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I know in Russian 🇷🇺

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

Russian Sentences with the Word “I know”

Russian sentence with “знаю” English translation for знаю S

Я не знаю.

I don’t know.

Я уже знаю, где ты.

I already know where you are.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
One way to remember "знаю" is to think of "zn" as the start of the English word "know" and then just add "ayu" to it. Another mnemonic could be linking it with "gnome" and phonetically modifying it to "zn" + "ayu" as if the gnome is full of knowledge ("knows").

"Знаю" is the first person singular present tense form of the verb "знать," which means "to know."

Other words that mean the same thing:
1. Осведомлён (osvedomlyon) – Informed
2. В курсе (v kurse) – Aware
3. Понимаю (ponimayu) – Understand (though this often translates to "I understand", in context it can mean someone is knowledgeable about something)

Infinitive: знать (znat')

– Past:
– Masculine: знал (znal)
– Feminine: знала (znala)
– Neuter: знало (znalo)
– Plural: знали (znali)

– Present:
– First person singular: знаю (znayu)
– Second person singular: знаешь (znayesh')
– Third person singular: знает (znayet)
– First person plural: знаем (znayem)
– Second person plural: знаете (znayetye)
– Third person plural: знают (znayut)

– Future:
– First person singular: буду знать (budu znat')
– Second person singular: будешь знать (budesh' znat')
– Third person singular: будет знать (budet znat')
– First person plural: будем знать (budem znat')
– Second person plural: будете знать (budete znat')
– Third person plural: будут знать (budut znat')

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. Я знаю ответ. (Ya znayu otvet.) – I know the answer.
2. Ты знаешь её? (Ty znayesh' yeyo?) – Do you know her?
3. Он знает, что делать. (On znayet, chto delat'.) – He knows what to do.
4. Мы знаем этого человека. (My znayem etogo cheloveka.) – We know this person.
5. Вы знаете, где это находится? (Vy znayetye, gde eto nakhoditsya?) – Do you know where it is located?
6. Они знают поговорку. (Oni znayut pogovorku.) – They know the saying.

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