- Feb 17, 2020
once upon a time (lit.: they lived - they were)
- Feb 14, 2020
- Feb 10, 2020
light, slight, easy
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Every day we publish a new Russian word or phrase with two examples and audio. In order to make our "Russian Word of the Day" interesting not only to beginners, but also to intermediate and advanced Russian learners, we try to mix simple and basic Russian words with the words that anyone would be happy to know. For example, the category "Russian expressions" includes the words and phrases that are inherent in conversational Russian speech, so adding them to your vocabulary can make you sound very much Russian.
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