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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– You might remember "пытались" by associating it with the English word "pit," suggesting someone is trying to get out of a challenging situation (like a pit).
– You can also think of "пыт" which sounds a bit like "fight", as in fighting or trying hard to do something.

– "Пытались" is the past tense form of the verb "пытаться" (to try). This form is used when referring to multiple people (they tried).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Пробовали (probovali) – tried, attempted
– Старались (staralis’) – tried hard, strove

Different conjugations (for "пытаться"):
– Infinitive: пытаться (pytat’sya)
– Past tense:
– я/ты/он: пытался (pytalsya) – masculine
– я/ты/она: пыталась (pytalas’) – feminine
– оно: пыталось (pytalos’) – neuter
– мы/вы/они: пытались (pytalis’)
– Present tense:
– я: пытаюсь (pytayus’)
– ты: пытаешься (pytayesh’sya)
– он/она/оно: пытается (pytayetsya)
– мы: пытаемся (pytayemsya)
– вы: пытаетесь (pytayetes’)
– они: пытаются (pytayutsya)
– Future tense:
– я: буду пытаться (budu pytat’sya)
– ты: будешь пытаться (budesh’ pytat’sya)
– он/она/оно: будет пытаться (budet pytat’sya)
– мы: будем пытаться (budem pytat’sya)
– вы: будете пытаться (budete pytat’sya)
– они: будут пытаться (budut pytat’sya)

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Они пытались взломать код. (Oni pytalis’ vzlomat’ kod.) – They tried to crack the code.
– Пытались ли вы когда-нибудь готовить суши? (Pytalis’ li vy kogda-nibud’ gotovit’ sushi?) – Have you ever tried making sushi?
– Детям очень хотелось попасть на аттракцион, и они пытались попасть туда раньше. (Detyam ochen’ khotelos’ popast’ na attraktsion, i oni pytalis’ popast’ tuda ranshe.) – The kids really wanted to get on the ride, and they tried to get there earlier.

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