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

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Tips to remember the Russian word "привести":
– Think of "prive" as "privately" and "sti" as "stay"; imagine you are privately bringing someone to stay.

– The verb "привести" means "to bring" or "to lead" someone or something to a place or state. It typically implies a purposeful action.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Доставить (dostavit’) – to deliver
– Принести (prinesi) – to carry/bring something somewhere

"Привести" is an infinitive verb. Here are its different conjugations:

*Past Tense:*
– Masculine: привёл (privel')
– Feminine: привела (privela')
– Neuter: привело (privelo')
– Plural: привели (priveli')

*Present Tense:*
(Note: "привести" is a perfective verb, which means it doesn’t have a present tense in the typical sense. The imperfective form "приводить" can be used for present tense.)

Imperfective present tense of привести (приводить):
– Я привожу (ya privozhu) – I bring
– Ты приводишь (ty privozish') – You bring
– Он/она/оно приводит (on/ona/ono privodit) – He/she/it brings
– Мы приводим (my privodim) – We bring
– Вы приводите (vy privodite) – You (formal/plural) bring
– Они приводят (oni privodyat) – They bring

*Future Tense:*
– Я приведу (ya privedu) – I will bring
– Ты приведёшь (ty privedyosh’) – You will bring
– Он/она/оно приведёт (on/ona/ono privedyot) – He/she/it will bring
– Мы приведём (my privedyom) – We will bring
– Вы приведёте (vy privedyote) – You (formal/plural) will bring
– Они приведут (oni privedut) – They will bring

Examples of sentences:

1. Я приведу ребёнка в школу. (Ya privedu rebyonka v shkolu.) – I will bring the child to school.
2. Он привёл гостей на праздник. (On privyol gostey na prazdnik.) – He brought guests to the celebration.
3. Мы приводим друзей на этот концерт. (My privodim druzey na etot kontsert.) – We bring friends to this concert.
4. Она приведёт своих родителей на ужин. (Ona privedyot svoikh roditeley na uzhin.) – She will bring her parents to dinner.
5. Они приведут команду к победе. (Oni privedut komandu k pobede.) – They will lead the team to victory.

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