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She will leave in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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выйдет info.

– Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Associate "выйдет" (vyydet) with the English phrase "will exit" since it sounds somewhat similar.
– Picture someone "vyyding" (exiting) out of a door to help remember the word.

– Explanations:
– "Выйдет" (vyydet) is the third person singular future tense of the verb "выйти" (vyjti), meaning "to exit, to leave, to go out."

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– Покинет (pokinety) – will leave
– Уйдёт (uydyot) – will go away
– Сойдёт (soydyot) – will go off, will get off

– Conjugations of "выйти" (vyjti):
– Infinitive: выйти (vyjti)
– Past:
– Он/она/оно вышел/вышла/вышло (on/ona/ono vyshel/vyshla/vyshlo) – he/she/it exited
– Они вышли (oni vyshli) – they exited
– Present: No present tense form as the verb is perfective.
– Future:
– Я выйду (ya vyjdu) – I will exit
– Ты выйдешь (ty vyjdesh') – You will exit (singular, informal)
– Он/она/оно выйдет (on/ona/ono vyydet) – He/she/it will exit
– Мы выйдем (my vyjdem) – We will exit
– Вы выйдете (vy vyydete) – You will exit (plural, formal)
– Они выйдут (oni vyjdut) – They will exit

– Examples of sentences:
– Она выйдет из офиса в 6 часов. (Ona vyydet iz ofisa v 6 chasov.) – She will leave the office at 6 o'clock.
– Когда ты выйдешь из дома? (Kogda ty vyjdesh' iz doma?) – When will you leave the house?
– Мы выйдем на улицу после обеда. (My vyjdem na ulitsu posle obeda.) – We will go outside after lunch.
– Они выйдут из поезда на следующей станции. (Oni vyjdut iz poyezda na sleduyushchey stantsii.) – They will get off the train at the next station.

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