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Russian language lesson 5 – Russian verbs conjugation

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104. 100 Verbs Every Russian Beginner Must-Know | A1 Level Vocabulary

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Learn Russian Verbs - lesson 1 (5 verbs: to do, to read, to think, to know, to understand)

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Learn Russian Verbs - lesson 1 🤍 Online course materials for learning Russian. This lesson discusses the most common Russian verbs. In this lesson the Russian verb conjugation is discussed. This lesson discusses 5 Russian verbs. For more online courses to learn Russian, visit 🤍 Copyright BLC / Learnrussian.org

Russian verbs of motion

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Learn the Top 25 Must-Know Russian Verbs!

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Want to learn to speak even more Russian the fast, fun and easy way? Then sign up for your free lifetime account right now, click here 🤍 Sign up in seconds. Access 100s of audio and video lessons and start speaking like a native speaker. Step 1: Go to 🤍 Step 2: Sign up in seconds for a Free Lifetime Account. Step 3: Start learning Russian the fast, fun and easy way! Get started learning Russian the fastest, easiest and most fun way with Katya! In this video, you'll learn the 25 most important verbs in the Russian language. Let Katya help you through this subject as you start learning Russian! If you liked this video, be sure to subscribe and check out Katya's Weekly Words series! Save 20% on FULL Access to RussianPod101 with your YOUTUBE coupon for All subscriptions ■ Instagram: 🤍 ■ Facebook: 🤍 ■ Twitter: 🤍 Also, please LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos! We really appreciate it. Thanks! #Russian #LearnRussian #RussianPod101 #Language #Learning #Fluent #Lessons

Top 10 Verbs in Russian

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Hey, in this video I am talking about top 10 Russian verbs. I hope this gets a lot of attention, because I really think that these will help your Russian a lot! If you know these verbs, then you can express 40% (rough estimate) of your thoughts! I hope it was helpful! BeFluent Class- 🤍 Russian Shirts- 🤍 Support Languages- 🤍 Facebook Community- 🤍 Instagram- 🤍 Me VK- 🤍 Email- befluentlanguages🤍gmail.com

50 Top Russian Verbs Every Beginner Must Know | Super Easy Russian 39

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Beginning Russian: Introduction to Verb Conjugation

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This video is for students who study Russian as a foreign language at the university. It introduces you to the grammar concept of the verb conjugation and the present tense. Recommended for the beginning level. If you would like to test yourself on this grammar point? here is a short quiz: 🤍 If you like my channel and appreciate my work, please help me make more and better videos for you to learn Russian. Support my channel and website here: 🤍 Buy my tutorial e-book "Russian Verbal Aspect in Contrast", explaining a complex grammar concept with pictures, graphics, tables, key-words, and examples with no long texts. You can have it the way you prefer: in an e-book 🖥💻📲 or a print-out booklet. 🤍

100 common Russian verbs reading

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Download the PDF from this video here: 🤍 There are several columns there: a word in Russian, an English translation, a phonetic transcription, and just a normal transliteration.

Conjugations | Russian Language

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Each verb is conjugated. And you need to know those endings of conjugation if you want to be understood. BeFluent Class- 🤍 Russian Shirts- 🤍 Support Languages- 🤍 Facebook Community- 🤍 Instagram- 🤍 Me VK- 🤍 Email- befluentlanguages🤍gmail.com Answer Key: Бегать- to run Я бегаю Ты бегаешь Он бегает Она бегает Оно бегает Мы бегаем Вы бегаете Они бегают Играть- to play Я играю Ты играешь Он играет Она играет Оно играет Мы играем Вы играете Они играют Читать- to read Я читаю Ты читаешь Он читает Она читает Оно читает Мы читаем Вы читаете Они читают. Hope, you didn't make a mistake!

[Listening] 280 Russian Basic Verbs with Sentence Example

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00:01 брать - to take; to hire 01:08 держать - to hold; to keep 02:22 Зачем Джиму возвращаться? - Why should Jim return? 03:33 достать - to reach; to get; to obtain 04:42 Тебе нельзя ехать. - You can't go. 05:48 приходить - to come; to arrive 06:57 Они продолжают звать. - They keep calling. 08:03 купить - to buy; to purchase 09:10 хотеть - to want 10:20 видеть - to see 11:30 Нам надо перейти улицу. - We have to cross the street. 12:44 признать - to recognize; to acknowledge; to admit 13:55 Дерево перестало расти. - The tree stopped growing. 15:10 терпеть - to endure; to suffer; to stand; to tolerate 16:26 Ненавижу себя жалеть. - I hate feeling sorry for myself. 17:38 догадаться - to guess; to have the sense to 18:49 готовиться - to prepare for; to make ready for 20:04 возразить - to object; to disagree 21:12 Вам придётся сдвинуться. - You'll have to move. 22:23 Попробуй успокоиться. - Try to calm down. 23:33 думать - to think; to believe 24:43 сделать - to do; to make; to finish 25:54 взглянуть - to look; to give a glance 27:02 разговаривать - to talk; to speak; to converse 28:12 Я хочу научиться карате. - I want to learn karate. 29:18 Мы можем встретиться. - We can meet. 30:25 Я хочу узнать. - I want to know. 31:30 Что бы я стал делать? - What'd I do? 32:39 сказать - to say; to tell; to speak 33:46 есть - to eat 34:51 мочь - to be able 35:53 взять - to take 36:58 Помоги мне встать. - Help me stand up. 38:01 Я могу пойти. - I can go. 39:11 Мог бы постучать. - You could've knocked. 40:19 Это легко запомнить. - It's easy to remember. 41:25 Тебе выбирать. - It's for you to choose. 42:33 Я хочу переплыть озеро. - I want to swim across the lake. 43:44 бывать - to be; to be present; to happen 44:51 работать - to work 45:55 Я не могу сдаться. - I can't give up. 47:00 Он может меня увидеть? - Can he see me? 48:10 Что это может значить? - What can that mean? 49:16 Не забудь написать. - Don't forget to write. 50:23 Я могу остаться. - I can stay. 51:31 Не смог получить. - I couldn't get it. 52:35 бояться - to be afraid; to fear 53:40 Можешь это прочитать? - Can you read it? 54:47 вспомнить - to remember; to recall 55:56 Я могу уйти? - Can I leave? 57:01 слушать - to listen 58:06 показать - to show; to display 59:11 называть - to call; to name 01:00:21 войти - to enter; to come in 01:01:26 спать - to sleep 01:02:28 поднять - to lift; to raise 01:03:35 встать - to get up; to rise; to stand up 01:04:43 бросить - to throw 01:05:54 находиться - to be found; to turn up; to be located 01:07:03 Можешь положить это там. - You can put it there. 01:08:13 Это могло случиться. - It could happen. 01:09:23 Как мне ее назвать? - What should I name it? 01:10:29 Этого должно хватить. - That should suffice. 01:11:37 Мне пришлось улыбнуться. - I had to smile. 01:12:49 представить - to present; to produce; to introduce 01:13:58 снять - to take away; to take off; to photograph 01:15:12 вспоминать - to remember; to recall 01:16:14 Я могу помочь? - Can I help? 01:17:20 Я мог потерять работу. - I could lose my job. 01:18:28 Вам нельзя входить. - You can't come in. 01:19:33 Мы должны действовать. - We must act. 01:20:38 Позвольте мне понести. - Let me carry it. 01:21:45 плакать - to cry 01:22:51 Ты готов лететь? - Are you ready to fly? 01:24:00 повторить - to repeat 01:25:09 ударить - to strike; to hit; to beat 01:26:23 падать - to fall; to drop; to decline 01:27:30 Я буду стрелять. - I'll shoot. 01:28:37 Я буду следить за Кеном. - I'll watch Ken. 01:29:44 понравиться - to like 01:30:56 извинить - to excuse; to pardon 01:32:07 Я могу закрыть дверь? - Can I close the door? 01:33:14 ездить - to drive; to ride; to go; to travel 01:34:26 повторять - to repeat 01:35:33 Кто будет платить? - Who will pay? 01:36:42 Он был готов заговорить. - He was about to speak. 01:37:52 бегать - to run; to run about 01:38:57 тянуть - to pull; to draw; to haul 01:40:04 Мне нечего бросать. - I don't have anything to throw. 01:41:14 Я не могу вас отпустить. - I can't let you go. 01:42:25 собирать - to gather; to collect; to put together; to pack 01:43:38 Мы можем проверить. - We can check. 01:44:48 Ей не к кому обратиться. - She has no one to turn to. 01:46:00 отправить - to send; to forward; to mail 01:47:06 болеть - to be ill; to worry; to be a fan of 01:48:19 построить - to build; to make; to construct 01:49:30 вернуть - to return; to give back 01:50:38 повернуть - to turn 01:51:44 Я не хочу умирать. - I don't want to die. 01:52:50 Том умеет ловить птиц. - Tom knows how to catch birds. 01:53:56 Я должен это записать? - Should I write that down? 01:55:07 Том будет страдать. - Tom will suffer. Credits: Sentences are provided by Tatoeba project (🤍 and 🤍 under the Creative Commons - Attribution 2.0 France and edited by Joytan App. All images included are licensed under Attribution 2.0 Generic. See corresponding attributions to authors above the images.

500 Essential Russian Verbs You Must Know!

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The 10 most common Russian verbs and their conjugations | Russian verb conjugation practice

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Sign up for a free training to learn how to conjugate any Russian verb into any tense: 🤍 WATCH NEXT ○ Untranslatable Russian words - 🤍 ○ The longest Russian words - 🤍 FREE RESOURCES: ○ Texts in slow Russian: 🤍 ○ [TRAINING] How to conjugate Russian verbs - 🤍 ○ Pronunciation cheatsheet: 🤍 ○ 1500 most common Russian words: 🤍 ○ Elementary Russian reader: 🤍 ○ Boost Your Russian website: 🤍 ❤️ SUPPORT MY CHANNEL: 🤍 MY SECOND YOUTUBE CHANNEL FOR BEGINNERS (RUSSIAN LEVEL 1) - 🤍 ABOUT In this video, I´ll teach you the 10 most common Russian verbs and how to conjugate them into all tenses. I know it´s not easy to find good Russian verb conjugation practice lessons online. I want to make this lesson as practical as possible, there will be plenty of pauses so you can repeat after me and practice your Russian speaking skills. The list of verbs is taken from the Russian frequency dictionary. These are the most common Russian verbs. You definitely need to know how to conjugate them because you’ll be using them all the time when you speak Russian. TITLE The 10 most common Russian verbs and their conjugations | Russian verb conjugation practice

Top 50 Russian verbs with examples | Learn the most useful verbs in Russian

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In this video, you´ll learn top 50 Russian verbs. You will also see examples of how to use these useful verbs in a sentence. Each sentence will be repeated twice, first in slow Russian, and then in normal speed Russian. These verbs are very common and useful, so take your time to really master them. WATCH NEXT: ○ Top 50 Russian nouns: 🤍 ○ 30 ways to say THANK YOU and YOU ARE WELCOME in Russian: 🤍 FREE RESOURCES: ○ [TRAINING] How to conjugate Russian verbs - 🤍 ○ Pronunciation cheatsheet: 🤍 ○ 1500 most common Russian words: 🤍 ○ Elementary Russian reader: 🤍 ○ Boost Your Russian website: 🤍 ❤️ SUPPORT MY CHANNEL: 🤍 MY SECOND YOUTUBE CHANNEL FOR BEGINNERS (RUSSIAN LEVEL 1) - 🤍 TITLE Top 50 Russian verbs with examples | Learn the most useful verbs in Russian

214. Russian Vebs A1 Level | Most common Russian verbs conjugation

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Quick and Easy Way to Use Russian Verbs | Super Easy Russian 65

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Russian verbs (new): conjugation of 5 frequently used verbs: work, study, listen, repeat, rest

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Russian verbs - conjugation / Russian grammar New version - in the previous version the balance between background music and narration was not correct. 5 verbs: работать (to work), изучать (to study), слушать (to listen to), повторять (to repeat), отдыхать (to rest, to relax). Most common verbs in Russian. Learn Russian on learnrussian.org, a platform with free online courses to learn Russian. Learnrussian.org publishes every week new video lessons. Sign up to the online Russian course on 🤍. The Russian lessons are given using video animation, on of the most efficient methods for transfer of knowledge. Short videos of 5-10 minutes are the most easy to consume for Russian language students. The online courses are developed by certified Russian language teachers РКИ (Russian as a foreign language / Русский как иностранный); who are trained to apply modern principles in video teaching, e-learning, multimedia teaching and language tuition.

100 basic Russian verbs every beginner must know - check your level of Russian language

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Today we will learn 100 basic Russian verbs that every beginner must know. I also explain you some basic Russian pronunciation rules (for example how to pronounce vowels O and E and some helpful facts about voiced and not voiced consonants). Of course I give you some tips how to understand these difficult verb aspects (imperfective vs perfective) in Russian language. You can just check out what verbs you know and write down some if they are new for you. Your Russian teacher, Veronika

Russian verbs 3 (new) | conjugation of most common verbs (speak, watch, look, remember, call, smoke)

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Russian verb conjugation: говорить (to speak), смотреть (to watch, to look), помнить (to remember), звонить (to call), курить (to smoke). New version: with better balance narration / background music. Most common verbs in Russian. Learn Russian on learnrussian.org, a platform with free online courses to learn Russian. Learnrussian.org publishes every week new video lessons. Sign up to the online Russian course on 🤍. The Russian lessons are given using video animation, on of the most efficient methods for transfer of knowledge. Short videos of 5-10 minutes are the most easy to consume for Russian language students. The online courses are developed by certified Russian language teachers РКИ (Russian as a foreign language / Русский как иностранный); who are trained to apply modern principles in video teaching, e-learning, multimedia teaching and language tuition.

Learn to CONJUGATE Russian VERBS 🤓 in Present Tense (with Personal Pronouns) | Russian Comprehensive

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Learn to CONJUGATE Russian VERBS: Introduction. Knowing how to use verbs, allows you to start Speaking and Expressing Yourself! It's easier than you think. Here, you'll Learn Russian with ease and no time wasted 👍 This lesson is an introduction to the topic of CONJUGATION in Russian, and we'll take 3 Russian verbs as an example: говорИть | слУшать | слЫшать ❗️❗️❗️ Site where you can check conjugation of Russian verbs: kartaslov.ru/проспрягать-глагол/учить You can Speed up the video or Slow it down under the ⚙️ Video Settings icon (Playback speed) _ Earn $10 free ITALKI credit: 🤍 ✅ You can contact me and SCHEDULE a LESSON via email: RussianComprehensive (at) yandex.ru or here: 🤍 Find RUSSIAN COMPREHENSIVE here: ✅ Subscribe on YouTube: youtube.com/c/RussianComprehensiveDotCom?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 VK: 🤍 _ 👉 Conjugation Practice: 10 COMON -АТЬ/-ЯТЬ VERBS: youtube.com/watch?v=kR_G8an7OuQ&list=PLpgpVaWoAiTH_PzHZ5JOD4BsFdQwf5toL 👉 Conjugation Practice: ВИДЕТЬ & СЛЫШАТЬ: youtube.com/watch?v=9vXYmnNLqwE&list=PLpgpVaWoAiTH_PzHZ5JOD4BsFdQwf5toL 👉 NEXT (Make Simple Phrases with Verbs): youtube.com/watch?v=vF9RY-mXqiQ&list=PLpgpVaWoAiTEF8aNQvPnFCLBrtIeF3tqa 👉 PREVIOUS: Excuse Me, Do You Speak English? youtube.com/watch?v=44dQAWmKyDs&list=PLpgpVaWoAiTEF8aNQvPnFCLBrtIeF3tqa _ If you’re a Beginner in Russian, it’s more important for you to see and understand the patterns in conjugating Russian verbs. 👆 Read the conjugation of a new verb together with personal pronouns 3 to 5 times, don’t strive to memorize it, just read it thoughtfully, paying attention to the patterns. Then close it and try to write it down, in the same order. After you’re done, compare what you’ve written to the correct conjugation. Take a note about your mistakes and try again. When you see that you can easily write that conjugation, move on to the next verb. Once you see that you’re pretty confident with conjugating the new verb, write down both of them by memory, and so on. ❗️ It's just a mechanical thing, but it WORKS GREAT! Pay special attention to the stress, that sometimes jumps from one part of a verb to another. Also, try to not confuse the verbs слУшать (= to listen) и слЫшать (= to hear), which is a common mistake for R learners, who may say ‘слЫшаю’ instead of ‘слЫшу’, or ‘слУшу’ instead of ‘слУшаю’. It’s important to not force yourself to memorize conjugation to stay motivated. It’s important to read the conjugation thoughtfully because it keeps you focused. It’s important to write it down on paper with your own hand, and not just type it, because with that, you’re also activating your motor memory. And when you’re making mistakes that you didn’t expect, you’re actually also helping yourself, because at that moment, you’re engaging your emotions in the process, and they let you remember things even better. So, welcome your mistakes! 0:00 - Intro 0:58 - What's Conjugation? 1:53 - Russian Personal Pronouns (Singular) 2:13 - Short Note on Russian Genders 2:53 - Russian Personal Pronouns (Plural) 3:57 - What is an Infinitive Form of a Verb? 4:49 - Conjugate the Verb "Говорить" 6:16 - Comparison Chart for the Verbs "Говорить", "Слушать", "Слышать" 9:20 - Recommendation for Beginners 9:53 - How Can you Remember the Conjugation Better? 11:26 - A site where you can find / check conjugation of Russian verbs 11:50 - Important Notes on Learning Conjugation _ 👆 This video is a part of a Guided Plan for Learning Russian: youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpgpVaWoAiTEF8aNQvPnFCLBrtIeF3tqa With clear directions and explanations, Russian won't seem that tricky. I believe, that behind every language, there's a particular way of thinking. I hope, you enjoy the lessons! _ 👉 MASTER Russian READING: youtube.com/watch?v=W4Hc6eQOt1o&list=PLpgpVaWoAiTF7qeZnkArrYt2Fd6CJf2au 👉 How to Pronounce the Mysterious Russian Ы? youtube.com/watch?v=wHmPw0V38Tk&list=PLpgpVaWoAiTEF8aNQvPnFCLBrtIeF3tqa 👉 Start SPEAKING Russian! youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpgpVaWoAiTH7BnvfIbp9Yk8GGYr4xiyC 👉 Learn How to WRITE in Russian: youtube.com/watch?v=eGBfw_Ukx2g&list=PLpgpVaWoAiTEF8aNQvPnFCLBrtIeF3tqa _ Music: purple-planet.com freemusicarchive.org Special Thanks to my Russian Students Special Thanks to GregVega.com youtube.com/channel/UC_dvolPXwS65SrYkFSe9XUA _ © All Rights Reserved #RussianComprehensive #Russianverbs #Russianconjugation #FreeRussianLessons #learnrussian #russian #russianlanguage #russiancomprehensive #speakrussian #russianphrases #russianonline #readinrussian #howtolearnrussian #freerussianlesssons #learnrussianonline #howtoreadinrussian #aprenderuso #ruso #linguarusa #russo #russe, conjugate russian verbs, conjugation in russian

#45 Russian grammar: Conjugation of verbs - 1st, 2nd - спряжение русских глаголов

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Russian verbs change their forms a lot and to understand how it works you first need to study two types of Russian verbs - that is two types of conjugation! It will get clearer, I promise! English too! English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday! My channel - 🤍 My group - 🤍 My facebook group - 🤍

#5 43 Most used Russian Verbs

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Thanks for watching. Please LIKE if you found it helpful and feel free to write a practice sentence below. If your sentence is correct then I will give it some love. :) MY SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: 🤍russianwithnastya Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍anastasiabatiri 🤍 email: anastaciabatyr🤍yahoo.com Love, Nastya xoxo

Verbs of motion: to GO (4 forms). Russian grammar

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In this lesson you will find 8 variants of the verb "to go": идти-ходить-пойти-сходить ехать-ездить-поехать-съездить And all possible forms of these verbs with explanation of their use and examples. In the end of leesson there is a task and reccomendation of exercise-books to train this topic. All tables given in lesson you can find here: 🤍 RUSSIAN SKYPE LESSONS: 🤍 Thanks for watching, guys! ;)

100 Most Common Russian verbs. PART I

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100 most common Russian verbs. PART I | Learn Russian Hello guys! My name is Daria. In this video I will show you the list of most used verbs in Russian language. I divided the video into 2 parts. Some verbs you may know but some you don’t know. Let’s check how many you will learn! Repeat after me and enjoy. 1 be (быть) 2 have (иметь) 3 do (делать) 4 say (говорить) 5 go (идти) 6 get (получать) 7 make (делать) 8 know (знать) 9 think (думать) 10 take (брать) 11 see (видеть) 12 come (приходить) 13 want (хотеть) 14 use (использовать) 15 find (находить) 16 give (давать) 17 tell (рассказывать) 18 work (работать) 19 call (звонить or звать) 20 try (пытаться) 21 ask (просить; спрашивать) 22 need (нуждаться) 23 feel (чувствовать) 24 become (становиться) 25 leave (оставлять) 26 put (класть) 27 mean (значить) 28 keep (хранить) 29 let (позволять) 30 begin (начинать) 31 seem (казаться) 32 help (помогать) 33 show (показывать) 34 hear (слышать) 35 play (играть) 36 run (бежать) 37 move (двигаться) 38 live (жить) 39 believe (верить) 40 bring (приносить) 41 happen (случаться) 42 write (писать) 43 sit (сидеть) 44 stand (стоять) 45 lose (терять) 46 pay (платить) 47 meet (встречать) 48 include (включать) 49 continue (продолжать) 50 set (устанавливать) WATCH MY OTHER VIDEOS ▶ 100 Most Common Russian verbs. PART II 🤍 Basic guide to Russian names 🤍 Possessive Pronoun СВОЙ in different cases | Learn Russian 🤍 FIND ME ON: Twitter | 🤍

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Join BeFluent Class - 🤍 Word list from today - 🤍 Family 1. друг - friend 2. же́нщина - woman 3. ребёнок - child 4. оте́ц - father 5. жена́ - wife 6. мать - mother 7. сын - son 8. ма́ма - mom 9. ма́льчик - boy 10. де́вушка - young lady 11. брат - brother 12. мужчи́на - man 13. семья́ - family 14. муж - husband 15. дя́дя - uncle 16. де́вочка - girl 17. роди́тель - parent 18. фами́лия - surname 19. сестра́ - sister 20. сосе́д - neighbor (male) 21. па́па - dad 22. ба́бушка - grandmother 23. де́душка - grandfather 24. дру́жба - friendship 25. внук - grandson 26. сосе́дка - neighbor (female) 27. вдова́ - widow 28. вну́чка - granddaughter 29. вдове́ц - widower 30. де́ти - children Body 31. рука́ - arm 32. глаз - eye 33. голова́ - head 34. лицо́ - face 35. нога́ - leg 36. па́лец - finger 37. спина́ - back 38. язы́к - tongue 39. се́рдце - heart 40. у́хо - ear 41. нос - nose 42. зуб - tooth 43. ко́жа - skin 44. рот - mouth 45. живо́т - stomach 46. головна́я боль - headache Other 47. жизнь - life 48. ме́сто - place 49. здесь - here 50. рабо́та - work Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Instagram- 🤍 Email- befluentlanguages🤍gmail.com

Intermediate Russian II: Verbs of Sending and Receiving: посылать, получать

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In this video, you will learn how to use the verbs: посылать/послать, получать/получить, присылать/прислать, пересылать/переслать - all verbs of sending and receiving. Recommended for the intermediate level.

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Russian verbs - 4 | conjugation of: играть (to play), гулять (to take a walk), кушать (to eat), спрашивать (to ask), отвечать (to answer). Most common verbs in Russian. Learn Russian on learnrussian.org, a platform with free online courses to learn Russian. Learnrussian.org publishes every week new video lessons. Sign up to the online Russian course on 🤍. The Russian lessons are given using video animation, on of the most efficient methods for transfer of knowledge. Short videos of 5-10 minutes are the most easy to consume for Russian language students. The online courses are developed by certified Russian language teachers РКИ (Russian as a foreign language / Русский как иностранный); who are trained to apply modern principles in video teaching, e-learning, multimedia teaching and language tuition.

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A clear, detailed introduction to conjugating Russian verbs of the first (е/ё) conjugation, with tips on best practices for study. We'll cover the basic verb endings, how they change with stress and different stem types, and an essential tip for learning Russian verbs as efficiently as possible! Russian songs and poems are great ways to tune your ear and practice pronunciation. Download my free ebook, "Songs and Poems for Russian Pronunciation," with lyrics and pronunciation tips for three of my favorites, at 🤍 If you find these videos helpful as you explore this rich, complex language, please consider supporting the channel by buying me a coffee. Спасибо! 🤍

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My website: 🤍 My Patreon: 🤍 The course: ASPECTS OF RUSSIAN VERBS MADE EASY: 🤍 Aspects of the verbs is one of the most difficult topics in the Russian language. There are no rules how to form a perfective aspect and there are a lot of different rules in using these 2 aspects in our conversation. In this video I explained how to use them in general terms. More information and details you can get in my course: 🤍 The list of 55 the most frequent verbs: 🤍 Time codes: 00:26 - Presentation of the course 01:26 - Aspects of Russian verbs 03:03 - Present tense (imperfective) 03:30 - Formation of a perfective aspect 05:00 - Past tense (imperfective) 06:20 - Past tense (perfective) 07:08 - Future tense (imperfective) 08:53 - Future tense (perfective) 11:13 - Common mistakes The most important Russian verbs in Present tense: 🤍 Past Tense in Russian: 🤍 I'm happy to tell you that now my videos have subtitles in 4 languages! If English is not your native language, watch my videos with subtitles in any of these languages: [sous-titres français] [subtítulos en español] [субтитры на русском] [subtitles in English] #russianlanguage #learnrussian #russianverbs

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Learn Russian verbs of motion by getting comfortable with a fundamental idea: moving in one direction is very different from moving in more than one direction... as different as hedgehogs are from space stations. When you know the difference between ходить and идти, you can apply the same idea to all the other Russian motion verbs. Ready to explore the topic in depth? Try three FREE LESSONS of my two-part course on Russian verbs of motion! The course includes videos with enhanced interactivity, exercises with immediate feedback, downloadable audio practice exercises, and more. Get started at 🤍 Russian songs and poems are great ways to tune your ear and practice pronunciation. Download my free ebook, "Songs and Poems for Russian Pronunciation," with lyrics and pronunciation tips for three of my favorites, at 🤍 If you find these videos helpful as you explore this rich, complex language, please consider supporting the channel by buying me a coffee. Спасибо! 🤍

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Learn All Russian Verbs of Motion in One Song! ➡️ Sign up for my free training to learn how to conjugate any Russian verb into any tense: 🤍 Singing songs is a simple but effective way of learning Russian. This video will help you to make a difficult process, like learning Russian motion verbs become an enjoyable experience! 00:00 Russian verbs of motion song 00:05 Идти / Ходить 00:49 Бежать / Бегать 01:35 Ехать / Ездить 02:22 Лететь / Летать 03:08 Плыть / Плавать 03:54 Вести / Водить 04:40 Нести / Носить 05:26 Везти / Возить 06:12 Ползти / Ползать 06:58 Катить / Катать 07:45 Лезть / Лазить 08:31 Гнать / Гонять 09:17 Тащить / Таскать 10:03 Брести / Бродить FREE RESOURCES: ○ News article in slow Russian: 🤍 ○ [TRAINING] How to conjugate Russian verbs - 🤍 ○ Pronunciation cheatsheet: 🤍 ○ 1500 most common Russian words: 🤍 ○ Elementary Russian reader: 🤍 ○ Boost Your Russian website: 🤍 GRADED RUSSIAN READERS: 🤍 ❤️ SUPPORT MY CHANNEL: 🤍 MY SECOND YOUTUBE CHANNEL FOR BEGINNERS (RUSSIAN LEVEL 1) - 🤍 ABOUT One important group of words in the Russian language is the 'verbs of motion'. Verbs of motion are words that take you somewhere. For example: walk, go, run, travel. In Russian such words behave a little differently from the other verbs, and to use them correctly, you need to know all their conjugation forms.

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This conjugation pattern is quirky, but it's also very, very common. It'll appear in dozens of common verbs, so you'll want to know these forms like the back of your hand!

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