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He saw in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Видел" sounds like "window," and you often "see" through a window. This association may help you remember that "видел" means "saw."

– "Видел" is a past tense verb indicating the action of seeing something. In Russian, verbs change form based on tense, number, and gender.
– "Видел" specifically is the masculine singular form.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Увидел (uvidel) – saw, caught sight of
– Замечал (zamechal) – noticed, observed (imperfective)

If it is infinitive, then give the different conjugations (past, present, future, etc.):
– Infinitive: видеть (videt') – to see
– Present: я вижу (ya vizhu), ты видишь (ty vidish'), он/она/оно видит (on/ona/ono vidit), мы видим (my vidim), вы видите (vy vidite), они видят (oni vidyat)
– Past: (singular) видел (videl), видела (videla), видело (videlo); (plural) видели (videli)
– Future (imperfective): буду видеть (budu videt'), будешь видеть (budesh' videt'), будет видеть (budet videt'), будем видеть (budem videt'), будете видеть (budete videt'), будут видеть (budut videt')
– Future (perfective): увижу (uvizhu), увидишь (uvidish'), увидит (uvidit), увидим (uvidim), увидите (uvidite), увидят (uvudyat)

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Он видел фильм вчера. (On videl fil'm vchera.) – He saw the movie yesterday.
– Она видела своих друзей в парке. (Ona videla svoykh druzey v parke.) – She saw her friends in the park.
– Мы видели красивый закат. (My videli krasivyy zakat.) – We saw a beautiful sunset.
– Они видели друг друга каждый день. (Oni videli drug druga kazhdyy den'.) – They saw each other every day.

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