Free Russian video lesson - Learn how to encourage, cheer up and praise someone in Russian.
What are the most motivational Russian phrases? How to encourage someone in Russian? I guess every Russian language learner need to learn these phrases as soon as possible in order to be able to cheer up oneself and friends in Russian.
In this free Russian video lesson, you will learn:
How to encourage people in Russian.
Great Russian phrases to cheer up someone.
Useful words to praise someone in Russian.
How to wish good luck in Russian.
Some interesting Russian cultural insights and Russian superstions.
These Russian phrases are useful when you want to motivate someone to do something in Russian. This is a free Russian lesson for Elementary students. I recommend you to watch a video first and then you can read a short summary below. You will be able to take a test "How to encourage and cheer up someone in Russian?" in the end.
Free Russian lesson "How to encourage and cheer up someone in Russian"
Short summary of a video lesson "How to encourage someone in Russian".
Here are the main phrases to encourage and cheer up in Russian:
1. Всё будет хорошо (Fsyo búdet harashó)
Everything be be alright
"Всё будет хорошо" is an impersonal, nice and common way to cheer up a person or a group of people in Russian. It can be used in different situations, when somebody is in trouble, in doubts, is afraid of something that might happen. It is both formal and informal. This phrase is used to assure a person or people that they should not worry about something.
2. Ты сможешь! (ty smózhesh) You can do it!
"Ты сможешь"implies that a person is capable of doing something physically and mentally. It is an informal future form of the verb МОЧЬ (can, be able to).
Ex.: Ты сможешь выучить русский язык
You will (be able to) learn Russian language.
3. У тебя всё получится (U tibyá fsyo palúchitsya) - You will do great
У тебя всё получится or У тебя получится
Formal / Plural form is "У вас всё получится" (u vas fsyo paluchitsya)
4. Держись (dirzhis') -Hang tight
"Держись"is a way to encourage someone
to be strong and fight for smth (illness, competition, trouble).
Formal / Plural form - Держитесь (dirzhites')
5. Так держать (tak dirzhát') - Keep it up
It is an impersonal way to praise somebody
for what they are doing and to wish to
continue the same way and not to give up.
"Держать" means to hold. This expression comes from sailors (an order to the helmsman to keep the ship on course)
6. Other versions:
Продолжай в том же духе (pradalzhái f tom zhe dúhe) - Keep it going (informal)
Продолжайте в том же духе (pradalzháite f tom zhe dúhe) - Keep it going (plural / formal)
7. Не сдавайся (ne zdaváisya) Don't give up
It is a way to boost someone's morale when
you see that a person wants to give up
Infinitive form - сдаваться (to give up)
Ex.: Нельзя сдаваться (impersonal)
Formal / Plural form
Не сдава́йтесь (ne zdavaites')
8. Не отчаивайся (ne atchaivaisya) Don't despair. Infinitive form - отчаиваться (to be in despair). Ex.: Нельзя отчаиваться (impersonal).
Formal / Plural form - Не отчаивайтесь (ne atcháivaites').
9. Не вешай нос (ne véshai nos)
Keep your chin up
This expression comes from the world of music.
Formal / Plural form -
Не вешайте нос (ne véshaite nos)
10. Не падай духом (ne pádai duham)
Don't lose your courage (spirit)
Direct translation: don't fall by the spirit
Formal / Plural form
Не падайТЕ духом (ne padaite duham)
Summary of phrases to praise someone in Russian you can find in another blog post - "How to praise someone in Russian".
Summary of phrases to wish someone good luck in Russian you can find in another blog post - "How to wish someone good luck in Russian".
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