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To go/come (walking) in Russian 🇷🇺

in English in Russian S
to go/come (walking) идти
How to say “to go/come (walking)” in Russian? “Идти”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “идти” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to go/come (walking) in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Russian Sentences with the Word “To go/come (walking)”

Russian sentence with “идти” English translation for идти S

Слишком поздно идти в супермаркет.

It is too late to go to the supermarket.

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word "идти" (to go/come walking):

– Imagine you are going on a trek ("id-") with "тие" (a variation of "tie") shoes that you need to tie up before walking.


– "идти" (id-ti) is a verb that means "to go" or "to come" when walking.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:

– "ходить" (khodit') – This is also used to mean "to go" or "to walk" but often implies repeated or habitual action.

Conjugations of "идти":

– Infinitive: идти (idti)

– Present:
– я иду (ya idu) – I go, I am going
– ты идёшь (ty idyosh') – you go (singular informal), you are going
– он/она/оно идёт (on/ona/ono idyot) – he/she/it goes, he/she/it is going
– мы идём (my idyom) – we go, we are going
– вы идёте (vy idyote) – you go (plural or formal), you are going
– они идут (oni idut) – they go, they are going

– Past:
– я/ты/он шёл (ya/ty/on shol) – I/you/he went
– я/ты/она шла (ya/ty/ona shla) – I/you/she went
– оно шло (ono shlo) – it went
– мы/вы/они шли (my/vy/oni shli) – we/you/they went

– Future:
– я буду идти (ya budu idti) – I will go
– ты будешь идти (ty budesh' idti) – you will go
– он/она/оно будет идти (on/ona/ono budet idti) – he/she/it will go
– мы будем идти (my budem idti) – we will go
– вы будете идти (vy budete idti) – you will go
– они будут идти (oni budut idti) – they will go

Examples of Sentences Using "идти":

– Я иду в школу. (Ya idu v shkolu.) – I am going to school.
– Он шёл домой поздно вечером. (On shol domoy pozdno vecherom.) – He went home late in the evening.
– Мы будем идти в парк. (My budem idti v park.) – We will go to the park.

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