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How to Say "How Are You" in Russian

Learn how to say "how are you" in Russian with this online Russian language lesson from Howcast.


How to say "How are you" in Russian. A very common way of saying it would
be kahk po-zhi-va-yeh-tse. One more time, slower and the accent on the
second word is on the third syllable. Kahk po-zhi-va-yeh-tse? Kahk po-zhi-va-
yeh-tse? Kahk po-zhi-va-yeh-tse? Now at normal pace. Kahk po-zhi-va-ye-tse?
That basically means "How are you doing?". Kahk po-zhi-va-ye-tse? Now, you
try. [pause] Great.

That's a pretty polite way of saying how are you doing. Another way of
saying that in a little bit less formal of a fashion would be kahk dze-la.
The accent on the second word of that is on the second syllable, so it
would be like this when saying it slow. Kahk dze-la? One more time slow.
Kahk dze-la? And at normal pace. Kahk dze-la? Now you try. [pause] Great.

Now, if you wanted to ask someone "How's life?", you would say kahk rhi-
zhin? The accent is on the first syllable of the second word. Saying it
slow, kahk rhi-zhin? One more time. Kahk rhi-zhin? Now, at normal pace.
Kahk rhi-zhin? Now, you try. [pause] Fantastic. Those are some of the ways to say
"How are you" in Russian.

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