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Russian personal pronouns

IЯ
YouТы
HeОн
SheОна
ItОно
WeМы
YouВы
TheyОни
to knowзнать
to beбыть

INFINITIVE FORM

 

FOR VERB 'TO KNOW' IN RUSSIAN

TO KNOW  - ЗНАТЬ


З      ZIP
Н     NOSE
А     ATMOSPHERE
Т     COMPETITIVE
Ь     THE SOFT SIGN

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Conjuation of verb 'to know' in Russian




I knowЯ знаю
You knowТы знаешь
He knowsОн знает
She knowsОна знает
We knowМы знаем
You knowВы знаете
They knowОни знают


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IN ENGLISH, REGULAR VERBS NORMALLY CHANGE THEIR ENDING JUST WHEN WE USE THEM WITH SHE, IT, HE OR FOR PAST FORM. IN RUSSIAN YOU CHANGE THE END OF THE VERB ALL THE TIME AND THE ENDING DEPENDS ON A SUBJECT

To think

INFINITIVE FORM

 

FOR VERB 'TO BE' IN RUSSIAN IS БЫТЬ

Б     BRING
Ы    CHARITABLE
Т     COMPETITIVE
Ь     THE SOFT SIGN

БЫТЬ WORKS AS WILL IN ENGLISH, FOR FUTURE TENSE. WHEN YOU USE VERB БЫТЬ, THE NEXT VERB IS GOING TO BE IN INFINITIVE FORM. THE ONLY DIFFERENCE, BETWEEN WILL AND БЫТЬ (IN CASES WHEN WE USE IT FOR FUTURE TENSE)
THAT WE TREAT VERB БЫТЬ AS AN ORDINAR VERB,
IT MEANS THAT THE FORM YOU ARE GOING
TO CHOOSE  DEPENDS ON A SUBJECT.

Conjuation of verb 'to be' in Russian




I willЯ буду
You willТы будешь
He willОн будет
She willОна будет
We willМы будем
You willВы будете
They willОни будут


 Pronoun 'you' in Russian

WE USE 'ТЫ'  WHEN WE  ADDRESSING ONE PERSON WITH WHOM WE ARE FAMILIAR, 'ВЫ' WE USE  FOR FORMAL GREETING AND IN THE PLURAL.

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