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

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Tips to remember the Russian word "покажут":
1. Association: Think of "show" as a "pokaz" (покаж-) on a stage. Picture actors showing their talents.
2. Similar Sounds: The "kazh" part sounds like "cazh" in "cashew". So, visualize a cashew nut that shows you a secret.

– "Покажут" is the third person plural future tense form of the verb "показать" (to show).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– демонстрировать (demonstrirovat’) – to demonstrate
– представлять (predstavlyat’) – to present
– показывать (pokazyvat’) – to show, to display (imperfective)

Conjugations of "показать":

Infinitive: показать (pokazat’)

Past Tense:
– Masculine: показал (pokazal)
– Feminine: показала (pokazala)
– Neuter: показало (pokazalo)
– Plural: показали (pokazali)

Present Tense:
– Not applicable, as показать is a perfective verb and does not have a present tense form.

Future Tense:
– я покажу (ya pokazhu) – I will show
– ты покажешь (ty pokazhesh’) – You will show (singular, informal)
– он/она/оно покажет (on/ona/ono pokazhet) – He/She/It will show
– мы покажем (my pokazhem) – We will show
– вы покажете (vy pokazhete) – You will show (plural, formal)
– они покажут (oni pokazhut) – They will show

Examples of sentences:
1. Future tense:
– Они покажут новый фильм. (Oni pokazhut novyy fil’m.) – They will show a new film.
2. Infinitive:
– Я хочу показать тебе что-то. (Ya khochu pokazat’ tebe chto-to.) – I want to show you something.
3. Past tense:
– Он показал мне дорогу. (On pokazal mne dorogu.) – He showed me the way.
4. Present equivalent (imperfective):
– Они часто показывают свои рисунки. (Oni chasto pokazyyut svoi risunki.) – They often show their drawings.

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