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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– You can remember 'живут' by associating it with the word 'live' since both words share a similar meaning.
– Think of the sound "zhee-voot" (romanized: zhivut) which can help in recalling the pronunciation.

– 'Живут' is the third-person plural form in present tense of the verb "жить" which means "to live."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 'существуют' (существовать) – "sushchestvuyut" (sushchestvovat') – to exist.

Conjugations of 'жить' (to live):

Present tense:
– я живу (ya zhivu) – I live
– ты живёшь (ty zhivesh') – you live (singular informal)
– он/она/оно живёт (on/ona/ono zhivyot) – he/she/it lives
– мы живём (my zhivyom) – we live
– вы живёте (vy zhivyote) – you live (plural or formal)
– они живут (oni zhivut) – they live

Past tense:
– я жил/жила (ya zhyl/zhila) – I lived
– ты жил/жила (ty zhyl/zhila) – you lived (singular informal)
– он жил (on zhyl) – he lived
– она жила (ona zhila) – she lived
– оно жило (ono zhilo) – it lived
– мы жили (my zhili) – we lived
– вы жили (vy zhili) – you lived (plural or formal)
– они жили (oni zhili) – they lived

Future tense:
– я буду жить (ya budu zhit') – I will live
– ты будешь жить (ty budesh' zhit') – you will live (singular informal)
– он/она/оно будет жить (on/ona/ono budet zhit') – he/she/it will live
– мы будем жить (my budem zhit') – we will live
– вы будете жить (vy budete zhit') – you will live (plural or formal)
– они будут жить (oni budut zhit') – they will live

Examples of sentences using 'живут':
1. Они живут в Москве. (Oni zhivut v Moskve.) – They live in Moscow.
2. Мои родители живут в деревне. (Moi roditeli zhivut v derevne.) – My parents live in the village.
3. Всё живое живёт по своим законам природы. (Vsyo zhivoye zhivyot po svoim zakonam prirody.) – All living things live by their own laws of nature.

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