On this page you will learn how to say where do you live in Russian

Where do you live in Russian? – Где ты живёшь?

where do you live in Russian

 

 

 

Где ты живёшь? [GDYE TY zhi-VYOSH]
Где вы живёте? [GDYE VY zhi-VYO-te]

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Где ты живёшь? [GDYE TY zhi-VYOSH] = Where do you live? (informal)
Где [GDYE] = Where – question word
ты [TY] = you (informal) – pronoun, 2nd person singular, Nominative Case
живёшь [zhi-VYOSH] = you live (informal) – verb, 2nd person singular, Present

Где вы живёте? [GDYE VY zhi-VYO-te] = Where do you live? (formal)
Где [GDYE] = Where – question word
вы [vY] = you (formal) – pronoun, 2nd person plural, Nominative Case
живёте [zhi-VYO-te] = you live (formal) – verb, 2nd person plural, Present

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Где ты живёшь? [GDYE TY zhi-VYOSH]
Где вы живёте? [GDYE VY zhi-VYO-te]

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Где ты живёшь? [GDYE TY zhi-VYOSH] = Where do you live? (informal)
Где [GDYE] = Where – question word
ты [TY] = you (informal) – pronoun, 2nd person singular, Nominative Case
живёшь [zhi-VYOSH] = you live (informal) – verb, 2nd person singular, Present

Где вы живёте? [GDYE VY zhi-VYO-te] = Where do you live? (formal)
Где [GDYE] = Where – question word
вы [vY] = you (formal) – pronoun, 2nd person plural, Nominative Case
живёте [zhi-VYO-te] = you live (formal) – verb, 2nd person plural, Present

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