Learn Russian online: Women, knives, dances

Women, knives, dances

Today's episode of Ruspod Shorts is a curious one. You'll learn how women of different nationalities relate to knives, dances, construction tools, meat, and many more — as far as the Russian language is concerned, of course.


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Vocabulary

Болгария
[bul-GAH-ree-yah]

Bulgaria

болгарин
[bul-GAH-reen]

Bulgarian man

болгарка
[bul-GAHR-kah]

Bulgarian woman / angle grinder

Финляндия
[feen-LYAHN-dee-yah]

Finland

финн
[feenn]

Finnish man

финка
[FEEN-kah]

Finnish woman / a knife

Польша
[POHL'-shah]

Poland

поляк
[pah-LYAHK]

Polish man

полька
[POHL'-kah]

 a kind of a dance

полячка
[pah-LYAHCH-kah]

Polish woman

Чехия
[CHEH-khee-yah]

Check Republic

чех
[chekh]

Check man 

чешка
[CHEH-shkah]

Check woman / a dancing slipper

Корея
[kah-RYEH-yah]

Korea

кореец
[kah-RYEH-yets]

Korean man

кореянка
[kah-ree-YAHN-kah]

Korean woman

корейка
[kah-RYEH-ykah]

loin pork

Вьетнам
[V'YEHT-nahm]

Vietnam

вьетнамец
[v'yeht-NAH-myets]

Vietnameese man

вьетнамка
[v'yeht-NAHM-kah]

Vietnameese woman / a beach slipper

Америка
[ah-MYEH-ree-kah]

America

американец
[ah-myeh-ree-KAH-nyets]

American man

американка
[ah-myeh-ree-KAHN-kah]

American woman / game of pool

индеец
[een-DYEH-yets]

an American Indian man

индейка
[een-DYEH-ykah]

a turkey

Москва
[mahs-KVAH]

Moscow

москвич
[mahs-KVEECH]

male Muscovite / a Soviet car

москвичка
[mahs-KVEECH-kah]

female Muscovite