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I go in Russian 🇷🇺

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

Russian Sentences with the Word “I go”

Russian sentence with “иду” English translation for иду S

Я иду к дому.

I go to the house.

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Russian Word: Иду
Romanized: idu

Tips to Remember:
– The word "иду" sounds similar to the beginning of the English word "idea." Imagine having the idea to go somewhere.
– визуализация: Picture yourself standing up and saying "I do" (as in a wedding) but in the context of "I do go."

– "Иду" is the first-person singular present tense of the verb "идти," meaning "to go" or "to walk."
– It is used when someone is currently in the process of going somewhere.

Other Words with Similar Meanings:
– Еду (yedú) – Used when referring to going by a vehicle.
– Шагаю (shagáyu) – Means "I am walking," but more specifically involves taking steps.

Infinitive: идти (idti)

Conjugations of "идти" (idti):

Past Tense:
– Я шел/шла (ya shel/shlá) – I was going
– Ты шел/шла (ty shel/shlá) – You were going
– Он шел (on shel) – He was going
– Она шла (ona shlá) – She was going
– Мы шли (my shli) – We were going
– Вы шли (vy shli) – You (plural/formal) were going
– Они шли (oni shli) – They were going

Present Tense:
– Я иду (ya idu) – I am going
– Ты идёшь (ty idyósh') – You are going
– Он/Она/Оно идёт (on/ona/ono idyót) – He/She/It is going
– Мы идём (my idyóm) – We are going
– Вы идёте (vy idyóte) – You (plural/formal) are going
– Они идут (oni idút) – They are going

Future Tense:
– Я пойду (ya poydú) – I will go
– Ты пойдёшь (ty poydyósh') – You will go
– Он/Она/Оно пойдёт (on/ona/ono poydyót) – He/She/It will go
– Мы пойдём (my poydyóm) – We will go
– Вы пойдёте (vy poydyóte) – You (plural/formal) will go
– Они пойдут (oni poydút) – They will go

Example Sentences:

– Я иду в магазин. (Ya idu v magazín.) – I am going to the store.
– Ты идёшь домой? (Ty idyósh' domóy?) – Are you going home?
– Мы идём на прогулку. (My idyóm na progúlku.) – We are going for a walk.
– Они идут в кино. (Oni idút v kinó.) – They are going to the cinema.

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