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He left in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
1. Visual Memory: Imagine someone walking away, 'sh' in "ушёл" sounds like the sound of shuffling feet when they leave.
2. Sound Association: The first part 'у' can sound like "oo" in "boot," so combine it with "sh" sound easily to remember.
3. Mnemonic: Imagine saying "You shall" but blending the two words quickly to form "ush’ol".

– "Ушёл" is the past tense of the verb "уйти" (to leave/go away) for a masculine subject.
– It literally translates to "left" or "went away".

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Покинул (pokínul)
– Оставил (ostávil)

Infinitive and Conjugations:
Infinitive: уйти (uyti)

Past Tense:
– Ушёл (ushol) – he left (masc.)
– Ушла (ushla) – she left (fem.)
– Ушло (ushlo) – it left (neut.)
– Ушли (ushli) – they left

Present Tense:
Note: The verb "уйти" does not have a present tense form, use уходить (ukhodit) instead, but with a different aspect (ongoing action):
– Ухожу (ukhozhú) – I am leaving
– Уходишь (ukhódesh') – you are leaving
– Уходит (ukhódit) – he/she/it is leaving
– Уходим (ukhódim) – we are leaving
– Уходите (ukhóditə) – you all are leaving
– Уходят (ukhódyat) – they are leaving

Future Tense:
– Уйду (uydu) – I will leave
– Уйдёшь (uydyósh') – you will leave
– Уйдёт (uydyót) – he/she/it will leave
– Уйдём (uydyóm) – we will leave
– Уйдёте (uydyótə) – you all will leave
– Уйдут (uydút) – they will leave

Examples of sentences:
1. Он ушёл домой. (On ushol domoy.) – He left for home.
2. Она ушла на работу. (Ona ushla na rabotu.) – She left for work.
3. Мы ушли из ресторана. (My ushli iz restorana.) – We left the restaurant.
4. Они ушли на вечеринку. (Oni ushli na vecherinku.) – They left for the party.

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