TOP-50 Unchangeable Words in Russian. Part 1

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  • Published on Feb 20, 2018
  • Normally Russian nouns are changeable by cases and number. But there is a group of borrowed foreign words, that are commonly used in Russian and are unchangeable. We chose 50 frequently used unchangeable Russian words and divided them into 2 parts. This is the first video. The second part will be ready in a week.
    Here is the list of the first 25 words. You can use the phrases from the video to learn and practice the new vocabulary:
    алиби -alibi
    ассорти - assorted (made dish)
    бигуди - hair curlers
    бикини - bikini
    бистро - bistro
    брокколи -broccoli
    бюро - bureau
    виски - whiskey
    граффити - graffiti
    декольте - neckline
    досье - dossier
    жалюзи - blinds
    желе - jelly
    жюри - jury
    инкогнито - incognito
    интервью - interview
    казино - casino
    караоке - karaoke
    кафе - cafe
    кенгуру - kangaroo
    киви - kiwi
    кино - cinema (cinematography)
    кофе - coffee
    купе - train compartment
    леди - lady
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Comments • 22

  • Essai Essai
    Essai Essai 2 days ago

    Eh oui ma belle, le français est une belle langue pour parler des femmes ;-)

  • Vladimír Pekník
    Vladimír Pekník 3 months ago

    pizza with brocolli is disgusting to me, too :D

  • денис анисин

    ну это иностранные заимствованые слова..поэтому они и не склоняются

  • WorldWord
    WorldWord 8 months ago +1

    Great video. I enjoy it.

  • Arda jе deux
    Arda jе deux 8 months ago

    мы хочим руский stories with subs :)

  • Kashif Ali Khan
    Kashif Ali Khan 9 months ago

    klassni video

  • Stephen Robey
    Stephen Robey 9 months ago +1

    Out of interest the British spelling is whisky and is the anglicised version of the Gallic word uisgeah meaning water of life.

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  9 months ago +1

      Ммм, хорошая вода жизни! :))

  • Pablo
    Pablo 9 months ago +1

    You look like the Russian model Vika Levina lol

    • Larry Castro
      Larry Castro 7 months ago

      I looked up that model Vika Levina and thouhgt she didn't look much like Nika. I believe Nika would make for a much better looking model thanVika!

  • vistagraphsnet
    vistagraphsnet 9 months ago

    Honey it is not a Widfeo it is a video

  • Make it easy with LILU
    Make it easy with LILU 9 months ago +1

    👌 😊

  • BSN -
    BSN - 9 months ago +1

    Some people think Bistro comes from быстро. In 1870 Russian soldiers occupying Paris weren't allowed to drink so they would enter these establishments asking for a quick drink yelling "быстро, быстро".

  • Farid Mammadzada
    Farid Mammadzada 9 months ago

    I think kangaroo is an Australian Aboriginal word that means " I don't know ".
    Я помню это слово из географии.Спасибо за полезное видео Ника ханум.

  • Francis Srečko Fabian
    Francis Srečko Fabian 9 months ago

    There many thousands of french words in english. The British upper class spoke French for several centuries because they won a war and took over the country and french words mixed in with english. I have noticed this while learning Russian. I recall reading that the Russian upper classes also spoke french for awhile. It makes learning Russian a little easier. P.S. - Мне нравится есть брокколи. I wonder of the dossier was on an (cough, cough) prominent American politician??? Kiwi is also a bird found in New Zealand. Australian's often call New Zealanders Kiwis as an "affectionate" nick name.

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  9 months ago

      Привет Френсис! Yes, this is true, upper classes in Russian also speak French for a long time, that's why there are so many French words in Russian :)
      Who knows...(about politician :))
      Btw I know about this bird, when I was a child my brother taught me some geography and presented the unique animals that live onlyin some certain continents, and kiwi was one of them :)

  • Muhammad Yasir
    Muhammad Yasir 9 months ago

    ich liebe dich ❤

  • CRISTIAN Mongiardo
    CRISTIAN Mongiardo 9 months ago +1

    I'm italian and most of these words are identic in my language ( only the stress on vowels changes ). Nice video by the way ! Спасибо дла твоего работы Ника.

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  9 months ago +1

      Yes, as I said this is an easy list, some people know these words in Russian without even knowing that they know, haha))) Thanks for the comment, Christian :)

  • Iraiida
    Iraiida 9 months ago

    💜💜💜💜