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Common Ways to Say Thank You

Несколько способов сказать "спасибо"
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Thank you.
Спасибо. Спасибо.
Spasibo.
Thank you.
спасибо, но спасибо, но
spasiba, no
thank you, but
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That's very kind of you.
Это очень мило с Вашей стороны. Это очень мило с Вашей стороны.
Eta ochen' mila s Vashey starany.
That's very kind of you.
Thanks for your kind words!
Спасибо за добрые слова! Спасибо за добрые слова!
Spasiba za dobryye slava!
Thanks for your kind words!
Thank you for coming today.
Спасибо за то, что пришли сегодня. Спасибо за то, что пришли сегодня.
Spasiba za to, shto prishli sevodnya.
Thank you for coming today.
Thank you for your consideration.
Спасибо, что уделили внимание. Спасибо, что уделили внимание.
Spasiba, shto udelili vnimaniye.
Thank you for your consideration.
Thanks a lot!
Большое спасибо! Большое спасибо!
Bal'shoye spasiba!
Thanks a lot!
Teachers like you are not easy to find.
Такого учителя, как Вы, непросто найти. Такого учителя, как Вы, непросто найти.
Takova uchitelya, kak Vy, neprosta nayti.
Teachers like you are not easy to find.
Thank you for spending time with us.
Спасибо, что уделили нам время. Спасибо, что уделили нам время.
Spasiba, shto udelili nam vremya.
Thank you for spending time with us.
Thank you for being patient and helping me improve.
Благодарю Вас за терпение и за то, что помогаете мне становиться лучше. Благодарю Вас за терпение и за то, что помогаете мне становиться лучше.
Blagadaryu Vas za terpeniye i za to, shto pamagayete mne stanavitsa luchshe.
Thank you for being patient and helping me improve.
You’re the best teacher ever!
Вы самый лучший учитель! Вы самый лучший учитель!
Vy samyy luchshyy uchitel'!
You’re the best teacher ever!
Thank you for the gift.
Спасибо за подарок. Спасибо за подарок.
Spasiba za padarak.
Thank you for the gift.
I have learned so much thanks to you.
Я так много узнал благодаря Вам. Я так много узнал благодаря Вам.
Ya tak mnoga uznal blagadarya Vam.
I have learned so much thanks to you.
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RussianPod101.com
Tuesday at 8:12 pm
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Which of these phrases did you like the most? Let us know in the comment section below!


P.S., You can find more helpful phrases and sentences in the following lesson:

https://www.russianpod101.com/2008/06/30/survival-phrases-1-thank-you/

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RussianPod101.com
Thursday at 2:08 am
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Hello Marsha Novita,


Thank you! 😄❤️️


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RussianPod101.com
Thursday at 2:07 am
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Hello Bito,


You are welcome!😄


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Marsha Novita
Wednesday at 12:01 am
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😄 Very good to know these!

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Bito
Tuesday at 11:43 pm
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Thank you so much for your help.

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RussianPod101.com
Saturday at 10:37 pm
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Hi Kathryn,


Glad to hear that you enjoyed our vocabulary list!


Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.


Sincerely,

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Kathryn
Thursday at 9:38 am
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I love this list! It covers lots of different contexts and situations and give complete phrases. ❤️️👍

My favourite is 'Ya tak mnoga uznal blagadarya Vam.'

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RussianPod101.com
Tuesday at 3:28 am
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Hello Horia,


Those phrase are mainly used in polite conversation, not with friends and relatives.

Of course you can also use them in informal situation, but in this case you have to change polite "you" to informal "you" in phrases, as well as verbs (where it is necessarily).


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Tuesday at 3:25 am
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Hello Prisha,


Thank you for your comment!

Please, let us know if you have any questions about Russian language. 😄



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Horia
Sunday at 1:53 am
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Большое спасибо! This is my fav' it resembles what I'd use in my native tongue, but could it be used in formal AND casual context?

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Prisha
Saturday at 11:34 pm
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Bal'shoye spasiba Russianpod101.com eto dobryee slava, Ya tak mnogo ubal blagadarya Vam

I would have written this in Cyrillic but my touchpad doesn't have that option, but I really have learnt a lot from here😊💖