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To read in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Прочесть" (prochest') sounds somewhat like "pro chest," as if you are pulling information "through your chest" to read it.
– Associate "pro" with the process of doing something and "chest" with the word "chest" containing something (like knowledge or a book).

– "Прочесть" (prochest') is the perfective form of the verb "to read," indicating the action will be completed.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Читать (chitat') – to read (imperfective form)
– Прочитать (prochitat') – to read (perfective form, same as "прочесть")

Infinitive form:
– Прочесть (prochest')

Past tense:
– Я прочитал/а (ya prochital/prochitala) – I read
– Ты прочитал/а (ty prochital/prochitala) – You read
– Он/она/оно прочитал/а/о (on/ona/ono prochital/prochitala/prochitalo) – He/she/it read
– Мы прочитали (my prochitali) – We read
– Вы прочитали (vy prochitali) – You (formal/plural) read
– Они прочитали (oni prochitali) – They read

Future tense (using "прочитать" for clarity):
– Я прочитаю (ya prochitayu) – I will read
– Ты прочитаешь (ty prochitaesh') – You will read
– Он/она/оно прочитает (on/ona/ono prochitaet) – He/she/it will read
– Мы прочитаем (my prochitaem) – We will read
– Вы прочитаете (vy prochitaete) – You (formal/plural) will read
– Они прочитают (oni prochitayut) – They will read

Examples of sentences:
– Я хочу прочесть эту книгу. (Ya khochu prochest' etu knigu.) – I want to read this book.
– Он прочел письмо и улыбнулся. (On prochol pismo i ulybnulsya.) – He read the letter and smiled.
– Мы должны прочесть этот документ до завтра. (My dolzhny prochest' etot dokument do zavtra.) – We must read this document by tomorrow.
– Прочитайте инструкцию перед началом работы. (Prochitayte instruktsiyu pered nachalom raboty.) – Read the instructions before starting work.

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