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She would find in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– "нашла бы" can be broken down into "нашла" (found) and "бы" (would), making it easier to remember as a conditional past action.
– "нашла" sounds like "nash-la," where "nash-" evokes "find" and the ending "-la" indicates past tense for feminine.

– "нашла бы" is used in conditional sentences where the action depends on a condition ("She would find if…").
– "нашла" is the feminine past tense of "найти" (to find).

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– обнаружила бы (obnaruzhila by) – would have discovered
– встретила бы (vstretila by) – would have met/encountered

Since "нашла" is the past tense form specifically for feminine gender of the verb "найти," here are other necessary forms and conjugation of "найти":

– найти (nayti) – to find

Past Tense:
– Masculine: нашёл (nashyol)
– Feminine: нашла (nashla)
– Neuter: нашло (nashlo)
– Plural: нашли (nashli)

Present Tense:
(Note: "найти" does not have a present tense because it's a perfective verb, implying a completed action)

Future Tense:
– я найду (ya naydu) – I will find
– ты найдёшь (ty naydyosh') – you will find
– он/она/оно найдёт (on/ona/ono naydyot) – he/she/it will find
– мы найдём (my naydyom) – we will find
– вы найдёте (vy naydyote) – you (plural/formal) will find
– они найдут (oni naydut) – they will find

Examples of Sentences that Use It:
– Она нашла бы ключ, если бы у неё было больше времени. (Ona nashla by klyuch, yesli by u neyo bylo bol'she vremeni.) – She would find the key if she had more time.
– Если бы он сказал ей, она нашла бы его. (Yesli by on skazal yey, ona nashla by yego.) – If he had told her, she would have found him.
– Она нашла бы работу, если бы усерднее искала. (Ona nashla by rabotu, yesli by userdneye iskala.) – She would find a job if she searched harder.

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