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Introduction #3 - Saying Goodbye in Russian

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Saying goodbye in Russian is very easy to learn with RussianPod101...and a very necessary phrase to use when speaking with people in Russia! Imagine you have just met someone in Russia, had a long conversation with them, and made plans to see them later. Upon leaving, your new Russian friend tells you in Russian, "bye, see you later!" Only, you don't know what they said to you in Russian or how to respond! Imagine how your new friend will fell if you ignore them and just walk away silently! Well, you don't to worry about any such embarrassing situations because Erik and Anna are going to show us how to say goodbye in Russian today! Learning Russian with RussianPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Russian! In this Russian Introduction lesson, you will learn how to say, "goodbye" in Russian. Stop by RussianPod101 to get more great Russian lessons and learning materials. Leave us a message while you are there.

Introduction #2 - Introducing Yourself and Saying Your Name in Russian

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Let's say you are meeting your new Russian boss today for the first time. Wouldn't you want to start things off on the right foot by greeting him in Russian with respect? How about introducing yourself in Russian to your new professor this semester at the Russian college you attend...you know the one that can pass or fail you? And of course, how would you greet your best friend in Russia? Today, Anna and Erik meet for the first time and show you how to avoid any embarrassing situations by demonstrating how to introduce yourself in Russian. Learning Russian with RussianPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Russian! This Russian Introduction lesson will teach you how to introduce yourself in Russian both formally and informally. We will also discuss when it is appropriate to greet with a kiss in Russia. Stop by RussianPod101 to get more great Russian lessons and learning materials. Leave us a message while you are there.

Introduction #1 - A Great Russian Conversation Starter: “How Are You?”

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Your best friend in Russia has invited you to her house for a party this weekend. She thinks it will give you a chance to get to know some people in Russia a little better. You are a little excited and nervous at the same time. You have been learning to speak Russian for a while now though, so you head out to the party feeling fairly confident. When you arrive at the house, a jubilant Russian partygoer opens the door and asks you in Russian, "how are you?" Excited that you recognize this Russian phrase and anxious to make some friends, you dive right into a twenty-minute explanation of what has happened to you in Russia for the past week! Stunned by your long-winded answer, and unfortunately for you, he is making his way through the crowd right now to warn the other Russian partygoers not to make the same mistake! Learning Russian with RussianPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Russian! This Russian Beginner lesson will teach you how to say, "how are you" in Russian. We will also talk about how to you can tell the difference between Russian neuter, feminine, and masculine nouns. Finally, we will tell you just how much information Russians expect to receive when they ask you how you are doing!