Russia Visa Always Leave to the Last Minute!

Rusya Vizesi

As a matter of fact, these Russian visa issues are a bit of a mess. “Come on, we understood that Europe, the United States put a visa on us, so who are these Russians who want a visa from us!” Don’t we give them their visas at the airport in two minutes? Even Putin said,… Continue reading Russia Visa Always Leave to the Last Minute!

Lesson 1 – Comprehending Russian Letters

Aisha Здравствуй, Мехмет! Zdrávstvuy, Mehmet! Hello! Jack Jack Здравствуй, Айше! Zdrávstvuy, Aisha! Hello, Ayesha! Aisha Ты учишь русский язык? What a pity? Do you learn Russian (language)? Jack Да, учу! А ты учишь? Da, fly! A Ti úçiş? Yes, I am learning! And are you learning? Aisha Я тоже! Ya tóje! So do I! Jack… Continue reading Lesson 1 – Comprehending Russian Letters

First need sentences

Thank you. Спасибо. spasiba. Thank you very much. Большое спасибо. balşoye spasibo. Nothing. Пожалуйста, Не за что. pajalusta, ne za şto. Yes. Да. also. No. Нет. nyet. Please. Пожалуйста. pajalusta. Here you are. Вот, пожалуйста. vot, paaluysta. I understand. Понимаю. panimayu. I don’t understand. Не понимаю. what a panimayu. I’m sorry, I don’t get it.… Continue reading First need sentences

Russian (Cyrillic) Alphabet

Russian, from the Slavic Languages, is a widely spoken language in Eurasia. Russian, along with Belarusian and Ukrainian, belongs to the East Slavic Languages subgroup of the Slavic Languages group of the Indo-European language family. 20. Russian, a politically important language of the United Nations, is one of the official languages of the United Nations.… Continue reading Russian (Cyrillic) Alphabet


Can I talk to Yelena? Можно поговорить с Еленой? Mojna pagavarit’s Yelenoy? Is Yelena available? Можно Елену? Mojna Yelenu? Is Yelena at home? Елена дома? Yelena doma? Hello. Yelena please. Здравствуйте. Елену, пожалуйста. Zdravstvuyte. Yelenu pajalusta. I need to talk to Yelena. Мне нужна Елена. Mne nujna Yelena. Who am I talking to? С кем… Continue reading Phone