How do you wish someone a happy birthday in Russian?

The most common way to say happy birthday in Russian is С днем рождения (zDNYOM razhDYEnya).

Желаю самого-самого

  1. Pronunciation: ZhyLAyu SAmavuh SAmavuh.
  2. Meaning: Wishing you all the very best.
  3. Usage: This expression is informal and can be used with friends and family.

How do you say happy birthday in Russian to a woman?

To sayHappy birthday!” in Russian, you say “C Днём рождения!”.

How do you say happy birthday in Russian cursive?

How do you write best wishes in Russian?

Best Wishes – Get well Wishes

Get well soon. Выздоравливай скорее!

How do you say cheers in Russian?

What is Privyet?

The informal way of saying “hello” in Russian is privyet! (pree-vyet) It’s similar to the English “hi,” and you should be on pretty familiar terms with a person before you use this greeting.

What does Nostrovia mean?

Nostrovia” is the English mispronunciation of the Russian word, “Na Zdorovie”, meaning “cheers”. Nostrovia is now used as English slang for “let’s get drunk” and as a common drinking toast.

What does Salut mean in Russian?

volume_up. приветствие {n} salute (also: greeting, salutation, welcome, accost, halloa, hallo)

What word takes 3 hours to say?


All told, the full chemical name for the human protein titin is 189,819 letters, and takes about three-and-a-half hours to pronounce.

What does Paka Paka mean in Russian?

Paka in Russian means bye. Sometimes Russians say paka paka!. It is the same as bye bye!.

What is a common Russian toast?

All-Purpose Toasts

“За твоё здоровье” (singular) or “За ваше здоровье” (formal/plural) – to your health! “За встречу” – to our meeting! “За нашу дружбy” – to our friendship! “За любовь” – to love!

What do Russian say when they drink?

In Russia, you often drink to your own health and say “Будем здоровы!” [bóo-deem zda-ró-vye”], which can be translated as “To our health!” On special occasions the Russians often hold a long or a short speech giving a good reason for drinking.

How do you say vodka in Russian?

How do you say drink in Russian?

Drink – Пить
  1. пить [peet’] = to drink – verb, Infinitive. Я хочу пить [ya kha-CHU peet’] = I’m thirsty (Literally: I want to drink)
  2. пей [pey] = drink! – verb, Imperative Informal. Пожалуйста, пей чай [pa-ZHA-lu-sta, pey chai] = Please drink some tea (Informal)
  3. пейте [PEY-te] = drink! – verb, Imperative Formal.

Does Russia have an alcohol problem?

Alcohol consumption in Russia remains among the highest in the world. Alcoholism has been a problem throughout the country’s history because drinking is a pervasive, socially acceptable behaviour in Russian society and alcohol has also been a major source of government revenue for centuries.

How do you say food in Russian?

How do you say sorry in Russian?