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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
To remember "взял" (vyal), you might think of the English word "vial," which can be a small container you've taken something from.

"Взял" (vyal) is the masculine singular past tense form of the verb "взять," which means "to take."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Занял (zanyal): borrowed, occupied
– Получил (poluchil): received
– Поймал (poymal): caught (Note: context-specific)

Infinitive and Conjugations:
– Infinitive: взять (vzyat')
– Future:
– Singular:
– я возьму (ya voz'mu) – I will take
– ты возьмёшь (ty voz'myosh') – you will take
– он/она/оно возьмёт (on/ona/ono voz'myot) – he/she/it will take
– Plural:
– мы возьмём (my voz'myom) – we will take
– вы возьмёте (vy voz'myote) – you (plural/formal) will take
– они возьмут (oni voz'mut) – they will take

– Present:
The verb "взять" is perfective; it doesn't have a present tense in Russian. Instead, use the imperfective verb "брать" (brat') for ongoing actions.

– Past:
– я взял (ya vzyal) – I took (male speaker)
– я взяла (ya vzyala) – I took (female speaker)
– ты взял (ty vzyal) – you took (male speaker)
– ты взяла (ty vzyala) – you took (female speaker)
– он взял (on vzyal) – he took
– она взяла (ona vzyala) – she took
– оно взяло (ono vzyalo) – it took
– мы взяли (my vzyali) – we took
– вы взяли (vy vzyali) – you (plural/formal) took
– они взяли (oni vzyali) – they took

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. Я взял книгу с полки. (Ya vzyal knigu s polki.) – I took the book from the shelf.
2. Он взял машину напрокат. (On vzyal mashinu naprokat.) – He rented a car (lit. he took a car for rent).
3. Они взяли отпуск на две недели. (Oni vzyali otpusk na dve nedeli.) – They took a two-week vacation.
4. Ты взяла телефон с собой? (Ty vzyala telefon s soboy?) – Did you take the phone with you? (speaking to a female)
5. Мы взяли билеты на поезд. (My vzyali bilety na poyezd.) – We took the train tickets.

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