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

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
'Спросил' (sprosil) can be remembered by associating it with the act of "spilling" (sounds kind of similar) words to ask a question.

'Спросил' is the past tense form of the verb 'спросить,' which means 'to ask.'

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– Задал вопрос (zadal vopros) – literally "asked a question"
– Поинтересовался (pointeresovalsya) – "inquired"
– Узнал (uznal) – "found out" (informal usage)

Verb Conjugations:
спросить (sprosit')

Past Tense:
– Я спросил (ya sprosil) [masculine]
– Я спросила (ya sprosila) [feminine]
– Ты спросил (ty sprosil) [masculine]
– Ты спросила (ty sprosila) [feminine]
– Он спросил (on sprosil)
– Она спросила (ona sprosila)
– Мы спросили (my sprosili)
– Вы спросили (vy sprosili)
– Они спросили (oni sprosili)

Present Tense:
– Я спрошу (ya sproshu)
– Ты спросишь (ty sprosish')
– Он/Она спросит (on/ona sprosit)
– Мы спросим (my sprosim)
– Вы спросите (vy sprosite)
– Они спросят (oni sprosyat)

Future Tense:
– Я спрошу (ya sproshu)
– Ты спросишь (ty sprosish')
– Он/Она спросит (on/ona sprosit)
– Мы спросим (my sprosim)
– Вы спросите (vy sprosite)
– Они спросят (oni sprosyat)

1. Я спросил его о времени. (Ya sprosil yevo o vremeni.) – I asked him about the time.
2. Она спросила, куда мы идем. (Ona sprosila, kuda my idem.) – She asked where we are going.
3. Дети спросили учителя об уроке. (Deti sprosili uchitelya ob uroke.) – The children asked the teacher about the lesson.
4. Ты спросишь меня завтра? (Ty sprosish' menya zavtra?) – Will you ask me tomorrow?
5. Мы спросим их позже. (My sprosim ikh pozhe.) – We will ask them later.

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