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Russian translation: Спасибо (spasibo)

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15:32 Jan 18, 2001
English to Russian translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Thank You
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ashley
Russian translation:Спасибо (spasibo)
Explanation:
The most common word for "thank you" is спасибо (spasibo). Sometimes, you may also hear благодарю (blagodaryu), which means the same
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na +1Спасибо (spasibo)EAST
naпожалуйстаSerge
naСпасибо
Vladislav Madan
naSPASIBOartyan


  

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7 mins peer agreement (net): +1
Спасибо (spasibo)


Explanation:
The most common word for "thank you" is спасибо (spasibo). Sometimes, you may also hear благодарю (blagodaryu), which means the same

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Vladislav Madan

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8 mins
Спасибо


Explanation:
Native Russian

Vladislav Madan
Local time: 00:17
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
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12 hrs
SPASIBO


Explanation:
SPAH-SEE-BO (with the "SEE" syllable stressed)

The Russian for “Thank you” is SPASIBO. I fully agree with all the answers above.

In addition, I would like to encourage you to visit one place in the Web (
http://russian.about.com/homework/russian/library/blphrasebo... ).
This is a phrasebook of very basic Russian words and expressions (see some of the examples below).


I don't understand
Could you speak more slowly?, etc.


A glass of tea, please
I'd like some...

and more, which you may need every minute when you would like to say something basic in Russian.

Best regards.

PS: And don't forget to choose a winner!


artyan
United States
Local time: 15:17
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
PRO pts in pair: 239
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10 days
пожалуйста


Explanation:
Hi, how are you!
But we say "спасибо".
No comments.
More information is available on request.


    Serge Roshchin
    s_roshchin@mail.ru
Serge
PRO pts in pair: 115
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