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To come in/visit in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Break the word into parts: "за-" means "behind" or "in," and "ходить" means "to go" or "to walk." So, заходить can be visualized as "going in."

– "Заходить" generally means "to come in" or "to visit." It implies entering a space or briefly visiting a place or person.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Входить (vkhodit') – to enter
– Посещать (poseshchat') – to visit
– Навещать (naveshchat') – to call on, to visit someone

Infinitive: заходить (zakhodit')

Present Tense:
– Я захожу (ya zahozhu) – I come in
– Ты заходишь (ty zahodish') – You come in
– Он/она/оно заходит (on/ona/ono zahodit) – He/she/it comes in
– Мы заходим (my zahodim) – We come in
– Вы заходите (vy zahodite) – You (plural/formal) come in
– Они заходят (oni zahodyat) – They come in

Past Tense:
– Я заходил/заходила (ya zahodil/zahodila) – I came in (male/female)
– Ты заходил/заходила (ty zahodil/zahodila) – You came in (male/female)
– Он заходил (on zahodil) – He came in
– Она заходила (ona zahodila) – She came in
– Оно заходило (ono zahodilo) – It came in
– Мы заходили (my zahodili) – We came in
– Вы заходили (vy zahodili) – You (plural/formal) came in
– Они заходили (oni zahodili) – They came in

Future Tense:
– Я буду заходить (ya budu zakhodit') – I will come in
– Ты будешь заходить (ty budesh' zakhodit') – You will come in
– Он/она/оно будет заходить (on/ona/ono budet zakhodit') – He/she/it will come in
– Мы будем заходить (my budem zakhodit') – We will come in
– Вы будете заходить (vy budete zakhodit') – You (plural/formal) will come in
– Они будут заходить (oni budut zakhodit') – They will come in

Examples of sentences:
– Я захожу в магазин каждый день. (Ya zahozhu v magazin kazhdy den') – I come into the store every day.
– Он заходил в гости вчера. (On zahodil v gosti vchera) – He came to visit yesterday.
– Мы будем заходить к тебе часто. (My budem zakhodit' k tebe chasto) – We will come in to see you often.

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