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Learning Russian for travel or study? Let’s try this term:
To say when? in Russian: kogda?
Say it out loud: “kah gdah?“
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Some more helpful words in our Russian Time category:
business hours – priyomnye chasy (pree yom nye che sy)
day after tomorrow – poslezavtra (poh slye zah ftrah)
one hour – odin chas (ah deen chahs)
this evening – etim vecherom (eh tee mvye che rahm)
this morning – etim utrom (eh teem oo trahm)
today – segodnya (see voh dnya)
tomorrow – zavtra (zah ftrah)
two hours – dva chasa (dvah che sah)
when? – kogda? (kah gdah?)
yesterday; last night – vchera; proshloy noch'yu (fche rah; proh shlay noh chyu)
you got the time? – skolko vremeni (oo vahs yest vrye mya?)
And here’s how to say when? in other languages!
Arabic–Mata? (ma ta)
Chinese–Shénmēshíhòu? (Shuh Me Shr Hou?)
Croatian–kada? (kah duh?)
Finnish–koska? (cohs kah?)
French–Quand? (kahn (faint n))
Italian–Quando? (qwan doe)
Japanese–Itsu? (Ee Tsuh?)
Korean–Eonje? (Un Je?)
Polish–kiedy? (kye' dee?)
Portuguese–Quando (koo-an doo)
Russian–kogda? (kah gdah?)
Spanish–¿cuándo? (kwahn doe?)
Swahili–lini (lee nee)
Thai–Muea Rai (MUU-AH rai)
Turkish–ne zaman? (nay zah mahn?)
Vietnamese–Khi Nào? (Khee Now?)
"when?" (kogda?) did you get back in town? "when?" (kogda?) did travel? Another phrase that you will need to use just about every few minutes in your travels while experiencing new culture. Want to learn about more phrases? Get instant access to the Russian Language Set.