Expressing time in Russian

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  • Published on Aug 18, 2017
  • Learn how to tell time in Russian and how to ask "What time is it now" in Russian. How to say "five past ten", "half past ten", "five to ten", "quarter past\to ten", etc.
    Learn how to speak about the time in Russian easily.
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Comments • 34

  • Lila Bntti
    Lila Bntti 29 days ago

    you explain well, but you go so fast when giving exemples i can't follow the exemples which makes all the lesson less understandable

  • Aria Curran
    Aria Curran Month ago

    Thank you, Nika. This is another important lesson. Well done!!

  • Dijon Marples-Wall
    Dijon Marples-Wall Month ago

    Спасибо большое вам, отличное видео! Мне нужно практиковать...

  • Pari Emir
    Pari Emir 10 months ago

    thanks alot

  • YourSocialnetwork
    YourSocialnetwork 10 months ago

    How do I say 11:58? Без двух двенадцать?

  • Iptamenos Irakleios
    Iptamenos Irakleios 11 months ago

    Okay, excuse me for this question, but how can I say 2:33? I wrote down random readings of time, and I got them all right, except of this one.
    без двадцать семти три--- this is my best try.

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  11 months ago

      без двадцатИ семИ три (Genitive case of twenty seven)

  • rosako
    rosako Year ago

    Спасибо Большое! Была самое лучшее видео о часе 😊. Теперь я всё понимаю! :)

  • Lubondo Chilekwa
    Lubondo Chilekwa Year ago

    У меня получилось понимать это урок 🙂

  • Хосе Э.
    Хосе Э. Year ago

    4:37
    08:05 - пять минут девятого.
    10:15 - четвёртый одиннадцатого.
    19:25 - двадцать пять минут двадцатого.
    09:10 - десять минут десятого.
    17:20 - двадцать минут восемнадцатого.
    20:15 - четвёртый _двадцати одного._

  • Jack Sparrow
    Jack Sparrow Year ago

    thank you

  • big rich texas
    big rich texas Year ago

    excellent

  • Simon Tolson
    Simon Tolson Year ago

    You explained it very well, but to have to think about the next number after what we would use in English and then have to change the case too is way too hard for me to use - so I will just say the numbers as they appear on my watch and make sure I never need to ask what time it is!

  • Murtaza Sultani
    Murtaza Sultani Year ago

    thanks my dear nika teacher

  • Max Williams
    Max Williams Year ago

    Why is the word for "ending (окончание)" possess the "ие" stem? Doesn't that signify pluralism? Shouldn't it be окончаний, and the plural version окончание? I'm just trying to dissect the language a bit further.

    • Isaac Pantti
      Isaac Pantti Year ago

      If you haven't seen already, there are a ton of Russian words with that ending and they are all neuter and follow that similar declension.

    • Max Williams
      Max Williams Year ago

      Ok, thanks!

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago +1

      окончание - singular form, neuter noun in Nominative case
      окончания - plural form

  • Rahib Yuzbashov
    Rahib Yuzbashov Year ago

    Perfect. Thank so much

  • Yesid Eduardo Sanchez Avila

    Hi Nika!
    When somebody ask me:
    when I watch Nika's videos?
    ...I will answer :
    There is no time to watch her videos!!..
    It is true, and it will give me time to learn how to say it with hour and minutes....
    Пока!

  • Hamed Ajab
    Hamed Ajab Year ago

    Сразу мой мозг зашёл за песню эндшпиля
    Половина пятого утра и мы сидим на закате :))

  • Mike Maliawco
    Mike Maliawco Year ago

    полдень и полночь полезно слова :D

  • Hassanain Saddi
    Hassanain Saddi Year ago

    Прекрасно молодец 💐💐💐

  • Daniel Lee
    Daniel Lee Year ago

    kinda confusing at first but doesn`t seem too hard

  • Patricia Vasquez
    Patricia Vasquez Year ago +3

    Nika...your English accent is so carismatic

  • Wassup GangGang
    Wassup GangGang Year ago

    Сколько тебе лет?

    • Wassup GangGang
      Wassup GangGang 4 months ago

      Blake Bondurant I don’t care, that was like a year ago and now I have a girlfriend

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago +3

      And how often do you date married women? 😁

    • Wassup GangGang
      Wassup GangGang Year ago

      If I was 10 years older, I would date you

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago

      Wassup GangGang 26

  • Zhol Goliath
    Zhol Goliath Year ago +1

    Always a pleasure to learn with you :)

  • Cannibal
    Cannibal Year ago

    Они замучаются с числительными)

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago +1

      Cannibal нет, студенты с уровнем А2 отлично справляются с этой темой, она не так сложна, как кажется)))