Thank You in Russian
Knowing how to be polite in Russian is essential for any Russian language learner. After today’s lesson you’ll be able to say "thank you", "excuse me", "sorry", and use other polite Russian expressions with confidence.
Listen carefully to the pronunciation and practice saying the Russian phrases aloud – you’ll have these mastered in no time!
Pronouncing"Thank you" in Russian
Let's start with learning how to say thank you in Russian.
In Russian “excuse me” and “sorry” is the same word which comes in two forms: Извините (Izvineeti) and Извини (Izvinee). If you want to say “excuse me” or “sorry” to a person you don’t know or to an older person or to more than one person you need to say:
If you address a friend or a child, use:
You can drop the word “please” and simply say:
Whether you are traveling to a Russian speaking country or simply interacting with Russian speakers, acting in a courteous way will win you friends and gain you respect.