Good Manners: What to Do and Say in Russian?

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  • Published on Apr 16, 2019
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  • PRASAD PARHE
    PRASAD PARHE 2 months ago

    Вы Умный..ты меня нравится

  • h7opolo
    h7opolo 2 months ago +1

    5:37 you say "что-то" but the text in the video says "кое-что".

    • Uno Sham
      Uno Sham 2 months ago

      These words have the same meaning in this text

  • Modular Landing
    Modular Landing 3 months ago

    Wonderful videos. Thank you!

  • thu huong
    thu huong 3 months ago

    Really? You're not a native speaker and it took you only 1 year to speak fluently, without any accent like this? Respect!!!

  • Дианa Варсенаца

    thank u Katya ! you´re he beast teacher ever!

  • Greg Watts
    Greg Watts 3 months ago

    большое спасибо - great video!

  • patricija raztresen
    patricija raztresen 3 months ago

    Great video! Thank you very much!

  • Ahmed Alo
    Ahmed Alo 3 months ago +4

    I'm from Egypt, you are very well, but we need Arabic translate, some slow when you talking, thanks to you Катюша