Russian Verb Conjugation Examples

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I think it will make it easier to understand with Russian verb conjugation examples. In fact, there are similarities in English.

In Russian, the infinitive form of the verb ends with the suffixes “-ть, -ти, -чь” at the end of the verb.

Виде ть, Слуша ть, Читать

There are two situations for verbs in Russian. (three for movement verbs)

НЕСОВЕРШЕННЫЙ ВИД – Incomplete verb state – Action in progress, while repeating

СОВЕРШЕННЫЙ ВИД – Completed verb state – If the action is finished.

Example verb conjugation: “
To see – Видеть

Russian Verb Conjugation Examples

Incomplete Completed
Infinitive carpet Видеть Увидеть


Я Вижу
Ты Видишь
Он, oна, oно Видит
Мы Видим
Вы Видите
Они Видят


Incomplete Completed
Masculine Видел Увидел
Feminine Видела Увидела
Neutral Видело Увидело
Plural Видели Увидели

Future tense

Incomplete Completed
Я Буду Видеть Увижу
Ты Будешь Видеть Увидишь
Он, oна, oно Будет Видеть Увидит
Мы Будем Видеть Увидим
Вы Будете Видеть Увидите

Examples from the present: Слушать – listen

Я Слушаю Listening
Ты Слушаешь -ешь you’re listening
Он/она Слушает -ет Listening
Мы Слушаем -ем Go ahead
Вы Слушаете -ете You’re listening
Они Слушают -ют They’re listening

Понимать – understand

Я Понимаю I understand
Ты Понимаешь -ешь you understand
Он/она Понимает -ет Understand
Мы Понимаем -ем Understand
Вы Понимаете -ете you get it
Они Понимают -ют They understand

Спрашивать – ask

Я Спрашиваю I ask
Ты Спрашиваешь -ешь You ask
Он/она Спрашивает -ет Asking
Мы Спрашиваем -ем We ask
Вы Спрашиваете -ете You ask
Они Спрашивают -ют They ask

Отдыхать – relax

Я Отдыхаю I’m resting
Ты Отдыхаешь -ешь You’re relaxing
Он/он Отдыхает -ет Resting
Мы Отдыхаем -ем We relax
Вы Отдыхаете -ете You’re relaxing
Они Отдыхают -ют They are resting

Click here to see a large number of Russian Verbs .

As you can see in the examples, there are very close shots to our language in Russian.

It is useful to do a little familiarity. If you are fluent in English a little, I recommend you to take a look at the tests on this site. I think it will be very useful: DuoLingo

P.S. For a long time, I tried to learn first-person things like only I want, I do, I understand, I drink. Then I had to go back and learn the other shots. Don’t be lazy, learn all of it when you start. You don’t get it. I know the surprise of not being able to say “Ya ni panimayu” and then understand me : ) Learn, take notes, study. I want, I do, I do these things I don’t do with me. It is necessary to learn about you, me, him, us, and you, even them. You need it in such a way that you will be surprised.

By the way, don’t use me, you, him at the beginning of everything. Instead of “Ya panimayu”, just say “Panimayu”. Do we say “I get it” or do we say “I get it”? The Russians are no different. They say I get it.

Continue, try : )))

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By Rus Elazizli

2002’den beri farklı konularda dergi, kitap, broşür, internet sitesi ve ticari çeşitli dökümanların Rusça-Türkçe, Türkçe-Rusça çevirisini yapıyorum, ayrıca bayanlar için özel ders veriyorum. Üniversite mezunuyum, Yabancı Diller Fakültesi, Mütercim Tercümanlığı okudum.

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