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She lay in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
Visual Association: Imagine someone lying down, lazy and relaxed. The sound "лежа" can remind you of "lazy."
Sound Link: Think of "лежала" as "laying down" (started with "ле-") and the past tense ending "-ала."

– The verb "лежать" means "to lie down."
– "Лежала" is the past tense form of "лежать" for a feminine singular subject.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– "Лежать" (лежу, лежишь, лежит, лежим, лежите, лежат): to lie, to be lying down
– "Покоиться" (покоится, покоимся): to rest, often used in a more abstract sense.

Infinitive and Conjugations:
– Infinitive: "лежать" (lezhat')

Present Tense:
– я лежу (ya lezhú) – I am lying
– ты лежишь (ty lezhísh’) – you are lying
– он/она/оно лежит (on/ona/ono lezhít) – he/she/it is lying
– мы лежим (my lezhím) – we are lying
– вы лежите (vy lezhíte) – you (pl./formal) are lying
– они лежат (oni lezhát) – they are lying

Past Tense:
– я/ты/он лежал (ya/ty/on lezhál) – I/you/he lay
– я/ты/она лежала (ya/ty/ona lezhála) – I/you/she lay
– оно лежало (ono lezhálo) – it lay
– мы/вы/они лежали (my/vy/oni lezháli) – we/you (pl./formal)/they lay

Future Tense:
– я буду лежать (ya búdu lezhat’) – I will lie
– ты будешь лежать (ty búdesh’ lezhat’) – you will lie
– он/она/оно будет лежать (on/ona/ono búdet lezhat’) – he/she/it will lie
– мы будем лежать (my búdem lezhat’) – we will lie
– вы будете лежать (vy búdete lezhat’) – you (pl./formal) will lie
– они будут лежать (oni búdut lezhat’) – they will lie

Examples of Sentences that Use It:
– Она лежала на диване весь день. (Ona lezhála na diváne ves' den'.) – She lay on the couch all day.
– Моя кошка лежала рядом со мной. (Moya koshka lezhála ryádom so mnoy.) – My cat lay next to me.
– Когда я пришел, он уже лежал в постели. (Kogdá ya prishél, on uzhe lezhál v postéli.) – When I arrived, he was already lying in bed.

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