(I do not wish to cause you any pain.)But Pushkin’s not the only Russian with passion.(As translated by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky: As long as the crooks of my arms remember you, as long as you’re still on my hands and lips, I’ll be with you.)Ready to follow in the footsteps of these Russian romantics?On the first approach, Russian sounds harsh to English ears.However, as you warm up to the language, begin putting verbs and nouns together, you come to hear the poetry that slips off the tongue.The romantic phrases presented below won’t just add a few “hot” words and idioms to your vocabulary, but will also help you better understand Russian culture and appreciate the poetic history of the language.Ready to get a little more flirty and a little more fluent?The scammers are using their images without their knowledge or permission to deceive their victims and steal their money.The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money.
Hearing (and understanding) some of these phrases repeated back to you will definitely make learning Russian a lot more exciting!
You aren’t just studying Russian to read classic literature or cook expert soups.
You might also want someone to share a vodka with on a cold night.
Pushkin married the great beauty Natalia Goncharova.
Six years later, he faced rumors of his wife’s alleged love affair.