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Please, you’re welcome in Russian 🇷🇺

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please, you’re welcome пожалуйста
How to say “please, you’re welcome” in Russian? “Пожалуйста”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “пожалуйста” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on please, you’re welcome in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Russian Sentences with the Word “Please, you’re welcome”

Russian sentence with “пожалуйста” English translation for пожалуйста S


You’re welcome.

Говорите медленно пожалуйста.

Speak slowly, please.

Повторите это пожалуйста.

Repeat it please.

Пожалуйста, остановитесь здесь.

Please stop here.

Можешь мне помочь, пожалуйста?

Could you help me, please?

Пожалуйста, отвезите меня по этому адресу.

Please drive me to this address.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Пожалуйста" sounds like "pa-ZHA-lus-ta". You can break it down into sounds like "Pa-ZHA-loosta" to make it easier to remember.
– It includes "ж" which is a soft "zh" sound that is uncommon in English but adds a distinct flavor.

– "Пожалуйста" (pozhaluysta) is a versatile word in Russian that can mean both "please" and "you're welcome."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Пли-и-и-з" (pleeez) – A borrowed slang from English "please," but used humorously and informally.
– "Прошу" (proshu) – A more formal way to say "please," often used in polite requests.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In very informal settings, some people use "пли-и-и-з" (pleeez) mimicking the English "please," but it is generally considered playful or humorous.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. Please:
– Можете, пожалуйста, передать соль? (Mozhete, pozhaluysta, peredat' sol?) – Can you please pass the salt?
– Заходите, пожалуйста. (Zakhodite, pozhaluysta.) – Please, come in.

2. You're welcome:
– Спасибо за помощь! – Пожалуйста. (Spasibo za pomoshch! – Pozhaluysta.) – Thank you for your help! – You're welcome.
– Большое спасибо! – Пожалуйста. (Bol'shoe spasibo! – Pozhaluysta.) – Thank you very much! – You're welcome.

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пожалуйста info.

Tips to remember the Russian word "пожалуйста":
– Break it down into smaller parts: "пожа-луй-ста".
– Think of "please" as a polite request, and link "пожа" with "paja" (as in "pajamas"), "луй" with "loo" (a British term for toilet), and "ста" with "sta" (part of "stand").
– Imagine asking someone for a favor while in pajamas in front of the loo and you are standing.

– "Пожалуйста" (pozhaluysta) is used both for "please" when making a request and for "you're welcome" as a polite response to thanks.
– The term is highly versatile and can also represent granting permission or offering something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Будьте добры" (bud'te dobry) – literally "be kind" but used as "please."
– "Прошу" (proshu) – another form of "please," more formal.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In colloquial speech, "пожалуйста" can sometimes be used sarcastically, like if you grant someone a favor but emphasize the effort it took.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– When asking for something: "Можно мне воды, пожалуйста?" (Mozhno mne vody, pozhaluysta?) – "Can I have some water, please?"
– When responding to thanks: "Спасибо за помощь." "Пожалуйста." (Spasibo za pomoshch. Pozhaluysta.) – "Thank you for the help." "You're welcome."
– Offering assistance: "Проходите, пожалуйста." (Prokhodite, pozhaluysta.) – "Come in, please."

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