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To order/command in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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– Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "приказать" sounds like "pri-kazat" which can remind you of "pre-cast," as in giving orders before an event.

– Explanations:
– "Приказать" is used to mean to give a direct command or order, often in a formal or authoritative context.

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– "командовать" (komandovat') – to command.
– "распоряжаться" (rasporyazhatsya) – to direct or manage.

– Conjugations:

* Infinitive: приказать (prikazat')

* Past:
– Masculine: приказал (prikazal)
– Feminine: приказала (prikazala)
– Neuter: приказало (prikazalo)
– Plural: приказали (prikazali)

* Present:
– я прикажу (ya prikazhu) – I order
– ты прикажешь (ty prikazhesh') – you order (singular, informal)
– он/она/оно прикажет (on/ona/ono prikazhet) – he/she/it orders
– мы прикажем (my prikazhem) – we order
– вы прикажете (vy prikazhete) – you order (plural, formal)
– они прикажут (oni prikazhut) – they order

* Future:
– я прикажу (ya prikazhu) – I will order
– ты прикажешь (ty prikazhesh') – you will order (singular, informal)
– он/она/оно прикажет (on/ona/ono prikazhet) – he/she/it will order
– мы прикажем (my prikazhem) – we will order
– вы прикажете (vy prikazhete) – you will order (plural, formal)
– они прикажут (oni prikazhut) – they will order

– Examples of sentences:

1. Генерал приказал солдатам отступать.
– General prikazal soldatam otstupat'.
– The general ordered the soldiers to retreat.

2. Она приказала принести документы к утру.
– Ona prikazala prinesti dokumenty k utru.
– She ordered the documents to be brought by morning.

3. Мы прикажем начать операцию завтра.
– My prikazhem nachat' operatsiyu zavtra.
– We will order the operation to start tomorrow.

4. Они прикажут отключить свет в десять вечера.
– Oni prikazhut otklyuchit' svet v desyat' vechera.
– They will order the lights to be turned off at ten in the evening.

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