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He would find in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "нашёл бы" resembles "nashol by". Imagine finding a "national" treasure (similar sound) and say "by" (as in "would find") for a mnemonic.

– "нашёл" is the past tense, masculine form of "find" in Russian.
– "бы" is a conditional particle meaning "would".

Other words that mean the same thing:
– нашёл бы (nashol by) – would find (masculine)
– нашла бы (nashla by) – would find (feminine)
– нашли бы (nashli by) – would find (plural or formal)

Infinitive and different conjugations:
– Infinitive: находить (nakhodit') for "to find"

Present tense (находить):
– Я нахожу (Ya nakhozhu) – I find
– Ты находишь (Ty nakhodish') – You find
– Он/Она находит (On/Ona nakhodit) – He/She finds
– Мы находим (My nakhodim) – We find
– Вы находите (Vy nakhodite) – You (formal/plural) find
– Они находят (Oni nakhodyat) – They find

Past tense:
– Он нашёл (On nashol) – He found
– Она нашла (Ona nashla) – She found
– Оно нашло (Ono nashlo) – It found
– Они нашли (Oni nashli) – They found

Future tense:
– Я найду (Ya naydu) – I will find
– Ты найдёшь (Ty naydyosh') – You will find
– Он/Она/Оно найдёт (On/Ona/Ono naydyot) – He/She/It will find
– Мы найдём (My naydyom) – We will find
– Вы найдёте (Vy naydyote) – You (formal/plural) will find
– Они найдут (Oni naydut) – They will find

Examples of sentences:
1. Если бы он искал, он нашёл бы это.
(Yesli by on iskal, on nashol by eto.)
If he had looked, he would have found it.

2. Она нашла бы магазин, если бы у неё была карта.
(Ona nashla by magazin, yesli by u neyo byla karta.)
She would have found the store if she had a map.

3. Они нашли бы выход, если бы они спросили.
(Oni nashli by vykhod, yesli by oni sprosili.)
They would have found the exit if they had asked.

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