How to Say "How Much Is This" in Russian

Learn how to say "how much is this" in Russian with this online Russian language lesson from Howcast.

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How to say, "How much is this?" in Russian. SKOHL-kuh EH-tuh STOH-eet. One more time. SKOHL-kuh EH-tuh STOH-eet. On all of those three words, the accent is on the first syllable. One more time, slowly. SKOHL-kuh EH-tuh STOH-eet. Now at normal pace. SKOHL-kuh EH-tuh STOH-eet. Give it a try.

Great. Now if you feel that this item costs too much, you could say, "this is too expensive", and that sounds like this. EH-tuh SLEE-shkam DOH-ra-ga. Once again, the accent is on the first syllable of each of those three words. EH-tuh SLEE-shkam DOH-ra-ga. And one more time. EH-tuh SLEE-shkam DOH-ra-ga. Now at normal pace. EH-tuh SLEE-shkam DOH-ra-ga. Now you try.

Great. Now if you wanted to ask the question, "Do you have anything less expensive," you would say nyet lee oo vas chee-VOH nee-BOODZ pa-dee-SHEV-le? Breaking that down, it would be nyet lee oo vas, those are the first four words. The fifth word is chee-VOH, with the accent on the second syllable. The sixth word, nee-BOODZ, the accent on the second syllable, and the last word, pa-dee-SHEV-le, hits the accent on the third syllable. Putting it all together, nyet lee oo vas chee-VOH nee-BOODZ pa-dee-SHEV-le? One more time, slowly. Nyet lee oo vas chee-VOH nee-BOODZ pa-dee-SHEV-le? Now at normal pace. Nyet lee oo vas chee-VOH nee-BOODZ pa-dee-SHEV-le? Give it a try.

Excellent. Those are some of the ways to say, "How much is this?" in Russian.

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