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

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Tips to remember the Russian word "представить":
– Break it down into parts: "пред-" can be associated with "pre-" or "before," and "ставить" means "to place" or "to set." So, you can think of it as "to place before" your mind's eye, or imagine.

– The verb "представить" means "to imagine," "to present," or "to conceive of." It is often used in contexts where you think of something that is not physically present or when you formally present something to someone.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Вообразить (voobrazit') – to imagine.
– Изобразить (izobrazit') – to depict, to portray.
– Показать (pokazat') – to show, to present.


– представить (predstavit')

– Я представил/представила (ya predstavíl/predstavíla) – I imagined/presented (male/female)
– Ты представил/представила (ty predstavíl/predstavíla) – You imagined/presented (male/female)
– Он представил (on predstavíl) – He imagined/presented
– Она представила (ona predstavíla) – She imagined/presented
– Оно представило (ono predstavílo) – It imagined/presented
– Мы представили (my predstavíli) – We imagined/presented
– Вы представили (vy predstavíli) – You (plural/formal) imagined/presented
– Они представили (oni predstavíli) – They imagined/presented

Note: "представить" is a perfective verb and does not have a present tense. The imperfective aspect (представлять – predstavlyat') is used for present tense:
– Я представляю (ya predstavlyáyu) – I imagine/present
– Ты представляешь (ty predstavlyáesh') – You imagine/present
– Он/она/оно представляет (on/ona/ono predstavlyáet) – He/she/it imagines/presents
– Мы представляем (my predstavlyáem) – We imagine/present
– Вы представляете (vy predstavlyáete) – You (plural/formal) imagine/present
– Они представляют (oni predstavlyáyut) – They imagine/present

– Я представлю (ya predstavlyu) – I will imagine/present
– Ты представишь (ty predstavish') – You will imagine/present
– Он/она/оно представит (on/ona/ono predstavit) – He/she/it will imagine/present
– Мы представим (my predstavim) – We will imagine/present
– Вы представите (vy predstavite) – You (plural/formal) will imagine/present
– Они представят (oni predstavyat) – They will imagine/present

Examples of sentences that use it:

1. Можешь представить, как будет выглядеть наш дом через десять лет? (Mozhesh' predstavit', kak budet vyglyadet' nash dom cherez desyat' let?) – Can you imagine what our house will look like in ten years?

2. Она представила проект на встрече. (Ona predstavila proyekt na vstreche.) – She presented the project at the meeting.

3. Трудно представить себе будущее без технологий. (Trudno predstavit' sebe budushchee bez tekhnologiy.) – It is hard to imagine a future without technology.

4. Он представил себе, как будет выглядеть его новый бизнес. (On predstavíl sebe, kak budet vyglyadét' yego novyy biznes.) – He imagined what his new business would look like.

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