Спасибо - /Spa-see-ba/ - Thank you

Russian "Spasibo" comes from the saying "Spasi bog" which  means "God save you"
This is one of the most useful words to learn. Say it often and make the locals happy!
It's easy to remember how to say "thanks a lot' and be even more polite. Do you remember the name "Bolshoj theatre"? "Bolshoj" – means "big". In Russian we say 'big thank you" – meaning thank you so much
Большое спасибо /bol-sho:je spa-see-ba / - thank you so much!
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