There are certain things that Russians do that I feel people all over the world should do :) I just moved to the States and I miss a couple of these things. Learn Russian in Saint-Petersburg (https://goo.gl/HgakzE), and stay in my apartment!
Whether you'll be visiting Moscow or Saint- Petersburg (maybe for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia (Россия)?) I think it's very nice to learn some Russian habits.
We actually never say 'NA ZDOROVIE' when we drink, but we tend to say long speeches. We also wash hands first thing when we come home and we would never visit our friends empty-handed. So get a chocolate next time you visit a Russian, and don't forget to take your shoes off when you enter the apartment :)
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Why can't one take pictures in the underground? I would want to seeing all that beautiful architecture! 3 years maternity leave- so if you have child #1 and you're off for 3 years and by then you have child #2, you could essentially have 6 years of paid maternity leave?! Who is doing your job in the meantime and what is the tax rate that is funding this?
Maybe Za zdrovie (За здоро́вье)
was used by Russians to a time intensive like a trend. The funny thing is that even Russian people in Kazakhstan + Kazakhs and Poles in Poland say it today...so there must be a connection with Russia when people in Poland and Kazakhstan say this. I think it has something to do with the dynamic of Russian society. In Russia trends appear and some years later they totally gone and almost are forgotten....and the locals around Russia identifies with it. That's why for example Russians in Kazakhstan still say Za zdrovie.
The same thing with Russian wedding rituals...they appear and 2 years later u can't find it anywhere.
Translate what i say pls. From Russia friend Sergey. Привет Марина! В твоем видео есть ошибка, ведь когда мы говорим "на здоровье" мы имеем ввиду кушай или пей за здоровье. Но это не связано именно с алкоголем. Это можно сказать и при обычном обеде
I went to a Russian Orthodox church here in Seattle this past Sunday. It was not a service, or mass, but a kind of church benefit to raise money for the parish. It was a great time! Well organized with lots of home cooked Russian pastry, cookies and other party food, all very good. They had a book store with lots of spiritual books, and truly beautiful religious icons. I really am fond of Orthodox art. There were also a lot of friendly church people, mostly women, who were making sales and answering questions, and generally being of service. Good Christian people with a rich spiritual heritage. That is the impression I took away. Also took away a box of baklava, lemon tarts, and a small layered cream cake!
Hello :-) I think most of the things are common for majority of slavic countries :) for example we say na zdravie, or we take off our shoes when entering home, or bring gifts, or wash our hands first at home. And Im from Slovakia ;)
We say "na zdravi" before drinking in Czech Republic :-) And the maternity leave...yes, 3 years are great. I could not imagine to leave my baby somewhere and go to work earlier. Actually, we have a lot of habits in common...
We do not go to school at -50. Actually it depends on age. But at-40 children do not go even to the high school. An it is in the one of the coldest regions in Russia.As far as I know, in Tumen, for example, 9 year old children do not go to school since -27С
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Эм.. ну никого в америке не интересует, что русские считают грубостью то, что гость не съедает всё наготовленное. Предупреждать надо, либо не обижаться, что человек, находящийся в своей стране и не имеющий ни малейшего представления о твоей культуре, сделает что-то, считающееся для тебя неприемлемым
I didn't get, why mentioned about maternity leave, cause this is not a hubbit?! Plus, one year playable only, last two years unpaid! Трудовое законодательство РФ."
Also, subway not related to hibbits!
But, thank you anyway
I’ll be traveling to Moscow from Texas for a wedding celebration. My cousin lived there for four years. We will arrive in late November and I’m a bit concerned with wearing nice shoes and a suit if the snow is melted slush. Nevertheless, I’m still excited to visit Russia!! Can’t wait!
Your videos have been helpful. Thank you for taking the time to create them!
I absolutely love modern day Russia it's kinda like how the United states used to be proud and rough and tough just among the general population and the women actually act like women
American women are typically either whores slobs or insane if your from Russia you may beilive your women are whores
Come to the United states beilive me you'll find out
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