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To be ill/worry in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Think of the English word "ballet." Imagine you are a ballet dancer who has fallen ill or is worried about a performance.
– The word "болеть" can sound like "boat-late"; picture being late to a boat trip because you’re ill or worried.

– "Болеть" means "to be ill" or "to worry" in Russian.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Заболеть" (zabolet') – to fall sick, to become ill.
– "Беспокоиться" (bespokoitsya) – to worry.

Different conjugations:

Present Tense:
– Я болею (ya boleyu) – I am ill
– Ты болеешь (ty boleesh') – You are ill
– Он/Она болеет (on/ona boleet) – He/She is ill
– Мы болеем (my boleem) – We are ill
– Вы болеете (vy boleete) – You are ill (formal or plural)
– Они болеют (oni boleyut) – They are ill

Past Tense:
– Я болел/болела (ya bolel/bolela) – I was ill
– Ты болел/болела (ty bolel/bolela) – You were ill
– Он болел (on bolel) – He was ill
– Она болела (ona bolela) – She was ill
– Мы болели (my boleli) – We were ill
– Вы болели (vy boleli) – You were ill (formal or plural)
– Они болели (oni boleli) – They were ill

Future Tense:
– Я буду болеть (ya budu bolet') – I will be ill
– Ты будешь болеть (ty budesh' bolet') – You will be ill
– Он/Она будет болеть (on/ona budet bolet') – He/She will be ill
– Мы будем болеть (my budem bolet') – We will be ill
– Вы будете болеть (vy budete bolet') – You will be ill (formal or plural)
– Они будут болеть (oni budut bolet') – They will be ill

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Я болею гриппом. (Ya boleyu grippom.) – I have the flu.
– Он болел всю неделю. (On bolel vsyu nedelyu.) – He was ill all week.
– Мы будем болеть за нашу команду. (My budem bolet' za nashu komandu.) – We will be supporting our team (Also means we will be worried/supportive about our team).

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