• Now, later, soon...
We've tried to create a list as wide as possible with words related to time. They're very useful because a single word gives a specific time reference to the person you are talking to. Now just listen and repeat:
Одну́ мину́ту, пожа́луйста
one minute, please
ad-nú mi-nú-tu, pa-zhá-lus-ta
• Yesterday, today, tomorrow
It's that simple. Here you'll learn how to say these three useful words. You'll be using the very often. We also recommend that you learn the days of the week (at the beginning of this section there's a video where you can listen to them):
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• The parts of the day
Thanks to something called "grammatical cases" (you don't need to learn this to use this phrasebook) one Russian word expresses something for which you need three words in English (for example "in the morning"). You can see it here: