How to say do you speak english? in Russian: Vy govorite po angliyski?

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How to say do you speak english? in Russian: Vy govorite po angliyski?

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

To say do you speak english? in Russian: Vy govorite po angliyski?
Say it out loud: “Vy gah vah ree tye poh ahn gleey skee?

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Some more helpful words in our Russian Courtesy/Questions category:

...the bathroom – tualet  (tu a let)
come with me – idite za mnoy  (ee dee tye zah mnoy)
do you speak english? – Vy govorite po angliyski?  (Vy gah vah ree tye poh ahn gleey skee?)
excellent – otlichno  (ah tlee chnah)
excuse me – prostite  (prah stee tye)
good / bad – horosho / ploho  (hah rah shoh / ploh hah)
how do you say…? – kak skazat'...?  (kak skah zaht…?)
how much is this? – skol'ko eto stoit?  (skohl koh etah stoh eet?)
may I? (point at chair, door) – mozhno?  (moh zhnah?)
maybe – mozhet byt'  (moh zhet byt)
no problem – net problem  (nyet prah blyem)
please – Pozhaluysta  (Pah zhah looy stah)
sorry – izvinite  (eez vee nee tye)
thank you – Spasibo  (Spah сee bah)
what is that? – chto eto takoe?  (shto etah tah koh ye?)
where is… – gde...  (gdye…)
yes / no – Da / net  (Dah / nyet)
you are welcome – Na zdorovye  (Nah zdah roh vye)

And here’s how to say do you speak english? in other languages!

Arabic–Hal Tatakalam Al Englezya?  (hal ta ta ka lam al eng le zya)
Chinese–Nǐ Huì Shuō Yīngwén Ma  (Nee Hway Shwo Ing Wen Ma)
Croatian–govorite li engleski?  (go vuh ree tee lee engleskee)
Czech–Mluvíte anglicky?  (mloo vee tay AHN glits kee?)
Finnish–puhutko englantia?  (poh whot koh engl un tia)
French–Parlez-vous anglais?  (pah lay voo ahn glay)
German–sprechen sie english?  (shpreh kin see english?)
Italian–parla inglese?  (Par lah in gley say)
Japanese–Eigo Wo Hanashi Masuka?  (Eh Ee Goh Woh Hah Nah Shee Mass Kah?)
Korean–Yeongeo Hal Jul Aseyo?  (Young Uh Hal Jool Ah Se Yo?)
Polish–Czy mówisz po angielsku?  (chee moo veesh' po an gyel' skoo?)
Portuguese–Fala Inglês?  (Fah lah een gles?)
Russian–Vy govorite po angliyski?  (Vy gah vah ree tye poh ahn gleey skee?)
Spanish–¿habla inglés?  (ah blah een glāce?)
Swahili–Kiingereza?  (kin geh reh zah)
Thai–Phut Phasa Angkrit Dai Mai  (POOT pah sah ahng greet DAI mai?)
Turkish–İngilizce konuşmak?  (een guh liz ya ko nush muk?)
Vietnamese–Bạn Có Nói Tiếng Anh Không?  (Ban Caw Noi Tien Anh Khom?)

""do you speak english?" (Vy govorite po angliyski?)? " is a polite phrase that helps you to identify the people who speak English, it's difficult to communicate with people who don't understand you, so learn this polite phrase and use it on your next trip. Get instant access to the Russian Language Set.

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Location: Nanjing, China

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