Russian Naptime Phrases – Phrase of the Day Calendar

Learning Russian with your family? Here are six phrases in Russian that you can use for naptime! Be sure to pick and choose which phrases work best for your family!

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MONDAY

Тебе пора поспать.

Tebe para paspat’.

It’s time for your nap.


Вам пора поспать.

Vam para paspat’.

It’s time for your nap. (to 2+)

TUESDAY

Я люблю своего плюшевого мишку.

Ya lyublyu svayevo plyushevava mishku.

I love my teddy bear.

WEDNESDAY

Перестань играть и ложись, пожалуйста.

Perestan` igrat` i lazhis`, pazhalusta.

Stop playing, and lie down please.


Перестаньте играть и ложитесь, пожалуйста.

Perestan`te igrat` i lazhites`, pazhalusta.

Stop playing, and lie down please. (to 2+)

THURSDAY

Ты бы не мог говорить шёпотом?

Ty by ne mog gavarit’ shopatam?

Will you please whisper? (to a male)


Ты не могла бы говорить шёпотом?

Ty ne magla by gavarit’ shopatam?

Will you please whisper? (to a female)

FRIDAY

Малыш наконец-то спит.

Malysh nakanetsta spit.

The baby is finally asleep.

SATURDAY

Хорошо поспал?

Harasho paspal?

Did you have a nice nap? (to a male)


Хорошо поспала?

Harasho paspala?

Did you have a nice nap? (to a female)

These phrases are from our phrasebook Use Russian at Home, which is made by native Russian speakers.

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