It's much easier than you think and will help you a lot.
As you get acquainted with these terms, you will learn to string them together into certain phrases. By the way, when Russians ask you in English "What do you want? I know in America, it is informal and unprofessional to ask someone "what do you want" especially if it comes from a customer service person, and even rude in some situations.
In less than 20 minutes you will know more than some men know after a few years of their search!
The Kurds are the majority population in the autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan, and are a significant minority group in the neighboring countries of Turkey, Iran, and Syria, where Kurdish nationalist movements continue to pursue greater autonomy and cultural rights.
Kurdish holds official status in Iraq as a national language alongside Arabic, is recognized in Iran as a regional language, and in Armenia as a minority language.
It's best to have a Russian person say these out loud to you first so you can know how they are pronounced.
If you're unfamiliar with these words, it's best to print them out and memorize them before going to Russia.* Also, get acquainted with saying numbers in Russian.