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He would think in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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– Tips to Remember the Russian Word:

1. Association: Think of the English word "doom". This might help you remember the "дум" part.
2. Sound Similarity: Notice how "думал" has a similar sound to the English word "doom" phonetically, even if the meanings differ.

– Explanations:

"Думал бы" is the conditional form of the verb "думать" (to think). The conditional mood is used to express what one would do under certain circumstances.

– Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:

1. размышлял бы (razmyshlyal by) – would have pondered
2. полагал бы (polagal by) – would have supposed
3. считал бы (schital by) – would have considered

– Conjugations of "думать" (думал бы is past/conditional):

1. Infinitive: "думать" (dumat')
2. Past:
– Я думал/думала (ya dumal/dumala) – I thought
– Ты думал/думала (ty dumal/dumala) – You thought
– Он/она думал/думала (on/ona dumal/dumala) – He/She thought
– Мы думали (my dumali) – We thought
– Вы думали (vy dumali) – You thought (formal/plural)
– Они думали (oni dumali) – They thought
3. Present:
– Я думаю (ya dumayu) – I think
– Ты думаешь (ty dumayesh') – You think
– Он/она думает (on/ona dumayet) – He/She thinks
– Мы думаем (my dumayem) – We think
– Вы думаете (vy dumayetye) – You think (formal/plural)
– Они думают (oni dumayut) – They think
4. Future:
– Я буду думать (ya budu dumat') – I will think
– Ты будешь думать (ty budesh' dumat') – You will think
– Он/она будет думать (on/ona budet dumat') – He/She will think
– Мы будем думать (my budem dumat') – We will think
– Вы будете думать (vy budete dumat') – You will think (formal/plural)
– Они будут думать (oni budut dumat') – They will think

– Examples of Sentences:

1. Если бы он знал, он думал бы иначе. (Yesli by on znal, on dumal by inache.) – If he knew, he would think differently.
2. Я думал бы о тебе каждый день. (Ya dumal by o tebe kazhdy den'.) – I would think about you every day.
3. Они думали бы, что это легко. (Oni dumali by, chto eto legko.) – They would think it is easy.

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