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Ready, prepared in Russian 🇷🇺

in English in Russian S
ready, prepared готовый
How to say “ready, prepared” in Russian? “Готовый”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “готовый” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on ready, prepared in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Russian Sentences with the Word “Ready, prepared”

Russian sentence with “готовый” English translation for готовый S

Ты готов?

Are you ready?

Я не готова спать.

I am not ready(female) to sleep.

Анастасия готова пойти в супермаркет?

Is Anastasia ready to go to the supermarket?

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Think of the English word "go." When something is ready, it's good to go, which can be linked to "готовый" (gotovy).
– The root word "гов" can be associated with "go" in English, and "тов" can be remembered by thinking of "to," making you think of "ready to go."

– "Готовый" is an adjective in Russian that means ready or prepared.
– It declines based on gender, number, and case. For example, готов (gotov) for masculine singular, готова (gotova) for feminine singular, готово (gotovo) for neuter singular, and готовы (gotovy) for plural.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– готов (gotov) – masculine singular
– готова (gotova) – feminine singular
– готово (gotovo) – neuter singular
– готовы (gotovy) – plural

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In a casual or slang context, "готовый" can also mean exhausted or done for. For example, if someone says, "Я готов," it could sometimes imply that they are extremely tired or worn out in certain contexts.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. Он готов к экзамену. (On gotov k ekzameny.) – He is ready for the exam.
2. Она готова к работе. (Ona gotova k rabote.) – She is ready for work.
3. Мы готовы начать. (My gotovy nachatʹ.) – We are ready to start.
4. Обед готов. (Obed gotov.) – The dinner is ready.
5. Я готов, можно начинать. (Ya gotov, mozhno nachinatʹ.) – I'm ready, you can start.
6. После длинного дня, я был совсем готов. (Posle dlingogo dnya, ya byl sovsem gotov.) – After a long day, I was totally exhausted.

Romanized characters have been provided in parentheses for better understanding of pronunciation.

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