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They stood in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Стояли" sounds like "sto YAH lee." You can remember it by associating it with the English words "stood in a still YA-LEEk place," where "sto" represents "stood," and "YA-LEEk" represents "ya lee" in "стояли."

– "Стояли" is the past tense, plural form of the verb "стоять," which means "to stand."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– стоять (infinitive form – to stand)
– стоим (we stand – present tense)
– будем стоять (we will stand – future tense)

Conjugations of стоять:
1. Infinitive: стоять (sto-YAT')
– Past: стоял (sto-YAL) [masculine], стояла (sto-YA-la) [feminine], стояло (sto-YA-lo) [neuter], стояли (sto-YA-li) [plural]
– Present: стою (sto-YU) [1st person singular], стоишь (sto-ISH') [2nd person singular], стоит (sto-EET) [3rd person singular], стоим (sto-EEM) [1st person plural], стоите (sto-EE-te) [2nd person plural], стоят (sto-YAT) [3rd person plural]
– Future: буду стоять (BU-du sto-YAT') [1st person singular], будешь стоять (BU-desh' sto-YAT') [2nd person singular], будет стоять (BU-det sto-YAT') [3rd person singular], будем стоять (BU-dem sto-YAT') [1st person plural], будете стоять (BU-de-te sto-YAT') [2nd person plural], будут стоять (BU-dut sto-YAT') [3rd person plural]

Examples of sentences:
1. Они стояли на мосту. (A-nee sto-YA-li na mos-TOO.) – They stood on the bridge.
2. Мы стоим в очереди. (My sto-EEM v O-che-ree-dee.) – We are standing in line.
3. Завтра мы будем стоять здесь. (ZAV-tra my BU-dem sto-YAT' zdeS'.) – Tomorrow we will stand here.
4. Он стоял под дождем. (On sto-YAL pod dozh-DYOM.) – He stood in the rain.
5. Она стояла у окна. (A-na sto-YA-la u ok-NA.) – She stood by the window.

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