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

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Tips to remember the Russian word 'считал':
– Think of the English word "recount" or "recital." The "сч" sound is somewhat similar to "sh" in "recount" and the "т" sound can be associated with the "t" in "recital."

– The word "считал" (schital) is the past tense, masculine singular form of the verb "считать," which means "to count."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Подсчитывать (podschityvat') — to count, to tally
– Засчитывать (zaschityvat') — to count in, to include

Conjugations of "считать":
– Infinitive: считать (schitat')
– Past Tense:
– Masculine: считал (schital)
– Feminine: считала (schitala)
– Neuter: считало (schitalo)
– Plural: считали (schitali)
– Present Tense:
– я считаю (ya schitayu) — I count
– ты считаешь (ty schitaesh') — you (singular, informal) count
– он/она/оно считает (on/ona/ono schitaet) — he/she/it counts
– мы считаем (my schitaem) — we count
– вы считаете (vy schitaete) — you (plural, formal) count
– они считают (oni schitayut) — they count
– Future Tense:
– я буду считать (ya budu schitat') — I will count
– ты будешь считать (ty budesh' schitat') — you (singular, informal) will count
– он/она/оно будет считать (on/ona/ono budet schitat') — he/she/it will count
– мы будем считать (my budem schitat') — we will count
– вы будете считать (vy budete schitat') — you (plural, formal) will count
– они будут считать (oni budut schitat') — they will count

Examples of sentences:
– Вчера я считал деньги. (Vchera ya schital den'gi) — Yesterday I counted the money.
– Она всегда считает до десяти перед прыжком. (Ona vsegda schitaet do desyati pered pryzhkom) — She always counts to ten before jumping.
– Завтра мы будем считать результаты. (Zavtra my budem schitat' rezul'taty) — Tomorrow we will count the results.

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