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To bring in Russian 🇷🇺

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to bring принести
How to say “to bring” in Russian? “Принести”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “принести” 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.

Russian Sentences with the Word “To bring”

Russian sentence with “принести” English translation for принести S

Не могли бы вы принести соль?

Would you bring the salt?

Можешь принести мне это?

Can you bring me that?

Ты можешь принести им еду?

Can you bring them food?

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– "Принести" (prineSTI) sounds a bit like "presto", which can imply bringing something quickly or efficiently.

– The verb "принести" is an infinitive verb in Russian, which means "to bring". It falls into the category of perfective verbs, indicating a completed action.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– "Привезти" (privezi) – to bring (by transportation)
– "Доставить" (dostavit') – to deliver

Since "принести" is perfective, it does not have a present tense. Below are its conjugations:

1. Past Tense:
– я принёс (ya prinyos) [masculine]
– я принесла (ya prinesla) [feminine]
– ты принёс (ty prinyos) [masculine]
– ты принесла (ty prinesla) [feminine]
– он принёс (on prinyos)
– она принесла (ona prinesla)
– оно принесло (ono prineslo)
– мы принесли (my prinesli)
– вы принесли (vy prinesli)
– они принесли (oni prinesli)

2. Future Tense:
– я принесу (ya prinesu)
– ты принесёшь (ty prinesyosh')
– он / она / оно принесёт (on / ona / ono prinesyot)
– мы принесём (my prinesyom)
– вы принесёте (vy prinesyote)
– они принесут (oni prinesut)

Examples of Sentences:
1. Она принесла книгу. (Ona prinesla knigu.) – She brought a book.
2. Я принесу торт на вечеринку. (Ya prinesu tort na vecherinku.) – I will bring the cake to the party.
3. Ты принёс мне подарок? (Ty prinyos mne podarok?) – Did you bring me a gift?
4. Мы принесли продукты из магазина. (My prinesli produkty iz magazina.) – We brought groceries from the store.
5. Они принесут новые идеи на совещание. (Oni prinesut novye idei na soveshchanie.) – They will bring new ideas to the meeting.

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