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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Associate "пойду" with "I'll go" by noting that "пой-" (poi-) sounds like "poi" in "point" and "-ду" (du) can be remembered as "do" in "I'll do."

– "пойду" is a first-person singular future tense form of the verb "идти" (to go) in Russian. It implies that the speaker intends to go somewhere in the near future.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "пойду" can also be replaced with "я буду идти" (ya budu idti) which literally translates to "I will be going."

Different conjugations of the verb (идти – to go):

Present tense:
– я иду (ya idu) – I am going
– ты идёшь (ty idyosh') – you are going (informal)
– он/она/оно идёт (on/ona/ono idyot) – he/she/it is going
– мы идём (my idyom) – we are going
– вы идёте (vy idyote) – you are going (formal/plural)
– они идут (oni idut) – they are going

Past tense:
– я шёл (ya shol) / я шла (ya shla) – I went (masculine/feminine)
– ты шёл (ty shol) / ты шла (ty shla) – you went (informal, masculine/feminine)
– он шёл (on shol) / она шла (ona shla) / оно шло (ono shlo) – he/she/it went
– мы шли (my shli) – we went
– вы шли (vy shli) – you went (formal/plural)
– они шли (oni shli) – they went

Future tense:
– я пойду (ya poydu) – I will go
– ты пойдёшь (ty poydyosh') – you will go (informal)
– он/она/оно пойдёт (on/ona/ono poydyot) – he/she/it will go
– мы пойдём (my poydyom) – we will go
– вы пойдёте (vy poydyote) – you will go (formal/plural)
– они пойдут (oni poydut) – they will go

Examples of sentences that use "пойду":
1. Я пойду в магазин. (Ya poydu v magazin.) – I will go to the store.
2. Завтра пойду на работу. (Zavtra poydu na rabotu.) – Tomorrow I will go to work.
3. Если будет дождь, я не пойду в парк. (Yesli budet dozhd', ya ne poydu v park.) – If it rains, I will not go to the park.
4. Я пойду спать рано сегодня. (Ya poydu spat' rano segodnya.) – I will go to sleep early today.
5. Мы пойдём в кино после ужина. (My poydyom v kino posle uzhina.) – We will go to the movies after dinner.

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