Lesson #1 - Thank You!

June 9th, 2008

Learn Russian travel phrases with SurvivalPhrases.com! A little Russian can go such a long way! Whether you’re traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, SurvivalPhrases.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! Today we cover a high frequency Russian phrase sure to be of use on your trip, travels or vacation to Russia. Today’s Survival Phrase is spasiba, the most common way to say thank you in Russia. To learn more about Russian culture and Russian phrases be sure to stop by SurvivalPhrases.com before you set out on your trip to Russia!

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11 responses to “Thank You!”

20 11 2008
Ian B (00:45:31) :

These courses are good, the way they break down the words is great. Just wish they would finish off the Russian course.

4 03 2009
Grace (06:54:20) :

It’s useful, but I found just as much info with another podcast that was free (i just want the PDF’s so that i can see the word also). Also, what about writing in Russian. The symbols are differet and i would like to learn more about them.

5 04 2009
G.c. (21:43:10) :

:shock: Not very iPodTouch friendly, can’t get PDF 2 show
while listening to dialog..
The Plus is; I like very much how syllables are broken down.
The minus is; I think the Basic Greetings, Introductions, &
Directions should come first, as that always seems the
biggest thing people need most.

11 08 2009
Rebecca D. (06:42:01) :

Easy to follow, great for ipod nano! I have learned quite a bit so far and I love it!

25 09 2009
Deanna K. (22:26:16) :

I love this podcast. Clear speaking voice. The way the words are slowly broken down. I can hear each distinct letter, which really helps me learn the writing as well.

I do wish the later pdfs had included the Cyrillic spellings of each word as well. The translit isn’t going to help much when trying to sight read signs.

I hope that more of these lessons will be available. Although I can use the other many sources I found, this has proven to be my favorite.

8 10 2009
rosie (19:40:04) :

I have the one minute russian podcast as well and this is so much better because it gives the meanings of the seperate words and is just Grouse, lovin it sick

10 03 2010
jamie (03:25:52) :

I am able to set the iPod on repeat / very helpful to have the short lessons and the breakdown by syllable.
The music makes me feel like I am already in Russia! :-)

7 06 2010
Katerina (01:20:16) :

There are one mistake. In real life russian people tell :Spasobo, not spasiba.

2 05 2011
Catherine (12:32:09) :

I think it’s good for beginners but sometimes thinking is there any rules of the sound changing of alphabet pronunciation. I feel it’s hard for me to learn clearly if I don’t know how to pronounce the alphabet.

10 06 2011
Maria (02:15:11) :

Katerina is not right.
I am a native Russian.
His pronunciation is a native Russian one.

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