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She was able in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
1. Associate "могла" with "mogul", a word that implies power or ability, which can help you remember it means "was able".
2. Note the similarities between "могла" and the English words "might" or "can" (root is close to "mog-" similar to "might").

"могла" is the past tense feminine form of the verb "мочь", which means "to be able" or "can".

Other words that mean the same thing:
– могла (feminine) – was able
– мог (masculine) – he was able
– могли (plural) – they were able

Different conjugations of "мочь":
– Infinitive: мочь
– Present:
– Я могу (ya mogu) – I can
– Ты можешь (ty mozhesh') – You can (informal singular)
– Он/она может (on/ona mozhet) – He/she can
– Мы можем (my mozhem) – We can
– Вы можете (vy mozhete) – You can (formal/plural)
– Они могут (oni mogut) – They can

– Past:
– Я/он мог (ya/on mog) – I/he was able
– Я/она могла (ya/ona mogla) – I/she was able
– Оно могло (ono moglo) – It was able
– Мы/они/вы могли (my/oni/vy mogli) – We/they/you were able

– Future:
– Я смогу (ya smogu) – I will be able
– Ты сможешь (ty smozhesh') – You will be able
– Он/она/оно сможет (on/ona/ono smozhet) – He/she/it will be able
– Мы сможем (my smoem) – We will be able
– Вы сможете (vy smoete) – You will be able
– Они смогут (oni smogut) – They will be able

Examples of sentences that use "могла":
1. Она могла прочитать книгу за один день. (Ona mogla prochitat' knigu za odin den') – She was able to read the book in one day.
2. Вчера она могла плавать в бассейне целый час. (Vchera ona mogla plavat' v bassejne tselyĭ chas) – Yesterday she was able to swim in the pool for an hour.
3. Она могла прийти на концерт, но не захотела. (Ona mogla prijti na kontsert, no ne zahotela) – She was able to come to the concert, but she didn't want to.

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