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91. Beautiful, attrctive...ugly.




92. She is tall. Her height is 179 cm.




93. The 1st, the 2nd, the 3rd ... Ordinal Numbers in Russian.




94. How to say in Russian "Young, elderly, middle aged" and more.

[srEdn-ee-vᴧ    vOzrᴧstᴧ] – cре́днего во́зраста – middle aged

[vOzrᴧst] – во́зраст – age

[mᴧlᴧdOy] – молодо́й – young

[mOlᴧdᴧ     viglyᴧd-ee-t’] – мо́лодо вы́глядеть – to look young

[pᴧzh-ee-lOy] – пожило́й – elderly




95. How to say in Russian "He is blond", "She is brunette" and more.

[blᴧnd-EE-n] - Блонди́н – he is blond

[blᴧnd-EE-nkᴧ] - Блонди́нка – she is blonde

[br’y-oo-næt] - Брюне́т – he is brunet, dark-haired

[br’y-oo-nætkᴧ] - Брюне́тка – she is brunette

[r-OO-sᴧyᴧ] - Ру́сая – she has light-brown hair

[r-OO-siy] - Ру́сый – he has light-brown hair

[rizhevᴧlOsiy] - Ры́жеволо́сый – he is read-headed

[rizhevᴧlOsᴧyᴧ] - Ры́жеволо́сая – she is read-headed

[s-ee-dOy] - Седо́й – he is gray-haired

[s-ee-dAyᴧ] - Седа́я – she is gray-haired




96. How to say in Russian "Slim, Thin or Large". Body Shape.

[h-oo-dOy] – худо́й – thin (m.)

[h-oo-dAyᴧ] – худа́я – thin (f.)

[strOyniy] – стро́йный – slim (m.)

[strOynᴧyᴧ] – стро́йная – slim (f.)

[pOlniy] – по́лный – large (m.)

[pOlnᴧyᴧ] – по́лная – large, plump (f.)

[tOlstiy] – то́лстый – stout, overweight; thick, heavy (m.)

[tOlstᴧyᴧ  kn-ee-gᴧ] – то́лстая кни́га – a thick book




97. Boris and Marina.



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98. How to say in Russian "It is not allowed..."



[n-ee-l’zyA] – нельзя́ – one must not; it is not allowed; it is impossible

[bez  dr-OO-zhbi  zh-ee-t’  n-ee-l’zyA] – Без дру́жбы жить нельзя́. – It's impossible to live without friendship

[dr-OO-zhba] – дру́жба – friendship

[zdes’  n-ee-l’zyA  k-oo-r-EE-t’] – Здесь нельзя́ кури́ть. – Smoking is not allowed here.

[k-oo-r-EE-t’] – кури́ть – to smoke

[mne  n-ee-l’zyA  gavar-EE-t’  ||  -oo-  m-ee-nyA  bal-EE-t  gOrla] – Мне нельзя́ говорит́ь. У меня́ боли́т го́рло.I can’t talk (I am not allowed to talk). I have a sore throat.

[-ee-m-OO- n-ee-l’zyA  pazvan-EE-t’ || -oo-  n-ee-vO  n’et  t-ee-l-ee-fOna] – Ему́ нельзя́ позвони́ть. У него́ нет телефо́на.It is not possible to call him. He doesn’t have a phone.

[pazvan-EE-t’] – позвони́ть – to phone, to call, to ring

 




99. How to say in Russian "It is allowed...", "One may...", "One can..."

[mOzhna] мо́жно it is allowed, it’s possible, one can, one may

[zdEs’  mOzhna   k-oo-r-EE-t’] Здесь мо́жно кури́ть – Smoking is allowed here.

[mOzhna  spras-EE-t’] Мо́жно спроси́ть? May I ask?

[mOzhna  vayt-EE-] Мо́жно войти́? May I came in?

[mne  mOzhna  vayt-EE-] Мне мо́жно войти́? Маy I come in?

[-oo-  n-ee-vO  bal’nOye  sErtse  no  yem-OO-  mOznha  p-ee-t’   kOfe]

У него́ больно́е се́рдце, но ему́ мо́жно пить кофе́

He has heart problems  but he may (he is allowed to) drink coffee.

[mOzhna] Можно? – May I?

[mne  mOznha  s  n-ee-m   pagavar-EE-t’] Мне мо́жно с ним поговори́ть? May I talk to him?

[-ee-vAn-oo-   mOzhna   zan-ee-mAt’sya  spOrtam] Ивану́ мо́жно занима́ться спо́ртом Ivan can do sport (he is allowed)





100. How to say in Russian "Have a nice weekend"

[harOsh-ee-h  vihadnih] Хоро́ших выходны́х – Have a nice weekend

[harOsh-ee-h  t-ee-bE  vihadnih] Хоро́ших тебе́ выходны́х Have a nice weekend

[harOsh-ee-h  vam vihadnih] Хоро́ших Вам выходны́х – Have a nice weekend

[vihadnOy] Выходно́й – a day-off, holiday

[vihadniye] Выходны́е – weekend, days-off, holidays

[harOsh-ee-va  dnya] Хоро́шего дня – Have a nice day

[harOsh-ee-va  t-ee-bE  dnya] Хоро́шего тебе́ дня – Have a nice day

[harOsh-ee-va  vam  dnya] Хоро́шего Вам дня – Have a nice




    






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