How to say can we have...? in Russian: mozhem li my…?

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How to say can we have...? in Russian: mozhem li my…?

Learning Russian for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say can we have...? in Russian: mozhem li my…?
Say it out loud: “mozhem li my…?

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Some more helpful words in our Russian More Dining Basics category:

...some (of) – neskol'ko  (nye skahl kah)
...this/that – etot / tot  (eh taht / toht)
all done – vsyo sdelano  (fsyo sdye lah noh)
another – drugoy  (droo goy)
Bon appétit! – Priyatnogo appetita!  (Pree yat nah vah ah pye tee tah!)
can I have…? – mogy li ia…?  (mogy li iah…?)
can I see…? – mogy li ia posmotret?  (mogy li iah pas ma tret?)
can we have...? – mozhem li my…?  (mozhem li my…?)
can we see ...? – mozhem li my posmotret …?  (mojem li my pas ma tret ?)
Cheers! – Na zdorovye  (Nah zdah roh vye)
Eat! Eat! – Yesh'te ! Yesh'te !  (Ye shtee ! Ye shtee !)
I am hungry – Ya goloden/na  (Ya goh lah dyen/nah)
I am thirsty – Ya hochu pit'  (Ya hah choo peet)
I ate – Ya poyel/a  (Ya pah yel/a)
I would like… – Ya by hotel(a)…  (Ya by hah tyel(a)…)
we ate – My poyeli  (My pah ye lee)
we ate well! – My horosho poyeli!  (My hah rah shoh pah ye lee!)
we would like… – My by hoteli…  (My by hah tye lee…)

And here’s how to say can we have...? in other languages!

Arabic–Hal yomkenona Al Hosool Ala…?  (hal yom ke no na al ho sool ala?)
Chinese–Wǒmen Xiǎng Chī /Hē…  (Wo Mun Shyang Chr / Huh…)
Croatian–možemo imati…?  (moe zhay moe ee mah tee?)
Czech–můžeme mít ...?  (moo zeh may meet...?)
Finnish–saisimmeko…?  (sai sim meh koh…?)
French–pouvons-nous avoir...?  (poo vahn noo suh vwah...?)
German–können wir ein haben?  (kohnin veeya iyn hahbin?)
Italian–possiamo avere  (poh see ah mo ah veh ray)
Japanese–…Wo Kudasai.  (…Woh Koo Dah Sai.)
Korean–…Jusigesseoyo?  (… Joo Shi Ge Suh Yo?)
Polish–poprosimy  (po pro see' mee)
Portuguese–Nós Queremos (Comer/Beber)...  (no-ees kehr eh moos (koh mehr/be behr))
Russian–mozhem li my…?  (mozhem li my…?)
Spanish–podemos tener…?  (poe day mōs tin air...?)
Swahili–twaweza pata  (twah weh zah pah tah)
Thai–Ao … Dai Mai?  (ao ... dai mai?)
Turkish–biz … alabilir miyim?  (biz ala bee leer mee yim)
Vietnamese–Chúng Tôi Có Thể Có ….?  (Chung Toy Caw Te Caw …?)

Once at a destination you experience diverse items you can sample from and only by asking politely can you be assured of receiving something of better quality than an individual who asked impolitely ""can we have...?" (mozhem li my…?) your best meal of the day?" Once again, politeness is key. More polite phrases are in our instant access to the Russian Language Set.

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Anastasija Rizika
Biography: Anastasija Rizika is a Sinologist, translator, Chinese and English teacher living in Nanjing, China. After graduating with a BA in Asian Studies from Latvian University in 2010, Anastasija attended Chinese Bridge Camp in Changsha, China and then moved to live in Nanjing, China, where she is currently earning a Masters in International Education from Nanjing Normal University. Anastasia currently works for an English training center and is involved in education and cultural exchange. She also moonlights as a Chinese negotiator in one of the biggest companies in Nanjing.
Born: Latvia, Riga
Location: Nanjing, China

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