Figurative Meanings in Russian Verbs of Motion

You know that in Russian language there are a group of verbs that show motion, yups it is verbs of motion. After learning everything you must know about verbs of motion, from the list of Russian Verbs of Motion, the list of Russian verbs of motion without prefixes, to the list of Russian verbs of […]

16 Pick-up Lines to Approach Girl in Russian

Sometimes in life, you’ll never know when or where you gonna meet the love of your life. It might be while waiting for a subway, in a restaurant, or even on the street. That is why we gonna give you sixteen pick up lines that you could use to approach girl in any circumstances. Good […]

“Hет” and “Не” = The Difference of it’s Functions and Usage.

If you want to express refusal, most of the time you will use the word “No”. In Russian language, there are “нет” and “не” (net and ne) which have kind of similar meaning “no”. Here we gonna show you the example  and usage of “нет” and “не” : Q : В кино пойдешь? ‘V kino […]

Facts and History of Russian Language That You Must Know!

Russian language is the official language in Russian Federation which has 146 million population based on Russian Government latest census on 1st January 2018. Russian language is also spoken in few countries such as Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan and other republics former USSR. Russian language is among the official languages of the world (WHO, IAEA, UN, […]

Giving Compliment with Comparative and Superlatives

There is a time in your life when you feel like you want to compliment someone, either because of they were very nice, for cooking something delicious, or even because they look good. In previous lesson most popular phrases to use when dating a Russian, we already give you the example to use while complimenting […]

7 Ways to Say Apologize in Russian Language

Formal Situation 1. Извините If you are in hurry and hit someone’s shoulder, and you want to apologize you rather use извините (excuse me). извините is more polite and specifically mean (excuse me). Example : А сейчас извините, мне звонят. ‘A sejchas izvinite, mne zvonjat.’ (If you’ll excuse me, I have a call.) Извините, который […]

How to show time expressions in Russian?

Studying terms related to time in Russian might be a little complex, but don’t worry you can learn it slowly from the basic like ordinal number followed with genitive case so you can really understand how to tell time in Russia.  After that you can start learning about time of the day, frequency, and specified […]

Understanding and Asking Time in Russian

In this lesson, you will learn specifically how to ask time in Russian, either time of the day, how long the time will go, and another way to talk about time. Before you come here you can learn the basic about time from ordinal number, genitive case, how to tell time, and time expression in […]

Most popular phrases to use when dating a Russian (must know!)

To learn about one’s language you will also learn about their culture. Russian culture is a very interesting culture, moreover their people. After you learn a little bit about Russian men and Russian women, you can use your language capability to start talking with them. If you’re one of the lucky one, you will find […]

Phrases to getting attention in Russian (like, dislike, love and hate)

In this lesson we’ll gonna teach you how to say ‘like’, ‘dislike’, ‘love’, ‘hate’, because these words can be used in daily conversation as phrases to getting attention in Russian or to show your preference on something. Like If you want to say ‘I like ………’ you can use нравиться which literally means “to be […]