You’re Welcome in Russian. How Do You Say You’re Welcome in Russian

A polite response to “Thank you!” is “You’re welcome!” which means “Пожалуйста!” (“Pozhaluysta!”). Say it if you accept one’s gratitude. You can also say “Не за что!” (“Ne za chto!”) if you want to make it clear that it was easy for you to do something for that person.

If you want to emphasize that the person did you a favour by asking you something, you can say “Тебе спасибо!” (“Tebe spasibo!”).

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