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

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– Tips to remember the Russian word "спрашиваю":
– Think of "spra-" as similar to "spray," and imagine "sh" and "vayu" as sounds you make when asking a question quickly.

– Explanations:
– "Спрашиваю" is the first person singular present tense of the verb "спрашивать," which means "to ask."

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– Задавать вопрос (zadavát' voprós) – To ask a question
– Допрашивать (doprashivat') – To interrogate

– Conjugations of "спрашивать":
– Infinitive: спрашивать (sprashivát')
– Imperative: спрашивай (sprashivay)
– Past: спрашивал/спрашивала/спрашивало/спрашивали (sprashíval/sprashivála/sprashiválo/sprashiváli)
– Present: спрашиваю, спрашиваешь, спрашивает, спрашиваем, спрашиваете, спрашивают (sprashiváyu, sprashiváesh', sprashiváet, sprashiváem, sprashiváete, sprashiváyut)
– Future: буду спрашивать, будешь спрашивать, будет спрашивать, будем спрашивать, будете спрашивать, будут спрашивать (búdu sprashivát', búdesh' sprashivát', búdet sprashivát', búdem sprashivát', búdete sprashivát', búdut sprashivát')

– Examples of sentences using "спрашиваю":
– Я спрашиваю тебя о твоём дне. (Ya sprashiváyu tebya o tvoyóm dne.) – I am asking you about your day.
– Он всегда спрашивает глупые вопросы. (On vsegdá sprashiváet glúpye voprósy.) – He always asks silly questions.
– Ты спрашивал о моей работе? (Ty spráshival o moéy rabóte?) – Did you ask about my work?
– В будущем я буду спрашивать больше. (V búdushchem ya búdu sprashivát' ból'she.) – In the future, I will ask more.

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