How to say "Everything’s gonna be alright" in Russian

Saying everything’s gonna be alright in Russian is very easy, have a look:

Всё бу́дет хорошо́.
[fsyo bú-deet ha-ra-shó]
Everything’s gonna be alright.

Всё is translated as all, everything.

Бу́дет means (it) will be.

And хорошо́ means good or well in Russian.

Let’s add don’t worry to the phrase:

Не пережива́й, всё бу́дет хорошо́.
[nye pee-ree-zhee-váî, fsyo bú-deet ha-ra-shó]
Don’t worry, everything’s gonna be alright. (informal, singular)

Не пережива́йте, всё бу́дет хорошо́.
[nye pee-ree-zhee-váî-tye, fsyo bú-deet ha-ra-shó]
Don’t worry, everything will be alright. (formal or plural)

Не волну́йся, всё бу́дет хорошо́.
[nye val-núî-sya, fsyo bú-deet ha-ra-shó]
Don’t worry, everything’s gonna be alright. (informal, singular)

Не волну́йтесь, всё бу́дет хорошо́.
[nye val-núî-tyes’, fsyo bú-deet ha-ra-shó]
Don’t worry, everything will be alright. (formal or plural)

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