Words that Russian use most often

Words that Russian use most often

Each of us - their vocabulary, which depends on the upbringing, education, personality type. Still, there are certain words that any Russian man says, probably more often than others.


Although as a child we were taught not to abuse these "selfish" pronoun - "Our duck - kryakalka, well, Sasha - yakalka", "I" - the last letter in the alphabet "- should be, not in the Russian language the word, which is pronounced by us as often.

And how without him in different situations? "Tell me about yourself" - ask us for an interview. We begin our story with the pronoun "I". On the date we also use "I", we have to learn as much as possible. Referring to someone asking, say, "Could you help me?" But at the same time, we can ask, "How may I help you?" In general conversation, to call attention to its point of view, it must be said: "And I think that's wrong."


Russian very often use this pronoun. Even instead of "I": "Let us see what can be done." Even if you "look" will be just one person. At school student says: "We take and we add (multiply, subtract)." The teacher can make a comment for the misuse of pronouns. "We - Nicholas II", said during the Soviet era, trying to wean children from inappropriate use of the pronoun of the first person plural, but never weaned say "we" in place and out of place. This is especially true in business relationships. Head of the company rarely says, "I have so taken", "I decided." Even if he manages the company alone, without assistants, and anyone without consulting all the same, most likely, will use a combination of: "We have so accepted", "We have decided."


This word is very often glimpsed in our speech, and we rarely think of what it means. The general meaning of the phrase may have absolutely nothing to do with "candor": "I'm just blown away," "Well, you're pretty straight!", "Just lovely sight!" The word "straight" as it enhances the value of phrases, although in principle it It does not play for them the meaning of the special role and refers to the words-parasites. Some instead of "just" use "simple" - meaning roughly the same.


Russian This word is often used to mean "good." "Okay" - that means "out of tune", "harmony", "everything is going as it should." Sometimes people say instead, "frets" or "ladnenko".


If we want to express our approval, it is often pronounce this word with the accent on the first syllable. Hello, we are the ancient habits of our ancestors almost unconsciously wish each other health. According to legend this wish also protects against the dark forces, that is, negative energy. Therefore, saying, "How cool!", We attach this thing positive energy message.


This word Russian uttered on various occasions: "All I'm tired", "! Everything I have had enough", "All I know what to do!" It means that the person is either going to stop any conversation or activity or he made his choice, a decision.


Not have to be a believer to say that word. Most of us says it purely automatically - usually in a situation when something goes wrong: "Lord, what do you do", "Lord, how I got tired," Actually so we subconsciously

In fact, so we subconsciously turn to God and ask him to correct the situation does not suit us.

This list does not include obscene language, although for some it is just and is the most consumed. Hopefully, all the same for a large part of us swear words, even in difficult situations are the exception rather than the norm.