Russian numbers: 20 and onwards. As you could see, the numbers 11-19 are simply formed by adding "надцать" to the numbers 1-9. (You will need to drop the soft sign, or the "е" in "четыре") 20 in Russian is "двадцать". The numbers 21-29 are formed in a similar way to English. Here are some examples:
It’s time to learn numbers 1-10 in Russian! There are so many reasons why you need to be able to count in Russian, and the Rocket Russian team is here to make it easier. Let’s start with the basics - by the end of this lesson you’ll feel confident using the Russian words for numbers 1-10.
All Russian Numbers. This classroom printable includes all of the Russian numbers 1 through 10, each on a separate page. Download Free PDF Version. Download the entire collection for only $27 (Single classroom license) Download the entire collection for only $67 (School license)
Learn Russian - Russian in Three Minutes - Numbers 1-10
Telephone numbers in Russia are under a unified numbering plan with Kazakhstan, both of which share the international code +7. Historically, +7 was used as the country calling code for all of the Soviet Union.
Learn to Count to 10 in Russian. One — The number 1 is written ОДин. It is pronounced by saying ah- DEEN. In the space below write the Russian number one three times. Two — The number 2 is written ДВА. It is pronounced by saying dvah. In the space below write the Russian number two three times.
Transcript. A: How to say "Zero" in Russian. Well the most basic translation for that would be "nul". One more time nice and slow. Nul. Sounds similar to null but it's a little bit different. Nul. Give it a try. There you go. Nul. Now for example you're watching a game and the score happens to be 2-0, a way of saying that would be,...