FAQ: How To Say What Are You Doing In Russian?

What’s up in Russian slang?

What’s up? (Lit.: What’s the news?) – ́? How is it?

What are some cool Russian words?

Unique Russian words

  • pochemuchka.: (n) one who asks too many questions.
  • perepodvypodvert. _: (n) sth.
  • nedoperepil.: (v) under-over-drunk.
  • toska.: (n) ache of soul, longing with nothing to long for.
  • poshlost’ _: (n) sth.
  • kapel.
  • dacha.
  • glazomer.

What does Bomba mean in Russian?

8. [bomba] – “Amazing” This word is very similar to the English word “bomb” and they actually have the same meaning. However, also means “the bomb” or “amazing” when used casually.

How do u say hi what are u doing in Spanish?

One is “ ¿Qué estás haciendo? ” (it literally means “What are you doing?” in Spanish). The other one is “¿Qué hacés?”.

What to say instead of what you doing?

Here are some alternatives:

  • What are you doing lately?
  • What are you doing with your life?
  • What are you up to lately?
  • How is it going these days?
  • How is it going lately?

What to say when someone say what are you doing?

Ways how to respond to what are you doing when your crush/partner asks via SMS.

  1. 01“I’m just here thinking about you.”
  2. 02“Not you, unfortunately.”
  3. 03 “Watching [insert TV show/movie].
  4. 04“Trying to figure out when you’re finally going to ask me out.”
  5. 05 “Just playing with [insert pet name and picture].
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What are basic Russian words?

Essential Russian Phrases

  • Yes – (da)
  • No – (nyet)
  • Please – (poZHAlusta)
  • Thank you – (spaSIbo)
  • You’re welcome. –. ( ne za chto)
  • Enjoy (often used instead of “you’re welcome” for food) – (na zdaROVye)
  • I’m sorry. –. (
  • Excuse me. –. (

What does Privyet mean?

The informal way of saying “hello” in Russian is privyet! (pree-vyet) It’s similar to the English “hi,” and you should be on pretty familiar terms with a person before you use this greeting.

What’s the most common Russian name?

The most popular baby names in Russia in 2019 were Alexander and Sofia. Interestingly, some traditional Russian names are popular across all the ex-Soviet republics, in particular Alexander, Sergey, Maksim and Andrey; and Anna, Olga, Sofia and Anastasia.

How do you kiss in Russia?

Women generally kiss people three times on alternating cheeks starting on the left. Male friends may hug one another or give each other a pat on the back. An old superstition advises that you should never greet someone by shaking hands or kissing them whilst on the threshold of the doorstep.

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