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

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– Tips to remember the Russian word "прожить":
Think of "про" as "through" and "жить" as "to live". So, "прожить" can be remembered as "to live through" some period of time.

– Explanations:
"Прожить" is a perfective verb in Russian, meaning it describes a completed action. It's used to indicate that someone has lived (or will live) through a specific period of time.

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– Жить (to live, reside)

– Conjugations:

Infinitive: прожить

– Он/она прожил/прожила (on/ona prozhil/prozhila) – He/she lived through
– Они прожили (oni prozhili) – They lived through

The perfective aspect does not have a present tense. Use the imperfective "жить" for the present tense:
– Он/она живёт (on/ona zhivyot) – He/she lives
– Они живут (oni zhivut) – They live

– Я проживу (ya prozhivu) – I will live through
– Ты проживёшь (ty prozhivyosh') – You will live through
– Он/она проживёт (on/ona prozhivyot) – He/she will live through
– Мы проживём (my prozhivyom) – We will live through
– Вы проживёте (vy prozhivyote) – You (plural/formal) will live through
– Они проживут (oni prozhivut) – They will live through

– Examples of sentences:
– Прошлым летом я прожил месяц в деревне. (Proshlym letom ya prozhil mesyats v derevne.) – Last summer, I lived for a month in the village.
– Она прожила долгую и счастливую жизнь. (Ona prozhila dolguyu i schastlivuyu zhizn'.) – She lived a long and happy life.
– Мы проживём здесь всю нашу жизнь. (My prozhivyom zdes' vsyu nashu zhizn'.) – We will live here our entire life.

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