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A minibus - called a "marshrutka" - is a number-one form of Russian above-ground public transportation. You’ll never get around it, so you’d better learn how to use it right now: Fare paid? Right house found? And by the way, we’ll also get to know some useful Russian shop names, so don’t miss it!

In today’s grammar, you'll find out how to make a polite request and – equally important – how to tell that we actually need something.

Maturity: General
Native: English, Target: Russian
Hosts: Nikita, Masha
Topics: shopping
Grammar: i_need, imperative

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