Hello everybody! In today’s episode you’ll learn what it means to ‘sew oneself up’ and how to express your lack of time in Russian.
Hello everybody! Marry Christmas and Happy New Year! 🙂
Did you know that Russians use Christmas tree to swear? Learn more from today’s episode…
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Hello everyone! This episode brings us back to the topic or lies and liars. In today’s podcast you’ll learn what it means ‘to lead by the nose’ and ‘to rub the glasses in’, as well as how somebody can come out of the water dry. Continue reading
The topic of today’s episode is “telling lies”. As usual, we’ll learn a few expressions that Russians use talking about liars and look at some examples. Continue reading
Hi everybody! I wish I could publish podcasts more often as I have a long list of words and expressions I’d like to tell you about, but let’s take it as it comes. Today I’m sharing with you a catchy phrase from my mom’s favorite movie of USSR times. With a bonus – the movie itself in the end of the podcast, with Russian subtitles. Hope you’ll enjoy it. 🙂
Hello everyone! Learn who has seven Fridays in the week, and what does it mean, when your Friday is sticking out from under your Saturday, from this episode of very much Russian podcast.
Here is a new dose of Russian. In this episode we discuss four interesting expressions that will definitely enrich your Russian vocabulary. 🙂
Hello! Here is a new episode of “Очень по-русски” bringing you new very much Russian vocabulary. Today we are counting crows and telling a couple of kind ones to people with holey hands… Confusing a bit? Then let’s not delay starting the episode!
Hello everyone! In this episode we are talking about two Russian expressions: “запахло жареным” and “наломать дров”. As it often happens they mean not what they seem to mean. So let’s clarify it once and for all. 🙂