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To shout/scream in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
Imagine someone shouting: "Alright!" but you only hear "arate!" which sounds similar to "орать" (orát').

"Орать" is an informal verb in Russian that means to shout or scream loudly.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Кричать (krichát'): to shout, to scream

Infinitive: орать (orát')
– Я орал/орала (ya orál/orála)
– Ты орал/орала (ty orál/orála)
– Он орал (on orál)
– Она орала (ona orála)
– Мы орали (my oráli)
– Вы орали (vy oráli)
– Они орали (oni oráli)

Present (Note: This verb is rarely used in the present tense in standard speech. Instead, "кричать" is more commonly used):
– Я ору (ya orú)
– Ты орёшь (ty oriósh')
– Он/она орёт (on/ona oriót)
– Мы орём (my orióm)
– Вы орёте (vy orióte)
– Они орут (oni orút)

– Я буду орать (ya búdu orát')
– Ты будешь орать (ty búdesh' orát')
– Он/она будет орать (on/ona búdet orát')
– Мы будем орать (my búdem orát')
– Вы будете орать (vy búdete orát')
– Они будут орать (oni búdut orát')

Examples of sentences:
1. Дети начали орать, когда увидели фейерверки.
Deti nachali orát', kogda uvideli feyerverki.
(The children started screaming when they saw the fireworks.)

2. Он орал от боли.
On orál ot boli.
(He screamed in pain.)

3. Они будут орать, если увидят его.
Oni búdut orát', yesli uvidyat yego.
(They will scream if they see him.)

4. Ты почему орёшь так громко?
Ty pochemu oriósh' tak gromko?
(Why are you shouting so loudly?)

5. Мы всегда орали от смеха в детстве.
My vsegda oráli ot smekha v detstve.
(We always laughed so hard we screamed in childhood.)

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