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Random Channel
This video is helpful to learn the numbers but don't forget that there are also gender endings you need to know.
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Charlie Sanchez
How is 69? : )
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Charlie Sanchez
Learning your basic Russian by listening and watching your you tube
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Zeug Dings
I was surprised by the Russian word for 6
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Wulfis
Learning russian with some alcohol makes it much easier
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Fostan
Зачем я смотрю это ?
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Nicolas Urbaniak
I know like two, three, four and some more cuz im from poland and here one is jeden you say it like yeden , two is dwa, three is trzy, four is cztery , five is pięć
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N3UTRON
No I am starting to be able to talk with my Russian friends, thank you so much
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bluejay7232
Fyodor, you are sooo handsome!!! ❤❤❤
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Whammytap
Russian numbers remind me of Roman numerals, example: X=10, IX=9, XI=11. Additive and subtractive. :)
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Виталий Парфенович
If someone wants to practice Russian you can contact me parfenovichvv@gmail.com
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Софья Фролченко
Супер! Не знаю, чья это методика, но она лучшая! Ваша ли она? Успехов вам и удачи! Очень приятно видеть умного и красивого учителя русского языка! К слову, английский отличный)
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sugar 148
Thank you
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Gerardo Acuña
Very well explained, thanks. Hi five from Chihuahua, Mexico.
!спасибо!

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Quagy
"We are done for today, yay!" No, not yay! I don't want to be done, I want to have an infinite class with Fedor
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bzk2008
hello, Ihave learned the number 1 ist раэ . what about that?
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The Major
And let's not talk about 40 and 90. Because Russians are weird. Could've been weirder, Swedish for instance has 2 counting systems, however only one is used. Which is the same as the English counting system. 1-12 13-19 20-90 100... okay. But the second system is 1-12 13-19 all fine until now.. 20 to 29 it's all fine, 30 okay... 20+11. 30+11 40+11 50+11... The more useless things you know the better... Guess which one is older. Yes it's the second one, which used to be base 20 counting, 20+19 then 40... 40+19 however back then there was no 30 50 70 90... it was 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20....29,20+10,20+19,40...

I hate counting systems. The japs and chinese got it right. The danes have the worst. 1 to 20 is ok, then it's 1+20...9+40 then it's halvtredsindtyve which is (half of 3) times 20. That half of 3 is 2.5 don't ask me why... then for 60 it's 3 times 20, what I'm telling you is that they still have base 20 counting. Yet they use base 10 numbers... except for 11 12 which have their own numbers.
Half 5 times 20 is 90... and then they go 100.. it annoys me. and then it's 100+1+half 4 times 20 for 171...

I literally hate counting systems.

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The Major
In conclusion Russians really are inconsistent with their spelling of 10. десять десят дцать...
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Red Bul
А я русский кек
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AlexBublea1
Big big like, thank you sir!!
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Michael Hart
Hi Fiodor, your lesons realy helping me and thank you for that. I have one idea (may you know it ) about the "Cοροk" 40 . 40 is a number very importand for the christian religion (katholiks and orthodox) . 40= Quaranta "kuaranta" (italian) for that and "quarantine" . In Greeks it's σαράντα "Saranta " ,and σαράντα and coροκ sounds similar. no? :D
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Петр Долгорукий
Не правильно ты их учиишь. Древние русы тебе спасибо не скажут...
НОЛЬ
ЦЕЛКОВЫЙ
ПОЛУШКА
ЧЕТВЕРТУШКА
ОСЬМУШКА
ПУДОВИЧОК
МЕДЯЧОК
СЕРЕБРЯЧОК
ЗОЛОТНИЧОК
ДЕВЯТИЧОК
ДЕСЯТИЧОК

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Ateeqa Latif
Russian language lesson 2
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Pliappa
Why does "десять" have a soft sign when it's alone but not on "пятьдесят" for example?
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Кауеъ Фернандес
Спасибо учитель!
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ABC 123
“O” is “o” as in born

“A” is “a” as in father

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Seby Ald
Adin dva tri cetiri peat șes sem vosem deveat deserpt
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Ricardo Irving
From a English speaker I think ten changes because it need to be different when you are talking about teens and twentys and thirtys it's how I see it
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Ali Rostamian
Здравствуйте !
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7thwraith
Billion, trillion, quadrillion, quintillion, sextillion, septillion, octillion, nonillion, decillion. And then I have no clue.
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Engineer Tayyab imtiaz
Dva is pashto digit
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Maria kudaibergen
I think 1-10 is enough for today.... OMG!! would I ever be able to learn Russian ?! .... I do want to... But it is not helping... Why so hard? T.T
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maria del mar Robles
thanks from this Colombian in Kazakhstan ! :)
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王David
Thank you
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Rashed Patowary
PAKA PAKA
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Valhalla awaits
I have to say it.
You're so fucking hot

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Andrey Bofus
you forgot to say in some of russian dialects (espesially among older people) the words "десят" are pronounced softer, and it sounds like "десять". so we can also hear "семьдесятЬ" :)))
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Super ultimate eastern european Unicorn
how about zero
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Ricardo Irving
great  job  fedor
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Tajammal Mughal
Thanks
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Baseball Dude
My family and I are slovaks from serbia. All your numbers are the same but some are pronounced different. For us one would be "yeden" but for you "odin" or four is štiry but for you "četiri" little different but close enough where I can understand what number a russian is saying.
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Robbyster Dzouswa
Great , you are a good teacher
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Ops2020nn
I don’t really remember BLYAT
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tommy conlin
Me at 10: I should sleep
Me at 4 30pm: .. Один...два...три

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Sasha Mars
I love you <3 such a sweet guy and sweet way to teach :)
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Jan Everhard
I always hear Russians say: Раз, Два, Три. What's up with that? 🤔
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Alice Netti
I'm from Italy aaaand you're amazing teacher! thanks
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Irwin Crook
2:18 that is why I feel like Russians are lazy to open their mouth and speak properly.. Lol
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Boorka
Hello. Dude from Poland here.
Thank you for this video, cause I had problems with spelling numbers.

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Iuri
Hi! I was wondering that it would be nice to have an explanation of the difference between РАЗ and ОДИН. Your lessons are great! Keep up the good work! 😉
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Εγαnd
Showed it to my math teacher during my class




Now its our class

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Esponjagar
Great teacher, thanks and keep it up:)
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Abbé Scotgh
What about the number 0 (zero)
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Marcos Henrique
Thank you! You're a good teacher
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S M
Why are there more russians looking these videos than americans ?
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Pp Extendus
Спасибо Федорь
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Sasha geruela
I wish you also write how it pronounce. the one I am struggling, 😔
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Jonathan Gonzalez
Спасибо. Ваша видео супер!
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ELYSIUM GAMING
what is rahs then ?
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Glaciergirl V2
Why do you write 9 as a g? My best guess is the font you are used to, but most people write 9 as a circle with a stick on the right.
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Moonshine
ТАК. А ДЕ РУССКИЕ КОМЕНТЫ?😂
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Anna Seidl
marry me
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Ibnu Zandra BACHTIAR
In 4:48 i hear Ох Сука
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MARYUM KHAN AFRIDI
Спасибо
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أروى و ملاك ملاك اروى
Realy you (вы) are a good person fedor , easy and simple you (вы) make luanguage not much things but you(вы) shoose always useful things wish you (вы )good life and more successful and you (вы) are in good way continue like this poka
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Arthur Levin
Thank Fedor when I watch your videos my brain work hard because I need pay attention at your explication but also at your English (it's really clear) and practice by two, because I learns Russian but I practice English (listening), Привет из Мексика !!! :)
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xxx yyy
Thank you!
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Theyoutuberpolyglot
Fedor, you forgot to mention that the d is silent.
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Enlightenment
Thank you. How to say decimals and fractions like 3/4, 5/6, 78,999 65,123... in Russian?
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Thrydwulf
One interesting thing I've noticed about the Russian version for the number five is that it kept the initial /p/ from Proto-Indo-European. The only thing that really got shifted around over time were the vowels.
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Mehrunes'Razor
Nad -on.
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Janne Granlund
Simplify, easier for the mouth:) Shest sounds almost like chest..in finnish both would be pronounced "sest". In the end all will be finnish --good! now we know that. /J, Finland
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Yan4ik Banan4ik rus
П Р И В Е Т / Т Ы / М Е Н Я / П О Н И М А Е Ш Ь ?
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Maximilian Tremmel
Good video, but the camera focusing constantly nearly made me stopp
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Destik Games
Can you not interfere with Russian grammar and do not correct the right words?
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HRAG ALTOUNIAN
very cool
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Poshlaay Moll'
Зачем я это Смотрю?
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N N
Being Croatian this is very cool and easy to follow. In your pronunciation devet and deset sound really close to Croatian. For 11-19 we have jedanaest, dvanaest etc (-est is what is left of deset). For 40 and 90 we have regular četrdeset (4 = četiri), devedeset (9= deveT). Cool :)
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Aberstog
100 is the only number i like :( ah well atleast im not learning math!
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Proker57
50 - писят
60 - шисят
70 - семисят
80 - восемисят
For a fast pronunciation)

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Helen Wallace
Thank you, I couldn’t get my head around numbers after 10, now I get it!
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nansubuga ester
Great teacher, thank you so much
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chir0nex
When you answer the phone do you say “привет” or “да”
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l'homme de future
You explained it better than my teacher,Thank you so much❤
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Teacher Ulises Ayala
Hi everybody, I would like to watch a video about genitive of numbers, for example when reading dates, o talking about dates, Would you help me aout by suggesting some websites or making a video about? thanks
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Crone Woman Walking
This is a God send lol
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Lauren
Thank You Fidor. Made so easy to learn numbers, but I think I really learned how to write that "D" out properly
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cgmax7
I was learning countouning while doing push ups. 😁
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Aderonke Haastrup
Best explanation
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Nashi Haruka
I actually learned more from your lessons than at uni lmao
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Andrej Trazivuk
Serbian is so damn similar but still different at the same time
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Sérgio R. Gouvêa Lopes
Fedor, I’m new to the channel and I’m trying to learn the basics, but I can already see that it will be really, really helpful. Thank you very much and God Bless you!
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Davidshiro Pichu
Great explanation and pronunciation. But I would be confused if I follow your tip about 11-19 because one, two... on ten wouldn't be 1/10 which is something like 0.1?
And also I would like to know all kind of numbers in Russian like -24, 24/83, 3.141592... , √(-1), and also the 0 is very important haha
PD: I love mathematics ❤️ a vid would be very interesting

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TimGames EXXI
Привет всем. Hi everyone. İ with you success in learning. I want improve my English, let's help each other. Давайте общаться
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Airsoft Ghost
Мне шестьдесят семь лет. большое спасибо!
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Yakir R
Great video
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Fredrik ljunggren
It sounds to me like he says 7 as "sem" but 8 as "vosym". Is it correct that the "e" is pronounced as a "e" in 7, but as a "y" in 8?
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Жиромания тв
Кому надо русский, Украинский учи!
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Light Me Up Signs
Cheers from Australia mate !
You are a great teacher now I can count up to 10 in russkiy LOL but dva 2 is a hard one for english speaking people like me to pronounce just like Здравствуйте this one was also quite difficult

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Orin Davenport
I dont know if youve noticed or anyone else watching your video but right before you get to the next tenth place , the new term that youll be using for the next set of numbers is at the end .
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