Question: How do you greet a woman in Russian?

Russian etiquette: greetings Female friends usually kiss each other on the cheek three times when they meet, first on the left cheek, then on the right, and then a final time on the left.

How do you greet someone in Russian?

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How do Soviets greet each other?

Russians greet acquaintances with kisses on both cheeks, though upon meeting someone the first time, a handshake (btw. men) or a simple nod is standard.

How do you greet a girl with respect?

Engage her like you would any friend. But also use common sense here and dont do something inappropriate. A simple “Hello” or “Hey” is always a great place to start. If youre greeting a girl who is more like one of your guy friends, bump fists with her or give her a playful nudge.

How do you show respect in Russia?

The usual greeting in between people of both sexes is a handshake though a male and a female greeting each other may give three kisses on the cheek, alternating sides, if they know each other well. It is expected that you make eye contact whilst greeting as a sign of respect and trustworthiness.

How do you say kiss in Russian?

0:221:17How to Say Kiss Me in Russian | Russian Language - YouTubeYouTube

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