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He slept in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Спал" sounds similar to the English word "sprawl," which can help you remember the idea of lying down or sleeping.
– Visualize someone "sprawled" out on a bed, and you'll connect it to sleeping.

– "Спал" is the past tense form of the verb "спать," which means "to sleep."
– It is used for masculine singular subjects.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Дрема́ть (dremát') – to doze.
– Кеми́ть (kémît') – to nap.

Verb conjugations of "спать":

– спать (spat')

Past tense (simple):
– Masculine: спал (spal)
– Feminine: спала́ (spalá)
– Neuter: спало́ (spaló)
– Plural: спа́ли (spáli)

Present tense:
– Я сплю́ (ya splyú) – I am sleeping
– Ты спи́шь (ty spísh') – You are sleeping
– Он/Она́/Оно́ спи́т (on/aná/anó spít) – He/She/It is sleeping
– Мы спи́м (my spím) – We are sleeping
– Вы спи́те (vy spíte) – You are sleeping (formal/plural)
– Они́ спя́т (oní spyát) – They are sleeping

Future tense:
– Я буду спать (ya budu spat') – I will sleep
– Ты будешь спать (ty budesh' spat') – You will sleep
– Он/Она/Оно будет спать (on/ona/ono budet spat') – He/She/It will sleep
– Мы будем спать (my budem spat') – We will sleep
– Вы будете спать (vy budete spat') – You will sleep (formal/plural)
– Они будут спать (oni budut spat') – They will sleep

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. Он спал весь день. (On spal ves' den'.) – He slept all day.
2. Где ты спала́ вчера́? (Gde ty spalá vcherá?) – Where did you sleep yesterday?
3. Мы будем спать на улице. (My budem spat' na ulitse.) – We will sleep outside.
4. Они́ спя́т у себя́ дома. (Oní spyát u sebya dóma.) – They are sleeping at home.
5. Когда ты спи́шь, тебе снится? (Kogdá ty spísh', tebe snítsa?) – When you sleep, do you dream?

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