How to Count in Russian
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How to Count in Russian

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What Will I Learn?
  • Count in Russian
  • Name days of week and months
  • Ask and answer about time, age and price
  • Talk about weather
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Welcome to my short course about numbers and counting in Russian. Today you will get the opportunity to get involved with figures and numbers of the Russian language, to use them in a correct way, not to feel excited or frustrated when saying about price or time. 

Master Russian numbers right now!

At the end of this course you will be able to count in Russian, to name and use days of a week, months, parts of a day. You will be able to ask and answer questions about price and age, time and weather. 

Spend just 1 hour of your time and get the result!

Who is the target audience?
  • Absolute beginners in Russian
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Curriculum For This Course
24 Lectures
Counting in Russian
24 Lectures 01:11:39

What is the difference between ГОДА and ЛЕТ answering the question Сколько Вам (тебе) лет? 

How old are you?
1 question

  1. Choose the correct answer or answers.

- Сколько тебе лет?

How old are you?
1 question

Lecture 5.

  1. How old are you?

- Сколько Вам лет? - Сколько тебе лет?

Tell the difference between these two questions. Answer these questions.

Which grammar case do you use when answering

How old are you?
1 question

Read and translate the dialogue:

- Сколько тебе лет?

- Мне? Мне много лет.

- Сколько?

- Я уже старый.

- Сколько тебе лет??!

- Успокойся. Мне 30 (тридцать) лет.

* успокойся –keep calm/take it easy

Old or Young?
1 question

Lecture 6.

Make positive and negative answers the following questions:

Like in English: Are you young? - Yes, I am (No, I’m not).

  • Ты молодой? Ты молодая?

  • Ты старый? Ты старая?

Answer why we change endings of adjectives?

Old or Young?
1 question

Lecture 7.

Lecture 8.

Lecture 9.

Lecture 10.

Lecture 11.

Remember the days of week:

понедельник, вторник, среда, четверг, пятница, суббота, воскресенье

Which words are masculine, which – feminine and which ones – neuter?

Write down in Russian what is the day of week today, what day will be tomorrow and what day was yesterday.

- Какой день недели сегодня? What day of week is today?

- Какой день недели будет завтра? What day of week will be tomorrow?

- Какой день недели был вчера? What day of week was yesterday?


Сегодня понедельник. Завтра будет вторник. Вчера было воскресенье.

Сегодня …

Завтра …

Вчера …

Answer: when do we use the verb БЫТЬ and its conjugations? Do we use in Present Tense?

Days of a week
1 question

Lecture 12.

Lecture 13.

Lecture 14.

Make impersonal constructions as follows:

Сегодня холодно. Завтра будет холодно. Вчера было холодно.



Вчера ...

Answer what parts of speech the words “холодно, тепло, жарко” are.

1 question

Lecture 15.

Lecture 16.

When do we use the Prepositional case? When is your birthday?

- Когда у тебя день рождения?

- В октябре.

Why do we say here – у тебя? What does it mean? If we use – у вас - what it will mean?

1 question

Lecture 17.

Lecture 18.

Lecture 19.

What time is it now?
2 questions

What time is it now?
1 question

Lecture 20.

Lecture 21.

Lecture 22.

How much does it cost?
2 questions

Lecture 23.

Decline the personal pronoun Я

Personal pronouns
1 question

Repeat the numbers from 1 to 10 in Russian and fill in the blanks after the numerals with their correct names.

Note: Plus is плюс, Minus is минус, Equals is равно.

3 ______________ + (плюс) 4________________ = (равно) 7 ________________

1 _______________+ (плюс) 2 ________________= (равно) __________________

8 ______________- (минус) 3 ________________= (равно) ____________________

10 _____________- (минус) 5 ________________= (равно) ___________________

6 ______________ + (плюс) 3 _________________= (равно) ___________________

1 question

Conjugate the verb БЫТЬ in Past and Future Tenses.

Pay attention: verbs in Russian conjugate in persons in Present and Future Tenses and conjugate in genders in Past Tense.

1 question

Answer these questions. Use positive and negative answers when it’s possible.

Какой день был вчера? -

Какой день сегодня? –

Какой день будет завтра? –

Сегодня тепло? –

Вчера было холодно? –

Завтра будет жарко? –

Сколько тебе лет? –

1 question

Remember the months:

январь, февраль, март, апрель, май, июнь, июль, август, сентябрь, октябрь, ноябрь, декабрь

Use this adverbs:

холодно, жарко, тепло

and make the phrases according to the sample:

В январе холодно. В январе было холодно. В январе будет холодно.

В феврале…

В марте…

1 question

Use the following verbs and tell about your ordinary day in numbers.

вставать (to get up), умываться (to wash) , завтракать (to have breakfast), идти на работу (to go to work), обедать (to have lunch), идти домой (to go home), ужинать (to have dinner), смотреть телевизор (to watch TV), ложиться спать (to go to bed).

Note: don’t forget to look through the list of verb conjugations. If you doubt – just specify the details.

Я встаю в 7 часов утра.

Я завтракаю в ...

1 question

Lecture 24.
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