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Fortunately, happily in Russian 🇷🇺

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fortunately, happily к счастью
How to say “fortunately, happily” in Russian? “К счастью”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “к счастью” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on fortunately, happily in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– Break down the word: "к" (to) + "счастье" (happiness). Think of it as "towards happiness," indicating a fortunate or lucky event.
– Visualize a happy event, associate it with the phrase "к счастью."
– Connect "счастье" (happiness) to the English word "cheer," which is phonetically similar.

– "К счастью" is an adverbial phrase used to express a fortunate turn of events.
– It conveys the idea of something positive or lucky happening.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– "Удачно" (Udachno) – Luckily
– "Благополучно" (Blagopoluchno) – Successfully, Happily

Alternate Meanings like Slang:
– There are no direct slang meanings for "к счастью," but it’s used in both formal and informal contexts to convey relief or a positive outcome.

Examples of Sentences that Use It:
1. К счастью, дождь закончился перед началом парада.
– Ka schastyu, dozhd' zakonchilsya pered nachalom parada.
– Fortunately, the rain stopped before the parade started.

2. К счастью, у нас было достаточно еды для всех гостей.
– Ka schastyu, u nas bylo dostatochno edy dlya vsekh gostey.
– Luckily, we had enough food for all the guests.

3. К счастью, никто не пострадал в этом происшествии.
– Ka schastyu, nikto ne postradal v etom proisshestvii.
– Happily, no one was hurt in this incident.

4. К счастью, я успел на последний автобус.
– Ka schastyu, ya uspe'l na posledniy avtobus.
– Fortunately, I caught the last bus.

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