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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Associate "спросила" with the English word "sprocket" as a mnemonic, imagining someone asking about a technical part like a sprocket.
– Visualize "спросила" sounding like "spr-she asked" to help link the sound to its meaning.

– The verb "спросила" is in the past tense, feminine form, meaning "she asked."
– It belongs to the verb category "спросить," which means "to ask" in its infinitive form.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Задала вопрос (zadala vopros), which means "asked a question."

– Infinitive: спросить (sprosit')
– Past Tense:
– Masculine: спросил (sprosíl)
– Feminine: спросила (sprosíla)
– Neuter: спросило (sprosílo)
– Plural: спросили (sprosíli)
– Present Tense:
– I ask: спрошу (sproshú)
– You ask (singular): спросишь (sprosísh')
– He/She asks: спросит (sprosit)
– We ask: спросим (sprosim)
– You ask (plural): спросите (sprosite)
– They ask: спросят (spros'át)
– Future Tense:
– I will ask: спрошу (sproshú)
– You will ask (singular): спросишь (sprosísh')
– He/She/It will ask: спросит (sprosit)
– We will ask: спросим (sprosim)
– You will ask (plural): спросите (sprosite)
– They will ask: спросят (spros'át)

Example sentences:
1. Вчера она спросила учителя о домашнем задании.
– Vchera ona sprosila uchitelya o domashnem zadanii.
– Yesterday, she asked the teacher about the homework.

2. Я обязательно спрошу его об этом завтра.
– Ya obyazatel'no sproshu yego ob etom zavtra.
– I will definitely ask him about this tomorrow.

3. Они спросили, где находится музей.
– Oni sprosíli, gde nakhóditsya muzéy.
– They asked where the museum is.

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