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

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– Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Associate "жила" (zhila) with "willa" in English, imagining someone named Willa who lived in the past.
– Visualize the phrase "she lived" as if it ends in "la," reminding you of the ending "жила."

– Explanations:
– "жила" is the past tense feminine singular form of the verb "жить" (to live).
– Russian verbs often change their endings based on tense, gender, and number.

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Обитала" (obitala) – dwelled or inhabited

– Conjugations of "жить" (to live):

– Infinitive: жить (zhit')

– Past Tense:
– я жил/я жила (ya zhyl/ya zhila) – I lived (masculine/feminine)
– ты жил/ты жила (ty zhyl/ty zhila) – you lived (masculine/feminine)
– он жил (on zhyl) – he lived
– она жила (ona zhila) – she lived
– оно жило (ono zhilo) – it lived
– мы жили (my zhili) – we lived
– вы жили (vy zhili) – you (pl.) lived
– они жили (oni zhili) – they lived

– Present Tense:
– я живу (ya zhivu) – I live
– ты живёшь (ty zhivyosh') – you live
– он/она/оно живёт (on/ona/ono zhivyot) – he/she/it lives
– мы живём (my zhivyom) – we live
– вы живёте (vy zhivyote) – you (pl.) live
– они живут (oni zhivut) – they live

– Future Tense:
– я буду жить (ya budu zhit') – I will live
– ты будешь жить (ty budesh' zhit') – you will live
– он/она/оно будет жить (on/ona/ono budet zhit') – he/she/it will live
– мы будем жить (my budem zhit') – we will live
– вы будете жить (vy budete zhit') – you (pl.) will live
– они будут жить (oni budut zhit') – they will live

– Examples of sentences:

– Она жила в маленьком доме. (Ona zhila v malen'kom dome.) – She lived in a small house.
– Когда я был молод, я жил в деревне. (Kogda ya byl molod, ya zhyl v derevne.) – When I was young, I lived in the countryside.
– Моя бабушка жила долго и счастливо. (Moya babushka zhila dolgo i schastlivo.) – My grandmother lived long and happily.

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