A: How to say "Zero" in Russian. Well the most basic translation for that would be "nul". One more time nice and slow. Nul. Sounds similar to null but it's a little bit different. Nul. Give it a try. There you go. Nul. Now for example you're watching a game and the score happens to be 2-0, a way of saying that would be, shiut zechass divoi nul.
We'll break that down word by word. The first word is "Shiut." The second word is "zechass" hitting the accent on the second syllable. The third word is divoi. And the last word is nul. Putting it together, shiut zechass divoi nul. Once again nice and easy and slow. Shiut zechass divoi nul. And now putting it together in a slightly more conversational pace. Shiut zechass divoi nul. Fantastic. Now for example you should watching a game and you wanted to know the score, you might perhaps ask what is the score. Which would, kokoi zechass shout.
The accent on the first word is on the second syllable. The accent on the second word is on the second syllable as well. Putting it all together. Kokoi zechass shout. One more time nice and slow. Kokoi zechass shout. And now at a slightly more conversational pace. Kokoi zechass shout. Great. So there you go. That's how you say "zero" in Russian