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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
1. Connect "прошёл" with the English word "proceeded," which has a sound resemblance to "pro-" at the beginning.
2. Visualize a timeline where "про" signifies "through" and "шёл" sounds like "showing" movement, symbolizing something that has occurred in the past.

– "Прошёл" is the masculine singular past tense form of the verb "пройти" (to pass, to go through).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Проехал (drove past, but usually used with vehicles)
– Повернул (turned, in context can mean passed a point by turning)

Conjugations of "пройти":
Infinitive: пройти
Past Tense:
– Masculine: прошёл (proshyol)
– Feminine: прошла (proshla)
– Neuter: прошло (proshlo)
– Plural: прошли (proshli)
Present Tense: (Note: the verb пройти is perfective, meaning it does not have a present tense form. The imperfective form проходить is used for present actions.)
– Masculine Singular: проходит (prokhodit)
– Feminine Singular: проходит (prokhodit)
– Plural: проходят (prokhodyat)
Future Tense:
– Masculine Singular: пройдёт (proydyot)
– Feminine Singular: пройдёт (proydyot)
– Plural: пройдут (proydut)

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Он прошёл мимо дома. (On proshyol mimo doma.) – He passed by the house.
– Она прошла тест. (Ona proshla test.) – She passed the test.
– Время прошло быстро. (Vremya proshlo bystro.) – Time passed quickly.
– Мы прошли все трудности. (My proshli vse trudnosti.) – We went through all the difficulties.

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