Russian verb conjugation

Trying to give you a better way to memorize conjugation of Russian verbs, we came up with this type of lessons. In every lesson we take a verb (or a few) and show you all its forms in different tenses and derivatives. To help you memorize the content of the verb tables better, we added some examples after each tense. And you can practice all this with an audio track! (Unfortunately, the audio is not available for all the lessons, but we are working on fixing it.)

Want to learn how to conjugate any Russian verbs yourself? Check out these lessons.

Хотеть / хотеться

Хотеть / хотеться

Today’s verbs: хоте́ть / хоте́ться.

Imperfective. Mixed conjugation. Stem changing verb.

Meaning:
– хоте́ть – to want,
– хоте́ться: мне хо́чется – I feel like (doing something).

Perfective – захоте́ть(ся).Study the lesson →

Думать / думаться

Думать / думаться

Today’s verbs are: ду́мать / ду́маться.

Imperfective. First conjugation.

Meaning:
– ду́мать – to think;
– ду́маться: думается, что — one should think, it appears that.

Perfective – поду́мать(ся).

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