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How do you say...?

You're welcome!

Alice Val Alice Val (2) on 19/11/15

How to say "You're welcome" in Russian?



In more informal settings, it is common to say "Не за что"



Alice Val Alice Val (2) on 13/01/16

Just one addition. "Не за что" means "not for what". So, it's close to "not at all". We pronounce it like "nYE zah shtuh" (the "YE" is stressed). We say it instead of "пожалуйста" in a more casual situation, or when it was not difficult for us to do something.

"You're welcome" in Russian is "пожалуйста".

We pronounce it like "puh-zhUH-loos-tuh".

By the way, "please" in Russian is also "пожалуйста" :).



Richard Rajk Richard Rajk (0) on 26/04/16

I enjoy how Alice puts words in Russian AND it's English phonetic way to fully understand just how to pronounce the word of phrase...this is my first post...thanks

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