Russian money – русские деньги

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Lesson 3
Урок третий
What we will learn today:
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Practice Russian alphabet
Reading Russian
Number and gender of the nouns practice
Days of the week practice
My name is…
Food and drinks
Colors
Months
Family members
Numbers
Russian money
DO’s and DON’Ts in Russia
Russian Alphabet Table
Practice Russian letters
Ж
Щ
О
М
Ы
Я
З
П
Ю
Л
Б
Г
Д
А
К
Practice Russian letters
Ш
Е
У
В
И
Н
Р
С
Т
Ф
Х
Ц
Ч
Ь
Й
The number of nouns
Noun type
Ending for plural
Example
masculine ending in a hard
consonant;
feminine ending in -a
-ы
стол - столы
улица - улицы
any nouns ending in -ь, -й, -я
-и
двeрь - двери
земля - земли
masculine and feminine with the
stem ending in -к, -г, -x, -ч, щ, -ж, -ш,
-и
ноЖ - ножи
ноГа - ноги
neuter ending in -o
-a
окно - окнa
neuter ending in -e
-я
мoре - моря
1. Идея
2. Дерево
3. Стакан
4. Хлеб
5. Небо
6. Склон
7. Рубль
8. Доллар
9. Глаз
10. Одежда
11. Минута
12. Таблетка
13. Мороз
14. Точка
15. Сон
16. Календарь
17. Война
18. Баня
19. Машина
20. Мужчина
21. Туман
22. Развод
23. Тетрадь
24. Файл
25. Любовь
26. Копейка
Days of the week
Какой сегодня день?
What day is it today?
kah-KOI see-VOHD-nyah dyehn'
Russian word
English translation
Pronunciation
понедельник
Monday
puh-nee-DYEHL'-neek
вторник
Tuesday
FTOHR-neek
среда
Wednesday
sree-DAH
четверг
Thursday
cheet-VYEHRK
пятница
Friday
PYAHT-nee-tsuh
суббота
Saturday
soo-BOH-tuh
воскресенье
Sunday
vuhs-kree-SYEHN'-yeh
My name is…
Как тебя зовут?
What’s your name? (informal)
Kak tebya zavut?
Как Вас зовут?
What’s your name? (formal, polite)
Kak vas zovut?
Меня зовут...
My name is…
Menia zavut…
Я...
I’m…
Ya…
Fruits - Фрукты
Colors - Цвета
Red is КРАСНЫЙ
Green is ЗЕЛЕНЫЙ
Blue is ГОЛУБОЙ
Black is ЧЕРНЫЙ
Yellow is ЖЕЛТЫЙ
Purple is ФИОЛЕТОВЫЙ
Brown is КОРИЧНЕВЫЙ
Kakoy eto tsvet?
What color this is?
Months - Месяцы
February 23, 2013
In US:
02/23/2013
In Russia: 23/02/2013
Family members – члены семьи
Grandfather – дедушка
Grandmother – бабушка
Great-grandfather – прадедушка
Great-grandmother – прабабушка
Parents – родители
Father – папа / отец
Mother – мама / мать
Children – дети
Son – сын
Daughter – дочь
Grandchildrens – внуки
Grandson – внук
Granddaughter – внучка
Wife – жена
Husband – муж
Brother – брат
Sister – сестра
Uncle – дядя
Aunt – тетя
Nephew – племянник
Niece – племянница
Numbers
1
один
a'deen
2
два
dva
3
три
tri
4
четыре
chetyre
5
пять
pyat'
6
шесть
shest
7
семь
sem'
8
восемь
vosem'
9
девять
devyat'
10
десять
'desyat'
Numbers
11
одиннадцать
o'dinnatdsat'
12
двенадцать
dve'nadtsat
13
тринадцать
tri'nadsat'
14
четырнадцать
che'tyrnadsat'
15
пятнадцать
pyat'nadtsat'
16
шестнадцать
shet'nadtsat'
17
семнадцать
sem'nadtsat'
18
восемьнадцать
vosem'nadtsat'
19
девятнадцать
devyat'nadtsat'
20
двадцать
d'vadtsat'
Numbers
21
двадцать один
dvadsat' odeen
25
двадцать пять
dvadstat' pyat
30
тридцать
t'ridtsat'
32
тридцать два
tridtsat' dva
40
сорок
sorok
50
пятьдесят
pyatdesyat
60
шестьдесят
shestdesyat
70
семьдесят
'semdesyat
80
восемьдесят
vosemdesyat
90
девяносто
devyanosto
100
сто
sto
Numbers
108
сто восемь
sto vosem'
115
сто пятнадцать
sto pyatnadsat'
121
сто двадцать один
sto dvadsat' odeen
147
сто сорок семь
sto sorok sem'
200
двести
dvesti
300
триста
treesta
400
четыреста
chetyresta
500
пятьсот
pyat'sot
600
шестьсот
shestsot
700
семьсот
sem'sot
800
восемьсот
vosemsot
900
девятьсот
devyatsot
1000
тысяча
tysyacha
Numbers
2000
две тысячи
dve tysyachi
3000
три тысячи
tri tysyachi
5000
пять тысяч
pyat tysyach
6000
шесть тысяч
shest' tysyach
9000
девять тысяч
devyat tysyach
Russian money – русские деньги
• The Russian Ruble is the currency in Russian Federation. The Russian Ruble is
also known as the Russian Rouble. The symbol for RUB can be written R.
• The Russian Ruble is divided into 100 kopeеk.
РУБЛЬ
КОПЕЙКА
1$ = 30.17 RUB
Russian money – русские деньги
Brief history of Russian money
• Russian Ruble is the official currency of Russian Federation. It is also used as a
medium of exchange in many former soviet republics. Russian ruble is one of the
world's oldest currencies. It appeared in 15th century during the so-called Silver Bum.
At the time, Russian coins were made of silver. Soaring demand for silver across
continental Europe resulted in growth of value of Russian silver coin to a point when
they were no longer useful for purchases. People started splitting coins in halves.
Russian word for "split" or "cut" is rubit'' and the half coins were called rubles. Even
though Russian coins no longer come in halves, the name stuck on.
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During the czar rule Russian rubles were one of the worlds highly valued currencies
as they were backed by serious stockpiles of gold. During the Bolshevik revolution,
most of that gold was shipped out of Russia, so the Soviet ruble's did not have much
value.
From Soviet Ruble to Russian Ruble
• Democratic revolution of 1991 led to abandonment of price fixing. "The
shock therapy" resulted in immediate plunge of national currency as
former soviet republics continued to print Russian rubles and exchange
them for Russian goods creating inflation in Russia and devaluing its
currency. Inflation was as high as 1000% per year! By mid 90s Russian
authorities announced that they would no longer allow now formally
independent countries to print Russian national currency. Russian ruble
grew steadily until 1998 when the Asian financial crisis moved on to
Russia. Value of ruble dropped four times overnight and has not changed
ever since.
Russian money – русские деньги
• Exchange offices are typically located in the city center and around tourist
areas. Rates at different currency exchange booths vary somewhat, usually
within a fifty-kopeeck range, so unless you plan on exchanging thousands
there's little point in running around looking for the best rate, though afterhours and weekend exchanges tend to offer lower rates.
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Whenever you hand hard currency over to someone, it is quite common for
the bills to be checked for authenticity individually by a variety of techniques.
Don't take this as an insult as counterfeit money has proliferated in the
country over the last couple of years. Torn, well-worn, heavily written on, or
faded currency gets turned down in almost all cases. Exchange booths are
very often located in shops selling pricier items (electronics, fashion clothes,
cars) as well as the hotels.
Russian money – русские деньги
• In order to exchange money you are supposed to present your passport (a
photocopy will do) or some other form of identification, although having
nothing to show is not usually a problem. You will be given a slip recording
the transaction which you should keep with your customs declaration just in
case some customs officer decides to actually check how much money you
are taking out.
• Both banks and exchange booths will change most major currencies into
rubles at the posted rates of exchange. Fees and commissions are often
posted at the exchange window. There is a 0.5% tax on all currency exchanges.
ОДНА КОПЕЙКА
ПЯТЬ КОПЕЕК
ДЕСЯТЬ КОПЕЕК
ПЯТЬДЕСЯТ КОПЕЕК
ОДИН РУБЛЬ
ДВА РУБЛЯ
ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ
ДЕСЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ
ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ
ДЕСЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ
ДЕСЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ
~ $1.7
ПЯТЬДЕСЯТ РУБЛЕЙ
~ $3.5
СТО РУБЛЕЙ
~ $16
ПЯТЬСОТ РУБЛЕЙ
~ $32
ТЫСЯЧА РУБЛЕЙ
~ $160
ПЯТЬ ТЫСЯЧ РУБЛЕЙ
DO’s and DON’Ts in Russia
1. DO not smile at random people on the streets…They’ll get you wrong! Russians smile
and laugh a lot with the people they know…You’ll send a wrong message if you start
smiling at them while you are on the bus, walking, etc. Smiling while you are making
purchases is good though! 
2. DON’T get a taxi alone after going out…make sure that you have a ride with your
friends or get a taxi with them together!
3. DO bring some simple medications with you – tablets from headache etc. Even
though it’s very easy to buy a medicine in Russia, it’s always good to have some in case
of emergency…be careful though, TSA requires a prescription for most of the drugs!
Check out their website to be sure.
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