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

YOU ARE and ARE YOU – (In Russian we do not use the verb to be in the Present Tense)

How to say you are and are you in Russian

 

 

In Russian we do not use the verb to be in the Present Tense

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In Russian we do not use the verb to be in the Present Tense.

ты [ty] = you (informal) – you can use it with your friends
вы [vy] = you (formal) – you should use it with strangers, older people and people you don’t know very well

студент [stoo-DENT] = student – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case
доктор [DOK-tor] = doctor – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

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In Russian we do not use the verb to be in the Present Tense

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In Russian we do not use the verb to be in the Present Tense.

ты [ty] = you (informal) – you can use it with your friends
вы [vy] = you (formal) – you should use it with strangers, older people and people you don’t know very well

студент [stoo-DENT] = student – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case
доктор [DOK-tor] = doctor – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

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