desh] = (you – informal) go (by transport) – verb, 2nd person singular, Present Tense

вы [VY] = you (formal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person plural, Nominative Case
идёте [i-DYO-te] = (you – formal) go (on foot) – verb, 2nd person plural, Present Tense
едете [YE-de-te] = (you – formal) go (by transport) – verb, 2nd person plural, Present Tense

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