Count your blessings in Russian: How to say?

Sep 23, 2019 | How to say it in Russian?

Unfortunately, there is no direct translation in Russian of such a wonderful phrase as count your blessing. But you can express the same idea with different words.

For example, you can say:

Будь благода́рен за то, что име́ешь.
[but’ bla-ga-dá-ryen za to, chto ee-myé-eesh’]
Be thankful for what you have.

The phrase above is in informal tone and addressed to a male person. Let’s see how you can say the same thing to a female person, to a few people or in formal tone:

Будь благода́рна за то, что име́ешь.
[but’ bla-ga-dár-na za to, chto ee-myé-eesh’]
Be thankful for what you have. (informal, singular, female)

Бу́дьте благода́рны за то, что име́ете.
[but’-tye bla-ga-dár-ny za to, chto ee-myé-ee-tye]
Be thankful for what you have. (formal or plural)

All these examples are based on the word благода́рен which comes from the verb благодари́ть. You can listen to its pronunciation and see some examples below.

Now you know how to say count your blessings in Russian. Do it more often (count your blessings) and good things will happen in your life! 🙂

Listen to "Count your blessings" in Russian

The audio recording includes all the examples (in bold and blue) listed above.

Listen to the verb благодарить

to thank

Examples of благодарить

  • Мне так и не предста́вился слу́чай поблагодари́ть его́.

    mnye tak ee nye preetstáveelsya slúchai pablagadaréet' eevó

    I never had the chance to thank him.

  • Благодарю́ вас всех за подде́ржку.

    blagadaryú vas fsyeh za paddyérshku

    Thank you all for your support.

  • Тебе́ не меня́ на́до благодари́ть, а Ди́му. Э́то он всё устро́ил.

    teebyé nye meenyá náda blagadaréet', a déemu. éta on fsyo ustróeel

    You don't need to thank me but Dima. He arranged it all.

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