Congratulations in Russian
After this vocabulary lesson you’ll be able to congratulate (поздра́вить) your friends in Russian or to tell them ‘Bon appetit!’. Listen to the audio and repeat after it:
(lit. – I congratulate you)
Поздравля́ю с днём рожде́ния!
(lit. – I congratulate you with the day of birth)
С днём рожде́ния!
(lit. – With the day of birth)
С но́вым го́дом!
Happy New Year!
(lit. – With new year)
Cheers! (lit. – Your health)
If somebody sneezes you can say:
Bless you! (informal, talking to a man)
Bless you! (informal, talking to a woman)
Bless you! (formal)
This phrase literally means “be healthy!”.
More lessons on Russian vocabulary
- The most important Russian words
- Hello! and How are you? in Russian
- Goodbye in Russian
- Thank you, please, and you're welcome in Russian
- "I speak Russian" in Russian and other useful phrases
- Calling for help in Russian
- My name is ... in Russian
- Seasons in Russian
- Congratulations in Russian
- Talking about health in Russian
- Meeting your Russian in-laws
- Making friends in Russian
- Talking about family in Russian
- Talking about the weather
- Internet vocabulary and phrases
- Colors in Russian
- Visiting a pharmacy
- Directions in Russian
- New Year's dialogues
- Happy birthday in Russian, Russian birthday wishes
- Going to the movies
- I love you in Russian and other romantic phrases
- Russian terms of endearment
- Professions in Russian
- Hotel dialogues in Russian
- Visiting a doctor
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