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

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– Tips to remember the Russian word:
– You can break down "чувствовал" into "чувс-" and "-тво-" and "-вал." The first part, "чувс," sounds somewhat like "chutzpah," which is a bold or audacious quality—this could remind you of feelings.
– The suffix "-вал" is a common ending for past tense verbs in Russian.

– Explanations:
– "Чувствовал" is the masculine singular past tense form of the verb "чувствовать," which means "to feel."
– The root "чувств-" pertains to sensation or feeling.

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– Ощущал (oshchushchal)

– Conjugations of the infinitive verb "чувствовать":
– Infinitive: чувствовать (chuvstvovat')

– Past tense:
– Masculine: чувствовал (chuvstvoval)
– Feminine: чувствовала (chuvstvovala)
– Neuter: чувствовало (chuvstvovalo)
– Plural: чувствовали (chuvstvovali)

– Present tense:
– Я чувствую (ya chuvstvuyu) – I feel
– Ты чувствуешь (ty chuvstvuyesh') – You feel
– Он/она/оно чувствует (on/ona/ono chuvstvuyet) – He/she/it feels
– Мы чувствуем (my chuvstvuyem) – We feel
– Вы чувствуете (vy chuvstvuyete) – You (formal/plural) feel
– Они чувствуют (oni chuvstvuyut) – They feel

– Future tense:
– Я буду чувствовать (ya budu chuvstvovat') – I will feel
– Ты будешь чувствовать (ty budesh' chuvstvovat') – You will feel
– Он/она/оно будет чувствовать (on/ona/ono budet chuvstvovat') – He/she/it will feel
– Мы будем чувствовать (my budem chuvstvovat') – We will feel
– Вы будете чувствовать (vy budete chuvstvovat') – You (formal/plural) will feel
– Они будут чувствовать (oni budut chuvstvovat') – They will feel

– Examples of sentences:
– Вчера он чувствовал себя плохо. (Vchera on chuvstvoval sebya plokho) – Yesterday he felt bad.
– Она чувствовала тепло солнца на своей коже. (Ona chuvstvovala teplo solntsa na svoyey kozhe) – She felt the warmth of the sun on her skin.
– Он чувствует счастье, когда играет с детьми. (On chuvstvuyet schast'ye, kogda igraet s det'mi) – He feels happy when playing with children.
– Мы будем чувствовать себя лучше завтра. (My budem chuvstvovat' sebya luchshe zavtra) – We will feel better tomorrow.

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