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Young in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
1. Mnemonic: Imagine a "mole" (similar to "моло") that is a "toy" ("дой" sounds like "toy") for a young person.
2. Phonetic similarity: "Молодой" sounds like "molodoy," which could remind you of "moldy." You might think of "mold" being something only the young would foolishly touch or the fact that it is still “young” in its lifecycle.

– "Молодой" (molodoy) is an adjective in Russian that primarily means young in age or new. It is used to describe someone or something that is youthful or not old.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
1. Юный (yuny) – used to describe someone who is in their teenage years or very young.
2. Непожилой (nepozhiloy) – literally means "not old," used formally to indicate someone who is relatively young.
3. Молодёжный (molodjozhnyi) – something related to youth or young generation, commonly used for things like "youth culture" or "youth programs."

Alternate Meanings (Slang):
1. Молодец (molodets) – often used to commend someone, akin to saying "well done" or "good job," though it originates from the word relating to youth.
2. Молодняк (molodnyak) – usually refers to a group of young people or animals.

Examples of Sentences:
1. Он молодой учитель. (On molodoy uchitel.)
– He is a young teacher.

2. В молодости она много путешествовала. (V molodosti ona mnogo puteshestvovala.)
– In her youth, she traveled a lot.

3. Молодой спортсмен выиграл золотую медаль. (Molodoy sportsmen vyigral zolotuyu medal.)
– The young athlete won a gold medal.

4. Они поженились, когда были очень молодыми. (Oni pozhenilis', kogda byli ochen' molodymi.)
– They got married when they were very young.

5. Ты такой молодой! (Ty takoy molodoy!)
– You are so young!

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