Russian word of the day: Когда

Dec 20, 2017

How to say 

"When" in Russian

когда́

kag-dá

Adverb , or conjunction

when

Examples

  • Когда́ у тебя́ бу́дет вре́мя поговори́ть?

    kag-dá u tee-byá bú-deet vryé-mya pa-ga-va-réet'

    When will you have time to talk?

  • Скажи́ мне, когда́ зако́нчишь.

    ska-zhée mnye, kag-dá za-kón-cheesh

    Tell me when you're done.

Additional examples

More Russian sentences with the words that contain "когда".

  • Ты когда́ успе́л жени́ться?

    ty kag-dá us-pyél zhee-née-tsa

    When did you have time to get married?

  • Ми́ша - тря́пка, у него́ никогда́ на э́то ду́ху не хва́тит.

    mée-sha - tryáp-ka, u nee-vó nee-kag-dá na é-ta dú-hu nye hvá-teet

    Misha is a wimp, he will never have guts for it.

  • Когда́ у тебя́ о́тпуск?

    kag-dá u tee-byá ót-pusk

    When is your vacation?

  • Он никогда́ никуда́ не опа́здывает.

    on nee-kag-dá nee-ku-dá nye a-páz-dy-va-eet

    He is never late (nowhere).

  • Терпе́ть не могу́, когда́ ты так говори́шь!

    teer-pyét nye na-gú, kag-dá ty tak ga-va-réesh

    I can't stand it when you say that!

  • Никогда́ бы не поду́мала, что тако́е мо́жет случи́ться.

    nee-kag-dá by nye pa-dú-ma-la chto ta-kó-ye mó-zhet slu-chée-tsa

    I would never have thought that this could happen.

  • Когда́ я вошла́, они́ жа́рко о чём-то спо́рили.

    kag-dá ya vash-lá, a-nee zhár-ka a chyóm-ta spó-ree-lee

    When I came in, they were heatedly arguing about something.

  • Ты когда́-нибудь пры́гал с парашю́том?

    ty kag-dá nee-bút' prý-gal s pa-ra-shú-tam

    Have you ever jumped with a parachute?

  • Ка́ждый раз, когда́ я его́ спра́шиваю о его́ рабо́те, он меня́ет те́му разгово́ра.

    kázh-dyî raz, kag-dá ya ye-vó sprá-shee-va-yu o ye-vó ra-bó-tye, on mee-nyá-eet tyé-mu raz-ga-vó-ra

    Every time I ask him about his work, he changes the subject of the conversation.

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всегда́ [vseeg-dá] Adverb
always
нра́виться [nrá-vee-tsa] Verb , imperfective
to be liked
челове́к [chee-la-vyék] Noun , masculine
person, man, human being, individual
ма́ло [má-la] Adverb
little, not enough, not much

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