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They would see in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– You can break down "видели бы" into its components: "видели" (saw) and "бы" (would). The word "видели" comes from "видеть" (to see), which is reminiscent of the English word "video" related to seeing.
– Remember that "бы" is often used to indicate a conditional or hypothetical scenario, similar to how "would" is used in English.

– "Видели бы" is not in infinitive form; it is the past conditional form indicating a hypothetical action that could have happened if something else had occurred.
– "Видели" is the past tense form of "видеть" for the plural and formal you (вы).
– "Бы" is a particle used to create the conditional mood.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– увидели бы
– посмотрели бы (less common, more specific to watching)

Conjugations of "видеть":

Infinitive: видеть (videt')

Past Tense:
– я видел (ya videl) / я видела (ya videla)
– ты видел (ty videl) / ты видела (ty videla)
– он видел (on videl)
– она видела (ona videla)
– оно видело (ono videlo)
– мы видели (my videli)
– вы видели (vy videli)
– они видели (oni videli)

Present Tense:
– я вижу (ya vizhu)
– ты видишь (ty vidish')
– он/она/оно видит (on/ona/ono vidit)
– мы видим (my vidim)
– вы видите (vy vidite)
– они видят (oni vidyat)

Future Tense:
– я буду видеть (ya budu videt')
– ты будешь видеть (ty budesh' videt')
– он/она/оно будет видеть (on/ona/ono budet videt')
– мы будем видеть (my budem videt')
– вы будете видеть (vy budete videt')
– они будут видеть (oni budut videt')

Examples of Sentences Using "видели бы":

– Если бы у них был бинокль, они видели бы эти звёзды. (Yesli by u nikh byl binokl', oni videli by eti zvyozdy.)
– If they had binoculars, they would see these stars.

– Мы видели бы больше птиц, если бы не было так холодно. (My videli by bol’she ptits, yesli by ne bylo tak kholodno.)
– We would see more birds if it weren't so cold.

– Она видела бы правду, если бы присмотрелась ближе. (Ona videla by pravdu, yesli by prismotrelas' blizhe.)
– She would see the truth if she looked closer.

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