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

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имел info.

– Tips to remember the Russian word:
1. Associate "имел" with "I had a meal" (sounds like "имел").
2. Visualize someone saying "I had" while clutching an item, emphasizing possession.
3. Break it down: "и" ("i" sound) + "ме" (think "me") + "л" (think "L" sound).

– Explanations: "Имел" is the past tense, masculine form of the verb "иметь," which means "to have" or "to own."

– Other words that mean the same thing:
1. Владел (vladel) – owned
2. Обладал (obladal) – possessed

– Infinitive: "иметь" (imet')

– Conjugations:
– Past:
– Masculine: имел (imel)
– Feminine: имела (imela)
– Neuter: имело (imelo)
– Plural: имели (imeli)
– Present:
– Я имею (ya imeyu) – I have
– Ты имеешь (ty imeesh') – You have (informal)
– Он/Она/Оно имеет (on/ona/ono imeet) – He/She/It has
– Мы имеем (my imeem) – We have
– Вы имеете (vy imeete) – You have (formal/plural)
– Они имеют (oni imeyut) – They have
– Future:
– Я буду иметь (ya budu imet') – I will have
– Ты будешь иметь (ty budesh' imet') – You will have (informal)
– Он/Она/Оно будет иметь (on/ona/ono budet imet') – He/She/It will have
– Мы будем иметь (my budem imet') – We will have
– Вы будете иметь (vy budete imet') – You will have (formal/plural)
– Они будут иметь (oni budut imet') – They will have

– Examples of sentences that use "имел":
1. Он имел много денег. (On imel mnogo deneg.) – He had a lot of money.
2. Я имел машину, но продал её. (Ya imel mashinu, no prodal yeye.) – I had a car, but I sold it.
3. Художник имел талант с детства. (Khudozhnik imel talant s detstva.) – The artist had talent since childhood.

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