Question: What do Russian people say before drinking?

In Russia, you often drink to your own health and say Будем здоровы! [bóo-deem zda-ró-vye], which can be translated as To our health! On special occasions the Russians often hold a long or a short speech giving a good reason for drinking.

What is a traditional Russian toast?

All-Purpose Toasts “За твоё здоровье” (singular) or “За ваше здоровье” (formal/plural) – to your health! “За встречу” – to our meeting! “За нашу дружбy” – to our friendship! “За любовь” – to love! “За счастье” – to happiness!

What do Russians say when shooting vodka?

The Russian equivalent for Cheers! is За здоровье! [za zda-ró-vye]. Literally it means: To your health!.

What is the response to Nostrovia?

What Does “Nostrovia” Actually Mean?In RussianIn EnglishWhere to useНа здоровьеYoure welcome, My pleasureFormal/Informal

What is vodka in Russian?

Vodka (Polish: wódka [ˈvutka], Russian: водка [ˈvotkə], Swedish: vodka [vɔdkɑː]) is a European clear distilled alcoholic beverage. Different varieties originated in Poland, Russia and Sweden.

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