25 Commonly Used Russian Slang Words

There are lots of words that we use every day but they might confuse strangers. So, let’s make it easier to understand. Here’s the list of 25 popular Russian slang words explained + examples. But first, how about watching a video? It would be a good start for this lesson. блин Literal meaning: type of … Read more

Difference between идти, ходить, приходить, уходить, заходить + many examples

In Russian things get very complicated when it comes to verbs. Especially verbs that describe moving, such as ходить, идти, приходить, прийти, прибывать and so on. I guess it’s time to explain why we have so many verbs of that kind and how to use them correctly. The similarity between these verbs is that they … Read more

Opposite Adjectives in Russian: Full List

Adjectives are words that characterize names in various ways. Below is a list of opposite adjectives in Russian you should learn to expand your vocabulary. хороший (good) – плохой (bad) добрый (kind) – злой (evil) светлый (light) – тёмный (dark) старый (old) – новый (new) старый (old) – молодой (young) большой (big) – маленький (small) высокий … Read more

15 Russian Verbs for Speaking with Example Sentences

There are many verbs in English that describe speaking. In this post, you will learn all of them. Well, If I don’t forget to mention some. Говори́ть to speak, to talk Я говорю по-английски. – I speak English. Они все говорят, что невиновны. – They all say they’re innocent. Я уже говорил со своим адвокатом. – … Read more

How to say “I don’t care” in Russian

In this lesson we’re going to learn how to express indifference in Russian. There are many ways to do that, so let’s get to know them. Ways to say ‘I don’t care’ Here are some phrases that has the same meaning. You can translate them all to “I don’t care”: Мне всё равно. Мне безразлично. … Read more

Useful Russian Words To Talk About Sleep

Sleeping takes a huge part in our lives. And we talk about it all the time, don’t we? “Oh, I didn’t sleep well”, “I want to sleep.”, “I woke up early”, etc. Now it’s time to learn how to speak about sleep in Russian. Here’s some very useful vocabulary for you. First, I have a … Read more

How to Describe Size of Objects in Russian

You’re about to learn some new adjectives and phrases that will help you describe the size of literally anything. Let’s begin with the basics: This was the masculine version. Don’t forget that adjectives in Russian also have feminine and neuter forms. And plural! So, we have: крошечный – крошечная – крошечное – крошечные маленький – … Read more