Russian KNOWLEDGE DAY words with Katya


Привет всем! (Privet vsem!) Hi everyone, it’s me Katyusha and Russian
holiday words. Today we are going to be talking about Knowledge
Day. День знаний (Den’ znaniy) – Knowledge Day. So the Knowledge Day is the first day you
visit your school. It’s kind of introduction and it’s like
meeting your teachers, meeting your schoolmates. Мы празднуем День знаний в сентябре.
(My praznuem den’ znaniy v sentyabre). “We celebrate knowledge day in September.” Учебный год (uchebnyy god)
“Academic or school year” День знаний станет первым
днём моего нового учебного года.
(Den’ znaniy stanet pervym dnyom maevo novava uchebnava goda). “Knowledge Day will be at the beginning of
my new academic year.” Первый звонок (pervyy zvanok)
“First bell” Первый (pervyy) “first”
звонок (zvanok) “bell” The first bell is when one of the graduating
students will take their first grade student on his shoulder or maybe like in hands and
the small kid will ring the bell which kind of opens a new academic year for the whole
school. Звонок колокольчика является
первым звонком нового академического года.
(Zvanok kalakol’chika yavlyaetsya pervym
zvankom novava akademicheskava goda). “The bells chime is the first bell of the new
school year.” Учащиеся выпускных классов
(uchashchiesya vypusknykh klassov)
“graduating students” Graduating students will congratulate the
teachers and the first grade students of the school by giving flowers or showing their
respect to the teachers and saying good words to young ones. Учащиеся выпускных классов
подарили учетелям цветы.
(Uchashchiesya vypusknykh klassov podarili
uchetilyam tsvety). “Graduating students give flowers to the teachers.” Учителя (uchitelya) “Teachers” Учителя будут красиво выглядеть на День знаний.
(Uchitelya budut krasiva vyglyadet’ na Den’ znaniy) “Teachers will dress up on Knowledge Day.” Today we are talking about Knowledge Day and
now you have more knowledge about the Knowledge day, congratulations. So maybe next time when you go to school,
you want to give your teacher some flowers. You never know, well it was a Russian way
of going to the school on the first day. It was me Katyusha and don’t forget to check
the site. Talk to you later. Пока, пока! (paka-paka)

8 Comments

  1. Emirhan Beyefendi

    August 30, 2016 at 8:30 am

    first comment

  2. Fraizy Channel

    August 30, 2016 at 8:44 am

    Katya I love you

  3. truth1901

    August 30, 2016 at 9:50 am

    Well done for looking up dr glidden

  4. truth1901

    August 30, 2016 at 9:51 am

    beta carotene

  5. Real Russian Club

    August 30, 2016 at 11:00 am

    great as always:)

  6. bielka mua

    August 30, 2016 at 1:41 pm

    Thank you! you explain very good and clearly. You help me a lot with my russian. Thanks! Poka, poka!

  7. J the Dragon

    August 30, 2016 at 1:55 pm

    Can you PLEASE do what Risa from Japanese pod 101 does?! I would like videos where you go to Russia and show us places, spots, culture. I would like to expand my knowledge on Russia not only the language but the country. Thank you!❤️🤐

  8. Robert Andersson

    October 15, 2016 at 8:54 am

    Спасибо большое за это видео, Катя! Моя русская учительница (в Швеции) – Светлана – сказала мне что на первый сентября, все ученики в России начинают учебный год. В Швеции, ученики разных школ начинают учебный год на разные дни осенью. На первый день учебного года, все ученики подарят цветы своим учителям и учительницам. Такая прекрасная традиция!

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