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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– You can break down "спросили" into "спро-" which sounds like "spro" (think of "sprint"), and "-сили" which can sound like "silly". Imagine someone asking a silly question very quickly, like a sprint.

– "спросили" is the past tense form of the verb "спросить," which means "to ask" in Russian.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– поинтересовались (po-interesovalisʹ) — were interested
– задали вопрос (zadali vopros) — asked a question

– Infinitive: спросить (sprositʹ)
– Past tense:
– Masculine: спросил (sprosil)
– Feminine: спросила (sprosila)
– Neuter: спросило (sprosilo)
– Plural: спросили (sprosili)
– Present tense: спрашивают (pronounced: sprashivayut) — note that "спросить" is perfective and does not have a present tense form; the imperfective aspect "спрашивать" is used in the present.
– Future tense (perfective): спрошу (sproshu), спросишь (sproshishʹ), спросит (sprosit), спросим (sprosim), спросите (sprositye), спросят (sprosyat)

Examples of sentences:
– Он спросил меня о работе. (On sprosil menya o rabote.) — He asked me about the job.
– Она спросила, где я был. (Ona sprosila, gde ya byl.) — She asked where I had been.
– Они спросили у учителя о домашней работе. (Oni sprosili u uchitelya o domashnei rabote.) — They asked the teacher about the homework.
– Я спрошу его завтра. (Ya sproshu yego zavtra.) — I will ask him tomorrow.

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