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To depart in Russian 🇷🇺

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

Russian Sentences with the Word “To depart”

Russian sentence with “поехать” English translation for поехать S

Куда бы ты хотел поехать?

Where would you like(male) to go (not on foot).

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
Associate "поехать" with "to go" by car or some other vehicle. Imagine someone saying "Let's go!" as they hop into a car.

"Поехать" is a verb that means "to go" typically by vehicle. It's often used when referring to the act of departing or traveling to a certain place.

– Уехать (uechat'): to leave by vehicle.
– Отправиться (otpravitsya): to depart, to start a journey.

– Infinitive: поехать (poekhat')
– Past:
– Masculine: поехал (poekhal)
– Feminine: поехала (poekh'la)
– Neuter: поехало (poekh'lo)
– Plural: поехали (poekh'li)
– Present: There is no present tense for perfective verbs like "поехать". The imperfective counterpart "ехать" (yekhat') is used instead.
– Future:
– я поеду (ya poedu) – I will go
– ты поедешь (ty poedesh') – you will go (singular, informal)
– он/она/оно поедет (on/ona/ono poedet) – he/she/it will go
– мы поедем (my poedem) – we will go
– вы поедете (vy poedete) – you will go (plural/formal)
– они поедут (oni poedut) – they will go

Examples of Sentences:
1. Мы поехали на дачу. (My poekhali na dachu.) – We went to the country house.
2. Она поедет в Москву на следующей неделе. (Ona poedet v Moskvu na sleduyushchey nedele.) – She will go to Moscow next week.
3. Ты вчера поехал домой очень рано. (Ty vchera poekhal domoy ochen' rano.) – You went home very early yesterday.

Romanized Characters:
1. My poekhali na dachu.
2. Ona poedet v Moskvu na sleduyushchey nedele.
3. Ty vchera poekhal domoy ochen' rano.

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