6 Popular Russian idioms

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  • Published on Jan 11, 2019
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    If you want to learn more about Russian idioms, this video is for you! Today Vita will tell you about six popular Russian idioms, check it out! ;)
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Comments • 33

  • vladimir ivanov
    vladimir ivanov 2 months ago

    """""""Take else

  • uri black
    uri black 3 months ago

    You accent is really good did you take English as a child?

  • Diabuluskira
    Diabuluskira 6 months ago

    "Kогда рак на горе свистнет" in Serbian would be "Kad na vrbi rodi grožđe" (When grapes are born on willow if you translate it literaly to english) :)

  • Enrique Pomposo
    Enrique Pomposo 9 months ago

    Спасибо за видео. This was perfect. I would like to learn related vocabulary in context.

  • Irina Siberia
    Irina Siberia 9 months ago

    классно! Сделайте еще ролики по идиомам. Очень интересно!

  • John Blaszczyk
    John Blaszczyk 10 months ago

    Pretty good.

  • José Matias
    José Matias Year ago

    very useful video, thank for you kindness. I would like to see more videos like this.

  • Ayman Sayrafe
    Ayman Sayrafe Year ago +1

    Спасибо большое очень интересно

  • Effel Timpy
    Effel Timpy Year ago

    Привет! A topic I would LOVE to learn about is food! What is normal to eat at meals and what kinds of street foods are popular in Russia? Do Russians like foods that are influenced or come from different countries such as bubble tea or tacos? Спасибо большое! Очень интересное видео!

  • Рендй Рубан

    Your English is so fluent! Thank you for sharing this Vita and Alex.

  • Richard David
    Richard David Year ago +1

    This is the best tutorial for learning Russian. And the teacher is the best kind teacher. I learned a lot from her.

  • Richard David
    Richard David Year ago +1

    I listened you.

  • Ara Assim
    Ara Assim Year ago +1

    Мне очень понравилось, Молодец! Я изучаю русский язык сейчас в Санкт-Петербурге :)

  • Andreas Villalpando
    Andreas Villalpando Year ago +1

    большое спасибо

  • Yoko Baloon
    Yoko Baloon Year ago

    интересно

  • pkpk
    pkpk Year ago +3

    That was a nice video! :-)

  • K a m
    K a m Year ago +1

    Спасибо большое, I have shared it in a Russian language learning group. 👍

  • Gökhan Sünbül
    Gökhan Sünbül Year ago +4

    I have seen link of this video on Facebook group and i’ve clicked . Pronunciation in the video is so clear

  • Abiga
    Abiga Year ago +4

    this is what makes learning russian more interesting, nice one

  • Gollum Mullog
    Gollum Mullog Year ago +3

    About other topics, I'd be interested in the Russian relationship with the EU and their former CCCP brother countries and the development of the Christian (orthodox) church in Russia since the end of paganism there. But please do only videos about topics you'd like to present and you think are interesting for the whole audience!
    Спокойной ночи и приветствия с Германией!

    • PriwetGUYS: Russian language and culture
      PriwetGUYS: Russian language and culture  Year ago +1

      Thank you so much! Of course! And these topics are interesting so I think we will make videos about them :)
      Спокойной ночи, привет из России!

  • Gollum Mullog
    Gollum Mullog Year ago +3

    Видео красивые! I recognized the "making of elephants out of flies", because we've got the same one in German and I guess also many other European languages. Some time ago, I read some chapters in Erasmus from Rotterdam's "Adagia" in Latin and found out that a lot of Ancient Roman/Greek sayings have been integrated into modern European languages, especially Dutch and German.

    • PriwetGUYS: Russian language and culture
      PriwetGUYS: Russian language and culture  Year ago +3

      Спасибо! That is really nice to hear, I especially like the fact that this idiom is in German, too, it won't be a surprise for me when I continue learning German :) And you're also doing a great job!

  • Torgan
    Torgan Year ago +5

    Cпасибо большое, Вита, за полезный ролик ;) Могу от себя добавить, если это для тебя и других интересно, как выглядят эти идиомы на польском языке:
    ни пуха, ни пера - powodzenia! / połamania nóg!
    делать из мухи слона - robić z igły widły
    когда рак на горе свиснет - prędzej piekło zamarznie
    после дождичка в четверг - как выше
    белая ворона - czarna owca
    уйти по-английски - wyjść po angielsku

  • alparslan görmek
    alparslan görmek Year ago +2

    Thank you Sweetyepie