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To send in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
To remember "прислать" (prislát'), you can break it down into "при-" (pre-) meaning "to" or "toward" and "слать" (slát’) meaning "to send." So, "прислать" basically means "to send to" or "send toward."

"Прислать" is a perfective verb, which means it refers to a completed action of sending something to someone. The imperfective form of the verb is "присылать" (prisylát’).

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– Отправить (otprávit') – to send, often used for sending things.
– Послать (poslát') – to send, can be used in the same context.


Infinitive: прислать (prislát’)

Past Tense:
– Masculine: прислал (prislál)
– Feminine: прислала (prislalá)
– Neuter: прислало (prisláló)
– Plural: прислали (prisláli)

Future Tense:
– I will send: пришлю (prishlyú)
– You will send: пришлёшь (prishlyósh')
– He/She/It will send: пришлёт (prishlyót)
– We will send: пришлём (prishlyóm)
– You (plural/formal) will send: пришлёте (prishlyóte)
– They will send: пришлют (prishlyút)

*Note: There isn't a present tense form for the perfective verb "прислать" because its completion aspect is inherently future or past.

Examples of Sentences:

– Она прислала мне письмо (Oná prisalá mnye pis'mó) – She sent me a letter.
– Ты мне пришлёшь фотографии? (Ty mnye prishlyósh' fotografíi?) – Will you send me the photos?
– Мы вам что-нибудь пришлём (My vam chtó-nibud' prishlyóm) – We will send you something.
– Они прислали нам подарок (Oní prisáli nam podárok) – They sent us a gift.

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