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She passed in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:

– "Прошла" (proshla) sounds somewhat like "prose" and "lar". Imagine a prose narrative moving from place to place as time progresses.
– Visualize a woman walking past a landmark and saying, "I passed this place last time," converting that idea into the Russian word "прошла".


– "Прошла" is the past tense form of the verb "пройти" (to pass). It is used when referring to a female subject who has passed or has gone through something.

Other words that mean the same thing:

– Пошла (poshla) – means the same (went, walked through) but is a more general form.
– Пробежала (probezhala) – specifically means "ran past" or "ran through."

If it is infinitive then give the different conjugations (past, present, future, etc.):

Infinitive: пройти (proyti)
Past Tense:
– я прошел (ya proshel) [male], я прошла (ya proshla) [female]
– ты прошел (ty proshel) [male], ты прошла (ty proshla) [female]
– он прошел (on proshel), она прошла (ona proshla)
– мы прошли (my proshli)
– вы прошли (vy proshli)
– они прошли (oni proshli)

Present Tense: This verb does not conjugate in the present tense since it is perfective. Use the imperfective "проходить" (prokhodit) instead.
– я прохожу (ya prokhozhy)
– ты проходишь (ty prokhodish)
– он/она проходит (on/ona prokhodit)
– мы проходим (my prokhodim)
– вы проходите (vy prokhodite)
– они проходят (oni prokhodyat)

Future Tense:
– я пройду (ya proydu)
– ты пройдёшь (ty proydyosh)
– он/она пройдёт (on/ona proydyot)
– мы пройдём (my proydyom)
– вы пройдёте (vy proydyote)
– они пройдут (oni proydut)

Examples of sentences that use it:

– Вчера она прошла мимо моего дома. (Romanized: Vchera ona proshla mimo moyego doma.) – Yesterday she passed by my house.
– Она прошла через парк, чтобы пойти на работу. (Romanized: Ona proshla cherez park, chtoby poyti na rabotu.) – She passed through the park to go to work.
– Неделя прошла быстро. (Romanized: Nedelya proshla bystro.) – The week passed quickly.

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