Давай (Davai) - Let's, Sure, Come on, Bye

Russian Podcast for Beginners
  

The Russian word "Davai" (or its formal counterpart "Davaite") might look short but it has a whole lot of meanings. Listen to this podcast to learn them all, starting with "Let's", as in "Let's do it" to "Come on!" and "Bye!".

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Podcast

The full podcast is 6 minutes 08 seconds long. Enjoy!

Vocabulary

Russian word   English translation   Pronunciation
давайlet's, let us (informal)da-VAI
давайтеlet's, let us (formal or plural)da-VAI-teh
Давай!Come on! (to persuade, motivate, hurry up, etc.)da-VAI
Давай.OK, sure (to show your agreement)da-VAI
-теan ending which makes the word formal or plural-tyeh
(Ну,) Давай!(Well, ) Bye! (informal)da-VAI
Давай пойдем в Кремль.Let's go to the Kremlin.da-VAI pai-DYOM v Kryehml
Здравствуй!Hello! (informal)ZDRAH-stvooy
Здравствуйте!Hello! (formal/polite or plural)ZDRAH-stvooy-tyeh

Russian greetings

Davai is not the only way to say Bye-bye in Russian. Learn more formal and informal Russian greetings including Privet and Kak dela.






































































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