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He went in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– Use mnemonic devices: Imagine someone named "Posh Al" who just left the room.
– Recognize the root word: пошёл is derived from the verb идти (to go).
– Association: Connect the "ш" sound in пошёл with "sh" in "shoo", indicating movement away.

– "пошёл" is the past tense, singular, masculine form of the verb "пойти," which means "to go" or "to set out."
– It suggests a completed action that happened once.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– ушёл (left, went away)
– отправился (departed, set off)

Infinitive Form:

Infinitive: пойти (poyti)
Past Tense:
– Masculine: пошёл (poshyol)
– Feminine: пошла (poshla)
– Neuter: пошло (poshlo)
– Plural: пошли (poshli)

Present Tense: The verb пойти is perfective and doesn't have a proper present tense but, for the present ongoing action, its imperfective counterpart идти (to go) is used:
– я иду (ya idu) – I am going
– ты идёшь (ty idyosh) – you are going
– он/она/оно идёт (on/ona/ono idyot) – he/she/it is going
– мы идём (my idyom) – we are going
– вы идёте (vy idyote) – you (plural/formal) are going
– они идут (oni idut) – they are going

Future Tense: Perfective aspect in future tense:
– я пойду (ya poydu) – I will go
– ты пойдёшь (ty poydyosh) – you will go
– он/она/оно пойдёт (on/ona/ono poydyot) – he/she/it will go
– мы пойдём (my poydyom) – we will go
– вы пойдёте (vy poydyote) – you (plural/formal) will go
– они пойдут (oni poydut) – they will go

Examples of Sentences:
– Он пошёл в магазин. (On poshyol v magazin.) – He went to the store.
– Вы пошли на концерт вчера? (Vy poshli na kontsert vchera?) – Did you go to the concert yesterday?
– Она пошла спать поздно. (Ona poshla spat' pozdno.) – She went to bed late.
– Дети пошли в школу. (Deti poshli v shkolu.) – The children went to school.
– Мы пошли гулять по парку. (My poshli gulyat' po parku.) – We went for a walk in the park.

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