Times of the Day: What are Different Parts of the Day Called in Russian?

In this post we’re going to learn words and phrases related to different parts of the day and how to talk about them. I’ll add transctiption to every word, so you can pronounce them correctly. Let’s begin! утро [utra] – morning Я не мог уснуть до утра. – I couldn’t get to sleep until the … Read more

Russian Words We Use To Refer to People

We use different types of words when talking about people in Russian: man, woman, girl, old man, person, folk, etc. We choose the appropriate word epending on the gender, age and other things. When we talk about people in general, we also have a variety of vocabulary to choose from. So, let’s find out how … Read more

Talking About Quantity in Russian: Useful Words and Expressions

Words of quantity tell us how many or how much of something there is. But if you are learning Russian, there are some good news for you: we actually don’t use different words for countable and uncountable nouns. We just use ONE for both of them! Look at the examples: много яблок – many apples … Read more

Adverbs of Place and Movement in Russian

There are hundreds of adverbs in Russian. We can’t cover them all in one post, but there are some different groups of adverbs that we can learn. This time it’s adverbs of place and movement. Let’s find out what they look like. Adverbs of Place Adverbs of place answer the question “Где?” (Where is?). They … Read more