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

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имели info.

– Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Имели" (imeli) sounds somewhat like "email" in English. You can create a mental association with communicating via email, which people often have.

– Explanations:
– "Имели" is the past tense, plural form of the verb "иметь" (imet'), which means "to have."

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– Обладать (obladat') – to possess

– Conjugations of "иметь" (imet'):
– Infinitive: иметь (imet')
– Past Tense:
– Singular:
– Masculine: имел (imel')
– Feminine: имела (imela)
– Neuter: имело (imelo)
– Plural: имели (imeli)
– Present Tense:
– Я имею (ya imeyu) – I have
– Ты имеешь (ty imeyesh') – You have (informal)
– Он/она/оно имеет (on/ona/ono imeyet) – He/she/it has
– Мы имеем (my imeyem) – We have
– Вы имеете (vy imeyete) – You have (formal or plural)
– Они имеют (oni imeyut) – They have
– Future Tense:
– Я буду иметь (ya budu imet') – I will have
– Ты будешь иметь (ty budesh' imet') – You will have (informal)
– Он/она/оно будет иметь (on/ona/ono budet imet') – He/she/it will have
– Мы будем иметь (my budem imet') – We will have
– Вы будете иметь (vy budete imet') – You will have (formal or plural)
– Они будут иметь (oni budut imet') – They will have

– Examples of sentences:
– Они имели много друзей. (Oni imeli mnogo druzey.) – They had many friends.
– Мы имели достаточно времени. (My imeli dostatochno vremeni.) – We had enough time.
– В детстве у меня было много игрушек, но теперь я имел мало интересов к ним. (V detstve u menya bylo mnogo igrushek, no teper' ya imel malo interesov k nim.) – In childhood, I had many toys, but now I had little interest in them.

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