300 Words Every Russian Beginner Must Know

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  • Published on May 12, 2019
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  • Yergen Jen
    Yergen Jen 5 days ago

    0:09

  • Rog T
    Rog T Month ago +1

    This is an excellent forum for learning ....большое спасибо :)

  • Alexandra Panico
    Alexandra Panico 2 months ago

    For some of the words it should be marked whether it is the verb or noun, and for others it should be clarified the meaning of the word (e.g. a picture) as they have more than 1 meaning.

  • lente independiente
    lente independiente 2 months ago

    Eta jatacho

  • J M
    J M 4 months ago +1

    I am very grateful, but how are we supposed to know what is a verb and what isnt't?

    • Menya Savut
      Menya Savut 11 days ago

      @Alexandra Panico without having seen the video in total: "Пить" is infinitive = "to drink". Many (but not all) infinitives in Russian end in мягкий знак (e.g. спать, кушать, бежать, играть, платить, = to sleep, to eat, to run, to play, to pay); while "the drink" is like so: "Где мой напиток" = where is my drink.
      Unfortunately, it seems to be popular nowadays to avoid the "to" for the infinitive. Google sometimes gets it wrong, so I force google to use the infinitive by writing a whole sentences like this: "I like to play" = "Я люблю играть".
      HTH

    • iloverussia.net
      iloverussia.net 2 months ago +1

      Alexandra Panico you are right. This video is very mixed up and confusing. I think it’s just a way to promote his course! As it appears to be just a random selection of verbs and nouns. Not very helpful.

    • Alexandra Panico
      Alexandra Panico 2 months ago +1

      @iloverussia.net Hi, Yep I know that, this was just an example of where they've used a word in English which is both a verb and a noun without stating which one, which is not helpful at all if someone doesn't already know the word. Someone could theoretically learn the word 'Пить' believing it to be a noun for a drink. It is not specified otherwise. As you say, there are lots of other examples of where they randomly use either a verb or a noun without labelling which it is, which makes a huge difference in meaning.

    • iloverussia.net
      iloverussia.net 2 months ago

      Alexandra Panico so in Russian their is a different word for the object drink Напиток 🥤than the word to drink. Пить. You wouldn’t really say them together anyway. Though I agree, he has mixed verbs and nouns together in this video, so it’s complicated. I don’t know why he did that!!!! And I saw some other problems too. The word correct, he has taken in the sense of “to correct” rather than “is correct” so it’s all a bit confusing.

    • Alexandra Panico
      Alexandra Panico 2 months ago

      @iloverussia.net Some words are both a verb and a noun, such as 'drink'. Is it the verb 'to drink' or the noun 'a drink' e.g water?

  • faustino juliano
    faustino juliano 4 months ago

    Paka paka

  • faustino juliano
    faustino juliano 4 months ago

    It isn't easy to grasp because i can't practice it here in Montreal ? Where are the Russian people ?

    • iloverussia.net
      iloverussia.net 3 months ago +1

      faustino juliano do you want to make Russian friends?

  • angie38
    angie38 6 months ago +2

    Um just say shirt.

  • German Dogwood
    German Dogwood 7 months ago +1

    yes

  • Gökhan Kayhan
    Gökhan Kayhan 7 months ago +1

    Super

  • Frank Hound
    Frank Hound 7 months ago +8

    air conditioner is an essential term for a beginner in Russian??

    • Lauti B
      Lauti B 29 days ago

      Yea, for the summer in Москва

    • iloverussia.net
      iloverussia.net 3 months ago

      Frank Hound maybe if you are staying in a hotel, though I wasn’t expecting it either)))

  • Adel Hatary
    Adel Hatary 7 months ago +8

    It will be better, if you put pictures with words 😊

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    Gorgeous Smile 7 months ago +4

    i create account but it's not free ? why you write here it's free

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      Hamna Shafqat 7 months ago

      Try Duolingo

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      Universo 7 months ago

      tell me an app totally free.. doesn't exist :)

  • Jahidul Islam
    Jahidul Islam 7 months ago +2

    Thanks wonderful job