If you want to greet your acquaintance or friend, you can say “Привет!” (“Privet!”) instead of “Hi!”. “Hello!” means “Здравствуйте!” ( “Zdravstvuyte!”). It’s an official greeting. “Hey!” means “Здорово!” (“Zdarova!”) or “Привет!”. It’s a friendly greeting (informal).
The type of letters is significantly different from typographical font. Russian printed italic font developed under the handwriting. The letter is carried out with a slope slants of the letters, while the letters in the words are interconnected. The style of uppercase and lowercase letters is different. There are no capital letters for the letters… Read More »
Привет! Hi! My name is Andrew. I live in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. I started this blog to move from interestingaboutrussia.blogspot.com to self-hosted blog. I write articles about travel destinations, tourist attractions in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other cities, nature, food, music, movies, Russian language, business (companies, banks). You can submit travel guest post about any travel… Read More »