Welcome to our free online Russian grammar and vocabulary cours for beginners.
Learn basic Russian vocabulary. Most common Russian words and phrases for daily life situations.
Every lesson comes with an audio file recorded by a native Russian speaker.
Let’s pause with the Dative case for today and learn a few useful Russian phrases. 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:
It’s time to dedicate some time to your vocabulary. In today’s lesson we will learn some useful Russian phrases describing health problems, althought we hope you’ll never have to use them.
Some time ago we learned how to day hello and hi in Russian, goodbye, and call for help. In this lesson you’ll learn how to say “I speak Russian”, “Do you speak English?” and other useful Russian phrases.
In the previous lesson we have learned how to say “I have” in Russian. Today, we will use that formula to talk about family in Russian. We will also learn the Russian names of family members and other relatives and practice with a few examples.
In this lessons we take a break from the Russian grammar and learn some very useful Russian phrases.
In one of our previous lesson we have already learned how to say hello in Russian. Today let’s learn the goodbyes. Here are the most common ways to say ‘goodbye’ in Russian in formal and informal situations.