20 ways to show SARCASM in Russian 🤨

  • Published on Feb 22, 2018
  • 20 samples of Sarcasm phrases in Russian that you can use in your speech with the context of their use!
    Sarcasm is one of the highest levels of irony, and it is impossible to create a full list of sarcastic phrases, but we have listed the most popular of them.
    The list of phrases:
    1 - Да неужели?!
    2 - Серьёзно?
    3 - Кэп (Очевидность)
    4 - Да быть не может!
    5 - Вот это новость!
    6 - Никогда бы не подумал(а)
    7 - Умница
    8 - Молодец
    9 - Красавчик (красотка)
    10 - А сможешь повторить?
    11 - Давай ещё разок!
    12 - Супер!
    13 - Отлично (великолепно)!
    14 - Какой сюрприз!
    15 - Спасибо за помощь!
    16 - Спасибо!
    17 - Не спеши (Я подожду)!
    18 - О, это будет весело!
    19 - Как смешно (обхохочешься)
    20 - Я так рад(а) за тебя!

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Comments • 30

  • Joey Lavoe
    Joey Lavoe 5 months ago

    Captain Obvious = No Shit Sherlock 🕵️‍♂️!

  • Mad Dog Charm
    Mad Dog Charm Year ago +1

    Ой, такая маленькая собака у вас есть. хаха ;)

  • anomaly xd 2020
    anomaly xd 2020 Year ago

    Да неужели???

  • Zulkifli Jamil
    Zulkifli Jamil Year ago +1

    Никогда бы не подумал, что изучение русского языка очень интересно.

  • ferruccio
    ferruccio Year ago

    another great lesson, very useful, but your dog in the end made it memorable.

  • Stephen Robey
    Stephen Robey Year ago +2

    A friend of mine has his own version of Captain Obvious :"No shit Sherlock".

  • Stephen Robey
    Stephen Robey Year ago

    Without any sarcasm whatsoever, that's lovely knitwear with cable Stitch and a great colour!

  • Rahul sisodia
    Rahul sisodia Year ago


  • Marco Merker
    Marco Merker Year ago +1

    Красотка 😎🤘🏼:)
    Очень полезно, спасибо:) Мне ещё нравится: «да, ты что»)))

  • Mark Wilson
    Mark Wilson Year ago

    How would you say "No shit, Sherlock!" Без говна, Шерлок?

    • Viktor Vlasov
      Viktor Vlasov Year ago

      Mark Wilson "Спасибо, кэп"

      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago

      Hi, Mark, I don't think we have an equivalent in Russian for this :))

    • Mark Wilson
      Mark Wilson Year ago

      (works best in English b/c of the alliteration)

  • Francis Srečko Fabian

    Отличное видео. Отлично. В самом деле. Я серьезно!

  • Adel Bugahous
    Adel Bugahous Year ago

    Does it have any sarcasm calling somebody "papa karla"??

    • BobleeSwaggner
      BobleeSwaggner 6 months ago

      @RU-LAND CLUB is *a* who is a hard worker, so if you use it *sarcastically* it would mean the person is lazy. I'm already typing in English so I won't bother switching, but thanks for the videos.
      Adel Bugahous- *Would it be/is it considered sarcastic to call someone..*?

      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago +1

      Adel Bugahous Папа Карло is the person who works hardly a lot (Pinokio's father), so if to use it as sarcasm, I think it will mean that a person is lazy. F. E. - Я сегодня целый день только смотрел фильмы и ел бутерброды. - Да ты просто Папа Карло!

  • Tatiana Klimova
    Tatiana Klimova Year ago +1

    Ещё одно классное видео ;-).

      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago

      Спасибо большое, Танечка! :)

  • Barbarah Vale
    Barbarah Vale Year ago +1

    Very good your videos! I will definitely keep watching 😊

  • James Bailes
    James Bailes Year ago +1

    hahahaha! That was funny!

  • Nick Stanbridge
    Nick Stanbridge Year ago +2

    I think facial expressions are very important for sarcasm 😁. Это отличное видео, спасибо!

    • Nick Stanbridge
      Nick Stanbridge Year ago

      RU-LAND CLUB - вы отлично поработали!

      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago +1

      Nick Stanbridge да-да-да, я постаралась)))) спасибо!

  • Rod_ Xav
    Rod_ Xav Year ago +3

    Спасибо за видео Ника! Я думаю что это видео выло очень хорошо, интересное и полезное...!!👍🏻👍🏻👌🏻👌🏻 I hope you understand my comment; I'm new to russian, but certainly, I'm commited to it... I really like your work, keep up with it!

  • Muhammad Yasir
    Muhammad Yasir Year ago +3

    Du bist sehr sehr nette frau ❤
    ich liebe dich ❤

  • Jatin Agarwal
    Jatin Agarwal Year ago +1

    Sarcasm is all about the tone. It's same in every language I feel. This short video really gives you other words by your own self. I can think of so many just by looking at the first few words in this video. At this point I feel its just about vocabulary for me.

      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago

      Yes, sure, as I said it is impossible to speak about a special vocabulary list for the sarcasm only, all these words can be sarcastic only in some certain context :)