How to say "Ready, steady, go!" in Russian

Have you ever wondered how to say ready, steady, go! in Russian? Here is the answer:

На старт, внима́ние, марш!
[na start, vnee-má-nee-ye, marsh]

As you can see, the Russian version is very different from the English one. Let’s look at it in detail:

На старт means to the start!

Внима́ние is translated as attention!

Марш literally means march (walk in a military manner with a regular measured tread), but here is used in the sense go!

Listen to "Ready, steady, go!" in Russian

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2 thoughts on “Ready, steady, go!

    • Learn Russian Daily says:

      Hello Sonny,

      It will be “не стреля́й” [nye stree-lyáî] (informal) or “не стреля́йте” [nye stree-lyáî-tye] (formal).

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