Russian numbers from 1 to 10
The numbers are probably one the most unfavorite part of the Russian grammar for every Russian language student. But when you know them, so many things become easier: asking for a price, paying for the goods, making appointments and so on. So today, we dedicate the lesson to the Russian numbers.
We start slowly, and in this lesson we will learn to count from 1 to 10 in Russian. Let’s get started!
Listen to the audio (at the bottom of the screen under the blue button) and repeat after it.
1 – оди́н [a-déen]
2 – два [dva]
3 – три [trée]
4 – четы́ре [chee-tý-rye]
5 – пять [pyat’]
6 – шесть [shest’]
7 – семь [sem’]
8 – во́семь [vó-seem’]
9 – де́вять [dyé-veet’]
10 – де́сять [dyé-seet’]
Repeat the numbers a few times so you memorize them better.
Congratulations! Now you can count from 1 to 10 in Russian!
If you would like to immediately learn other Russian numbers, check out the links below.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to post them in the comments. And come back to learn Russian with us!
More lessons on the Russian numbers
- Russian numbers from 1 to 10 (#022)
- Russian numbers from 11 to 20 (#045)
- Counting in Russian (#048)
- Russian ordinal numbers (first, second, third etc.) from 1 to 10 (#061)
- Russian numbers from 20 to 100 (#111)
- Fractions in Russian (#114)
- Russian numbers from 100 to 999 (#162)
- Declension of Russian cardinal numerals (#165)
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