Lesson 2 - Greetings in Russian
The most typical greetings in Russian are :
Привет - Hi (unofficial)
Приветик (mostly used by girls) - Hi
Здравствуйте - Hello (official)
Доброе утро! - Good Morning!
Добрый день! - Good Afternoon!
Добрый вечер! - Good Evening!
It's a good thing to ask people how they're doing:
Как у вас дела? - How are you doing?
Как поживаете? - How have you been?
Какие у вас новости? - What's the news?
Чем вы занимаетесь? - What have you been doing?
Как у тебя дела? - How are you doing?
or simply - Как дела? - How are you?
Как поживаешь? - How have you been?
Какие новости? - What's the news?
Чем занимаешься? (Чем занимаетесь? - if addressing more than one) -
What have you been doing?
Asking about your friend's family:
Как семья? - How's your family?
Как родители? - How are your parents?
And about other things:
Как бизнес? - How's business?
Как самочувствие? How do you feel?
If you haven't met your friend for a lot time you might say:
Сколько лет, сколько зим! Haven't seen you for ages!
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