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She left in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Imagine the sound "ushla" as similar to "ush" in "usher" and "la" as in the musical note "la."
– Visualize someone named "Ush-la" forcibly leaving a place to help remember the meaning.

– "Ушла" (ushla) is the feminine past tense of the verb "уйти" (uyti), meaning "to leave" or "to go away." It indicates that a female subject has left.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Пошла (poshla) – went
– Уехала (uekala) – left by vehicle

Infinitive: уйти (uyti)
– Past:
– Masculine: ушёл (ushel)
– Feminine: ушла (ushla)
– Neuter: ушло (ushlo)
– Plural: ушли (ushli)

– Present: уйти is a perfective verb, so it does not have a present tense. It uses "уходит" (ukhodit), the imperfective form, which conjugates as:
– Я ухожу (ya ukhozhu) – I am leaving
– Ты уходишь (ty ukhodish') – You are leaving
– Он/она/оно уходит (on/ona/ono ukhodit) – He/she/it is leaving
– Мы уходим (my ukhodim) – We are leaving
– Вы уходите (vy ukhodite) – You (plural/formal) are leaving
– Они уходят (oni ukhodyat) – They are leaving

– Future:
– Я уйду (ya uydu) – I will leave
– Ты уйдёшь (ty uydyosh') – You will leave
– Он/она/оно уйдёт (on/ona/ono uydyot) – He/she/it will leave
– Мы уйдём (my uydyom) – We will leave
– Вы уйдёте (vy uydyotye) – You (plural/formal) will leave
– Они уйдут (oni uydut) – They will leave

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Она ушла рано утром. (Ona ushla rano utrom.) – She left early in the morning.
– Вчера она ушла с работы поздно. (Vchera ona ushla s raboty pozdno.) – Yesterday she left work late.
– После вечеринки она быстро ушла. (Posle vecherinki ona bystro ushla.) – After the party, she quickly left.

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