Today we will touch a little bit of psychology… In this podcast you will learn how to say in Russian about someone who is too well off for his own good.
What are we going to talk about today? A bit about cats, a bit about troubles and about conversations in conclusion. Four Russian expressions for you to learn in today’s episode. Listen to the audio and observe your Russian getting more and more natural.
The list of today’s phrases with their translation is in the end of the post.
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Today we’ll continue expand your ‘Russian drinking vocabulary’ and learn some more phrases related with alcohol. Listen to the audio and move your Russian to the next level!
All today’s expressions are listed in the end of the post with their translation in English.
Today we’ll discuss three Russian expressions: шаром покати, голяк, полная чаша. Do you know what do they mean in Russian? If you don’t, listen to this episode and learn it, if you do… well, listen to it too and practice your listening skills!
As always, the expressions of this episode are listed after the transcript.
How to say in Russian that something is writ large on one’s face? Learn from today’s podcast.
The list of Russian expressions used in this podcast is in the end of the transcript.
Dogs are participants of a bunch of Russian expressions and idioms. Today we’ll take a look at some of them and also learn what накосячить means in Russian slang. Listen to the audio as many times as you need till the words sound natural. In the end of the post you’ll find the list of today’s expressions with their translation in English.
Today we discuss some Russian idioms related with teeth (ни в зуб ногой, держать язык за зубами, не по зубам, точить зубы). You’ll also learn some words which have to do with work and smacking on the face.
The most interesting Russian words and expressions are listen in the end of the post. Listen to the audio and take your Russian to the next level!
Does fish need an umbrella? And does a dog need the fifth leg? Today we are talking about unnecessary and useless things and learn some Russian idioms related to that.
Today we continue learning Russian idioms related to human’s body organs and the topic of this podcast is the eyes. Russians use eyes describing a lot of situations. Let’s learn some of these very Russian expressions and practice your listening skills with audio.
The topic of today’s podcast is heart. We’ll are going to learn some Russian expressions and idioms where heart is mentioned. All these idioms are listed and translated in English in the end of the transcription.