Trans-Siberian Railway Phrasebook

Want to take a ride on the epic, 5,753-mile-long rail classic— but don’t speak any Russian? No problem. Print out and bring along this train-themed list of phrases, written in English and Cyrillic, to help you purchase tickets, stay on schedule, and greet your seatmates. You’ll be making friends before you even make it out of Moscow.

1. Hello!
Здравствуйте

2. Good morning!
Доброе утро

3. Good day!
Добрый день

4. Good evening!
Добрый вечер

5. Please excuse me for not speaking English.
Пожалуйста, извините меня что я не говорю по русски.

6. Do you speak English?
Вы говорите по английски?

7. One second class ticket to ___city, please.
Пожалуйста, один билет второго класса до [insert city name].

8. What time are we scheduled to arrive at ____ city?
В какое время мы должны приехать в [insert city name]?

9. Where is my seat?
Где моё сидение?

10. I'd like to buy a beer.
Я хочу купить пиво.

11. I'd like to rent a room for one person for the night.
Я хочу снять номер на  одного человека на ночь.

12. I'd like to rent a room for two people for the night.
Я хочу снять номер на двух человек на ночь.

13. How much is this?
Сколько это стоит?

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