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He waits in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– You can link "ждёт" to the English word "adieu," which means goodbye and implies waiting to meet again.
– Think of "ждёт" sounding like "zhedyot," which might remind you of "shed" (a place you might wait in).

– "Ждёт" is the third-person singular present form of the verb "ждать," which means "to wait" in Russian.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Ожидать (ozhidat') – to expect, to await
– Дожидаться (dozhidatsya) – to wait for, to await

Different conjugations of "ждать":

– Ждать (zhdat') – To wait

Past tense:
– Я ждал/ждала (ya zhdal/zhdala) – I waited (masculine/feminine)
– Ты ждал/ждала (ty zhdal/zhdala) – You waited (masculine/feminine)
– Он/она/оно ждал/ждала/ждало (on/ona/ono zhdal/zhdala/zhdalo) – He/she/it waited
– Мы ждали (my zhdali) – We waited
– Вы ждали (vy zhdali) – You (plural/formal) waited
– Они ждали (oni zhdali) – They waited

Present tense:
– Я жду (ya zhdu) – I wait
– Ты ждёшь (ty zhdesh') – You wait
– Он/она/оно ждёт (on/ona/ono zhdot) – He/she/it waits
– Мы ждём (my zhdem) – We wait
– Вы ждёте (vy zhdete) – You (plural/formal) wait
– Они ждут (oni zhdut) – They wait

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

Examples of sentences:
– Он ждёт автобус. (On zhdyot avtobus.) – He is waiting for the bus.
– Мы ждём звонка. (My zhdyom zvonka.) – We are waiting for a call.
– Ты долго ждёшь? (Ty dolgo zhdyosh'?) – Have you been waiting long?
– Она ждала тебя вчера. (Ona zhdala tebya vchera.) – She waited for you yesterday.
– Они будут ждать на станции. (Oni budut zhdat' na stantsii.) – They will wait at the station.

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