Basic Russian - colors

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white
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белый
gray
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серый
black
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черный
red
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красный
yellow
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желтый
orange
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оранжевый
green
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зелёный
light blue
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голубой
blue
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синий
pink
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розовый
purple
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фиолетовый
brown
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коричневый
golden
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золотой
silver
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серебрянный
bronze
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бронзовый

Learn Russian colors easily!

This free Russian lesson was created especially for you to learn basic Russian in a fun and effective way! The flashcards will present you the colors in Russian, their translation and pronunciation. The picture will help you remember fast and forever! This free Russian lesson includes all of the colors in Russian. With its use, you will learn how is silver in Russian, what is the Russian word for red or the Russian word for blue. Moreover, it includes the Russian word for white so you will know the colors of the flag! For those who enjoy shopping, you will need to know even more colors: gray in Russian and pink in Russian. You will now know what is the color of the leaves or the sea because you will learn how is green in Russian and blue in Russian. If you want to learn more basic Russian, don't forget to take a look at the other Russian lessons and advanced Russian courses that we have on our site. For example, the Basic Russian - numbers lesson will teach you to count in Russian!

The symbolism of the Russian colors

The Russian colors aren't just simple words! They have more meaning that you think! The main Russian color is red or krasny. It comes from the work beautiful, or krasivyy in Russian. This Russian color is one of the main of the Red Square, but the name of the square is believed to come from beautiful and not from the color. The Russian word for red is also associated with the communist era. Another Russian color that has an additional meaning is yellow. It is used to describe the press that doesn't offer well-researched news. Blue in Russian is used to describe the highest class of society by saying that these persons have blue blood. Another color in Russian that has a quite unexpected meaning is violet. It can be used in sentences to express indifference. For example: "Мне фиолетово." or "It's violet to me." meaning "I don't care about it.". Now it's time for you to learn the Russian colors and discover more about the Russian culture with their use. Are you ready?

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