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Russian verb conjugation

In Russian there are only three verb tenses: past, present and future. That makes learning Russian verb conjugation a bit easier, don’t you think? In this series we offer to practice Russian verb conjugation in different tenses as well as to see some examples of their use with nouns and pronouns in different cases and with different prepositions.

Убирать, убираться

Russian Verb Conjugation: Убирать, убираться

The ability to use Russian verbs in different tenses with confidence makes you a much more advanced Russian speaker. In this lesson we are going to practice Russian verb conjugation with two verbs:

- убира́ть (to clean up, to take away, to remove)
- убира́ться (to clean up, to tidy up, to go away, to get out)

Заснуть, проснуться

Russian conjugation: Заснуть, проснуться

In this lesson we are practicing Russian verb conjugation with two perfective verbs:
- засну́ть (to fall asleep)
- просну́ться (to wake up).

Their imperfective counterparts – засыпать, просыпаться – were studied by us in the previous lesson of the series ‘Russian verb conjugation’.

Засыпать, просыпаться

Russian Verb Conjugation: Засыпать, просыпаться

Do you want to use Russian verbs with confidence? Practice, practice, practice!

Today we learn and repeat the conjugation of two Russian verbs:
- засыпа́ть (to fall asleep)
- просыпа́ться (to wake up)

Listen to the audio and repeat after it.

Узнать, суметь, смочь

Russian verb conjugation with audio: Узнать, суметь, смочь

The only way to master Russian verbs conjugation is practice and repetition. So let’s do it today and conjugate three Russian verbs:
- «узна́ть» (to get to know, to recognize),
- «суме́ть» (to be able, to manage, to succeed),
- «смочь» (to be able).

These verbs are perfective, non-reflexive.

Знать, уметь, мочь

Conjugate Russian verbs: знать, уметь, мочь

Learn and practice Russian verb conjugation with our free lessons.

Three very useful Russian verbs for today:
- «знать» (to know, to be aware)
- «уме́ть» (to be able, to know how to …)
- «мочь» (can, to be able).

Упасть, уронить

Conjugate Russian verbs: упасть, уронить

And again, let’s practice your skills in Russian verbs conjugation.

The verbs of this lesson are
- «упа́сть» (to fall)
- «урони́ть» (to drop).

These verbs are perfective, non-reflexive.

Падать, ронять

Conjugate Russian verbs: падать, ронять

It’s time to practice your skills in conjugating Russian verbs.

Today we conjugate two imperfective and non-reflexive Russian verbs:
- «па́дать» (to fall)
- «роня́ть» (to drop).

They both belong to the first type of conjugation.

Оговориться, ослышаться

Conjugate Russian verbs: оговориться, ослышаться

Today we are going to practice your skills in conjugating Russian verbs.

The verbs of this lesson are
- «оговори́ться» (to make a slip of the tongue)
- «ослы́шаться» (to mishear).

These verbs are perfective, reflexive.

Убежать, спрыгнуть

Conjugate Russian verbs: убежать, спрыгнуть

Today we are going to practice your skills in conjugating Russian verbs and probably to learn new Russian words.

The verbs of this lesson are
- «убежа́ть» (to run away)
- «спры́гнуть» (to jump from).

Both these verbs are perfective, non-reflexive.

Бегать, прыгать

Conjugate Russian verbs: бегать, прыгать

It’s time to practice your skills in conjugating Russian verbs.

The verbs of today’s lesson are:
- «бегать» (to run)
- «прыгать» (to jump).

Both these verbs belong to the second type of conjugation, imperfective aspect, non-reflexive.

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