Sunday, June 3, 2012

How to say you are for or against something in Russian

  If you want to say you're for something, you use за. If you're against something you use против. On to examples!

за - for
против - against

быть за — to be in favour
быть против — to be against
Ты за? - Are you in favour [of it]?
Кто за? - Those in favour?
Все против. - All against.
Ты не против? - You're not against it? Do you mind?
Ты не против, если я возьму это? - Do you mind if I take this?
Я за мир во всём мире. - I'm for world peace.
Я против войны. - I'm against war.
Аня за спасение редких видов. - Anya is for saving endangered species.
Миша против алкоголя. - Misha is against alcohol.
Лена всеми руками за запрет курения. - Lena is all for smoking ban.
взвесить все за и против - weigh all the pros and cons

What are you for? Against? Let me know in the comments!

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