Tutorial Transcript

Hello you! Привет and welcome to Russian weekly words with me Katyusha and let's learn some Russian words. And our topic is... "hygiene actions". Wow! So the first word is... бриться (britsa) - "shave". Well, the guys do that every day right, I mean almost every day. Я не люблю бриться. (Ya ne lyublyu britsa) "I don't like shaving." Мне не надо бриться. (Mne ne nada britsa.) "I don't need to shave." Next word is...принимать ванну (prinimat' vannu) - "take a bath", "to bath", Yeah, принимать ванну (prinimat' vannu). Принимать (prinimat`) means "take", "take something" and "bath" is ванна (vanna). We also mentioned about it in our previous like topic about rooms, so check it out. "I like to take long bath." Я люблю принимать ванну долго. (Ya lyublyu prinimat' vannu dolga.) "Just take a bath and relax." Прими ванну и отдохни. (Primi vannu i addakhni.) сушить (sushyt`) - "blow dry", "dry something", dry your hair, right. "I'd like to dry my hair with a blow dryer" Я хочу высушить волосы феном. (Ya khachu vysushit' volasy fenam.) сушить (sushyt`) anything. You can also dry something else like your... "dry your socks" - сушить носки (sushit' naski) or.. "dry your nails" - сушить ногти (sushit'nokti.) умываться (umyvatsa) - "wash", "wash your face". If it's English, you can say wash anything, wash dishes, wash your I don't know like bag, shoes but in Russian умываться (umyvatsa) means only your face. Wash your own face. Умываться (umyvatsa). "You should wash your face with cold water." Тебе стоит умываться холодной водой. (Tebe stoit umyvat'sya khalodnay vodoy.) Anyway, the next word is...чистить (chistit`) - "brush". In Russian, чистить (chistit`) means also clean something. It's not only brush. Мне нужно почистить ковер. (Mne nuzhna pachistit' kaver.) "I need to clean my carpet." Just to get rid of dirt. That's what the meaning of чистить (chistit`). The end! So it was hygiene actions topic and so I hope you could remember few things. I hope it was interesting for you and maybe you can – we can meet again in the other session, whatever the topic is going to be about. Very exciting to see you next time and... Пока - пока (Paka-paka)