Russian adverbs

Learn Russian adverbs from our series “Russian Word of the Week“. Every word comes with two examples and audio.

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по́здно [pózd-na] Adverb
late
го́рько [gór'-ka] Adverb
bitterly; the exclamation of the guests at the wedding table calling for the newlyweds to kiss
хо́лодно [hó-lad-na] Adverb
it is cold, coldly
за́втра [záft-ra] Adverb
tomorrow
ско́ро [skó-ra] Adverb
soon
сего́дня [see-vód-nya] Adverb
today
давно́ [dav-nó] Adverb
a long time ago
жа́рко [zhár-ka] Adverb
hot, it's hot
далеко́ [da-lee-kó] Adverb
far away, a long way off
о́птом [óp-tam] Adverb
wholesale, in bulk
сты́дно [stýd-na] Adverb
it is shameful, it is a shame
вчера́ [fchee-rá] Adverb
yesterday
да́ром [dá-ram] Adverb
for nothing, free (of charge); in vain, to no purpose
мо́лча [mól-cha] Adverb
silently, in silence, without a word
осторо́жно [as-ta-rózh-na] Adverb
carefully, cautiously; with care!; be careful!; watch out!
босико́м [ba-see-kóm] Adverb
barefoot
я́сно [yás-na] Adverb
clear; (it is) fine (about the weather)
враспло́х [vrasp-lóh] Adverb
unawares, unexpectedly, by surprise

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