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Heading to Russia? These online language lessons will teach you enough vocabulary to get you through your trip. You'll learn how to greet people, how to order beverages, how to speak to shop clerks, how to find transportation, how to count, and much more. We'll even teach you how to say a few bad words so you can let off some steam in Russia's native tongue!
How to say "Please" in Russian. Po-jha-loo-sta. The accent on that is on the second syllable. I'll say it real slow. Po-jha-loo-sta. One more time slow. Po-jha-loo-sta. And now at normal pace. Po-jha-loo-sta. Give it a try. Great! Another acceptable version of saying "Please" in Russian would be budz-tse lyu-behz-nih. The accent on the first word is on the first syllable and on the second syllable in the second word. Budz-tse lyu-behz-nih. One more time. Budz-tse lyu-behz-nih. Now at a normal pace. Budz-tse lyu-behz-nih. Now you try. Fantastic! Finally another common way of saying "Please" in Russian would be to say "For God's sake." Ra-dzi bo-gha. In that phrase the accent is on the first syllable of each of those two words. Ra-dzi bo-gha. One more time slow. Ra-dzi bo-gha. Now I'll say it quickly. Ra-dzi bo-gha. Now you try. Great! Those are some of the ways in which to say "Please" in Russian.