This is Episode 15 in our Learn Beginner Russian Podcast series with Alice Val.
Are you a positive person or a realist?
In any case, you should know how to say «I’m happy!» in Russian.
«I’m happy» in Russian is «Я рада» (ya rUH-duh) or «Я рад» (ya rUHt).
Usually we say why we are happy: «I’m happy that…». In Russian it is «Я рада, что…» (ya rUH-duh shtOH) or «Я рад, что…» (ya rUHt shtOH). To understand what the difference is, listen to the Episode.
Also, you might need to go back to Episode 9 to revise the pronoun «you» in Russian.
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