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To go in Russian 🇷🇺


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

Russian Sentences with the Word “To go”

Russian sentence with “пойти” English translation for пойти S

Я хочу пойти.

I want to go.

Мы хотим пойти в дом.

We want to go to the house.

Я должен пойти спать рано.

I should go to sleep early.

Сегодня вечером я хочу пойти на вечеринку.

Tonight I want to go to a party.

Ты можешь пойти без меня.

You can go without me.

Я хочу пойти домой.

I want to go home.

Анастасия готова пойти в супермаркет?

Is Anastasia ready to go to the supermarket?

Куда бы ты хотел пойти?

Where would you like(male) to go (on foot).

Мне нужно было пойти в аптеку.

I needed to go to the pharmacy.

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– Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– Think of "пойти" as "poy-TEE" which sounds a bit like "poi-ty," similar to "party" but referring to "going" somewhere.
– Break it down: "по-" (po-) can be associated with "to" or direction, and "йти" (yti) sounds similar to the verb "to go."

– Explanations:
– "Пойти" is an infinitive Russian verb that means "to go" or "to set off." It is often used when you are about to go somewhere.

– Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– идти (idti) – to go, usually referring to walking
– ехать (yekhat') – to go, usually by vehicle
– направляться (napravljat'sya) – to head towards

– Conjugations:
– Infinitive: пойти (poyti)
– Past:
– Masculine: пошёл (poshyol)
– Feminine: пошла (poshla)
– Neuter: пошло (poshlo)
– Plural: пошли (poshli)
– Present: Note that пойти does not have a present tense; use идти (idti) for present actions.
– Future:
– I go: пойду (poydu)
– You go (singular): пойдёшь (poydyosh')
– He/She/It goes: пойдёт (poydyot)
– We go: пойдём (poydyom)
– You go (plural/formal): пойдёте (poydyote)
– They go: пойдут (poydut)

– Examples of Sentences:
– Infinitive: Я собираюсь пойти в магазин. (Ya sobirayus' poyti v magazin.) – I am going to go to the store.
– Past: Он пошёл в школу. (On poshyol v shkola.) – He went to school.
– Future: Мы пойдём в кино завтра. (My poydyom v kino zavtra.) – We will go to the cinema tomorrow.

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