Podcast – Shopping in Russia

Russian_ShoppingDo You Know How To Say: How Much Does It Cost? In Russian Language?

At this Episode of Russian Language Learning Club podcast you will hear an exciting dialog between two persons. One of them has just bought a new phone and telling to other how much does it cost and etc.

We use the most common words and phrases of spoken Russian language to help you learn it naturally and easily.

After the dialog there is a vocabulary section in which we translate every word of the dialog to give you a chance to understand the dialog perfectly.

Listen to this dialog and vocabulary section several times – and grow your fluency in Russian Language!

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  1. July 5, 2016 at 1:40 pm #

    There are many phrases and words in English to ask about a product price for e.g we say how much for this, what’s the price for this and for how much, do we do the same like with Russian?

    Posted by John Andrew
    • November 20, 2016 at 4:43 pm #

      Hi John!
      сколько стоит = skOl’ko stOit? = how much is that? what’s the price?
      Also we ususally ask “PochYOm?” – it has the same meaning, but much more informal.

      Posted by Oleg Vinzhegin

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