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До свидания ('duh-svee-dah-nya') is Russian for Goodbye.
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www.rocketlanguages.com/russian/learn/hello-and-goodbye-in-russian

Once you're feeling confident with Russian greetings we'll cover several ways to say "goodbye" as well. The most common way to greet anyone in Russian is ...

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www.dummies.com/languages/russian/saying-hello-and-goodbye-in-russian

Saying Hello and Goodbye in Russian. To greet one person with whom you're on informal ty (tih) terms, use the word Zdravstvuj (zdrah-stvooy; hello). To greet a ...

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Learn how to say "goodbye" and other common phrases for parting in Russian. Click on the play button to hear the pronunciation of the phrase.

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Choosing the suitable way to say goodbye in Russian has been made easy with this quick guide. In any situation, colloquial or formal, your goodbye in Russian ...

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Nov 14, 2012 ... There are quite a few ways to say goodbye in Russian. The basic one, that you will see in every textbook, is до свидания (goodbye) ...

learningrussian.net/vocabulary/russian-phrases/how-to-say-good-bye-in-russian.php

How to say good-bye in Russian. There are a lot of phrases for parting in Russian . Their choice depends on the degree of formality and personal preference of ...

learnrussianstepbystep.com/en/how-to-say-goodbye-in-russian

We already learned how to say hello in Russian, let's learn the goodbyes. Here are the most common Russian ways to say 'goodbye' in formal and informal ...

www.funrussian.com/2010/12/02/basic-russian-words

Dec 2, 2010 ... Today you will learn a few basic Russian expressions: how to say “hi”, “bye”, “ thank you”, “please” and “you are welcome” in Russian. Have fun!