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

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Russian word: пойдёт
Romanized: poydyot

### Tips to Remember the Russian Word
Association: "Пойдёт" sounds like "poi-dot"; imagine a point (dot) where she will go.
Breaking Down: "По-" is a prefix indicating movement, and "йдёт" derives from the verb "идти" (to go).

### Explanation
"Пойдёт" is the third person singular future tense of the verb "пойти," which means "to go" or "to walk." It's used to indicate that someone will start moving towards a destination or begin an action involving movement.

### Other Words That Mean the Same Thing
– Идти (idti) – to go, to walk (Present/Future general form)
– Поехать (poehat') – to go by vehicle (future tense)

### Conjugations of Infinitive "пойти" (to go)
Infinitive: пойти (poyti)
Past Tense:
– Masculine: пошёл (poshël)
– Feminine: пошла (poshla)
– Neuter: пошло (poshlo)
– Plural: пошли (poshli)
Present Tense: No present tense; uses present tense of "идти" (идёт, idyot)
Future Tense:
– First person singular: пойду (poydu)
– Second person singular: пойдёшь (poydyosh')
– Third person singular: пойдёт (poydyot)
– First person plural: пойдём (poydyom)
– Second person plural: пойдёте (poydyote)
– Third person plural: пойдут (poydut)

### Examples of Sentences
1. Она пойдёт в магазин.
– Romanized: Ona poydyot v magazin.
– Meaning: She will go to the store.

2. Он пойдёт на работу.
– Romanized: On poydyot na rabotu.
– Meaning: He will go to work.

3. Маша пойдёт гулять.
– Romanized: Masha poydyot gulyat'.
– Meaning: Masha will go for a walk.

4. Мы пойдём в кино.
– Romanized: My poydyom v kino.
– Meaning: We will go to the cinema.

5. Они пойдут в парк.
– Romanized: Oni poydut v park.
– Meaning: They will go to the park.

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