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To call (telephone) in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
Позвонить (pozvonit') shares the root with "звон" (zvon), meaning "ring" or "sound". Imagine hearing the "ring" of a phone when you see this word.

– The verb "позвонить" means "to call" or "to telephone" in Russian.
– It's a perfective verb, which indicates a completed action.

Other words that mean the same thing:
Звонить (zvonit') – to call (imperfective)

– Позвонить (pozvonit')


Past Tense:
– я позвонил/позвонила (ya pozvonil/pozvonila) – I called (male/female)
– ты позвонил/позвонила (ty pozvonil/pozvonila) – you called (male/female, informal)
– он позвонил (on pozvonil) – he called
– она позвонила (ona pozvonila) – she called
– оно позвонило (ono pozvonilo) – it called
– мы позвонили (my pozvonili) – we called
– вы позвонили (vy pozvonili) – you called (plural or formal)
– они позвонили (oni pozvonili) – they called

Present Tense:
– There is no present tense for "позвонить" as it is a perfective verb. Use "звонить" for present actions.

Future Tense:
– я позвоню (ya pozvonyu) – I will call
– ты позвонишь (ty pozvonish') – you will call (informal)
– он/она/оно позвонит (on/ona/ono pozvonit) – he/she/it will call
– мы позвоним (my pozvonim) – we will call
– вы позвоните (vy pozvonite) – you will call (plural or formal)
– они позвонят (oni pozvonyat) – they will call

Examples of sentences:
1. Я позвонил ему вчера. (Ya pozvonil emu vchera.) – I called him yesterday.
2. Она позвонит тебе завтра. (Ona pozvonit tebe zavtra.) – She will call you tomorrow.
3. Мы позвоним родителям вечером. (My pozvonim roditelyam vecherom.) – We will call our parents in the evening.
4. Ты позвонишь мне позже? (Ty pozvonish' mne pozzhe?) – Will you call me later?
5. Они позвонили директору сразу. (Oni pozvonili direktor sadzu.) – They called the director immediately.

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