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He ate in Russian 🇷🇺

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he ate ел
How to say “he ate” in Russian? “Ел”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ел” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on he ate in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Imagine a person eating ("ел" sounds like "yel") to help remember it.
– Note that "ел" is an irregular past tense form, different from other Russian verbs.

– "Ел" (yel) is the masculine form of the past tense of the verb "есть" (to eat) in Russian.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Кушал (kushal): Colloquial term for "ate."

Infinitive and different conjugations:
Infinitive: есть (yest')

– Я ем (ya yem) – I eat
– Ты ешь (ty yesh') – You eat (singular/informal)
– Он/она ест (on/ona yest') – He/she eats
– Мы едим (my yedim) – We eat
– Вы едите (vy yedite) – You eat (plural/formal)
– Они едят (oni yedyat) – They eat

– Я ел (ya yel) – I ate (masculine)
– Я ела (ya yela) – I ate (feminine)
– Ты ел (ty yel) – You ate (masculine singular)
– Ты ела (ty yela) – You ate (feminine singular)
– Он ел (on yel) – He ate
– Она ела (ona yela) – She ate
– Оно ело (ono yelo) – It ate
– Мы ели (my yeli) – We ate
– Вы ели (vy yeli) – You ate (plural/formal)
– Они ели (oni yeli) – They ate

– Я буду есть (ya budu yest') – I will eat
– Ты будешь есть (ty budesh' yest') – You will eat (singular/informal)
– Он/она будет есть (on/ona budet yest') – He/she will eat
– Мы будем есть (my budem yest') – We will eat
– Вы будете есть (vy budete yest') – You will eat (plural/formal)
– Они будут есть (oni budut yest') – They will eat

Examples of sentences:
– Вчера он ел пирог. (Vchera on yel pirog.) – Yesterday he ate pie.
– Она сказала, что ты ел слишком быстро. (Ona skazala, chto ty yel slishkom bystro.) – She said that you ate too fast.
– Мы ели в новом ресторане вчера. (My yeli v novom restorane vchera.) – We ate at a new restaurant yesterday.

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