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To think in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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– Tips to remember the Russian word: One way to remember "думать" is to associate it with the English word "doom." When you think too much, you might feel a bit of "doom."

– Explanations: "Думать" means "to think" in English. It is an imperfective verb, which means it denotes an ongoing or habitual action.

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– Размышлять (razmyshlyat') – to ponder, to contemplate
– Соображать (soobrazhat') – to realize, to get (understand)

– Conjugations:
– Infinitive: думать (dumat')
– Present Tense:
– Я думаю (ya dumayu) – I think
– Ты думаешь (ty dumayesh') – You think
– Он/она/оно думает (on/ona/ono dumayet) – He/she/it thinks
– Мы думаем (my dumayem) – We think
– Вы думаете (vy dumayetye) – You (plural/formal) think
– Они думают (oni dumayut) – They think
– Past Tense:
– Я думал (ya dumal) / я думала (ya dumala) – I (male/female) thought
– Ты думал (ty dumal) / ты думала (ty dumala) – You (male/female) thought
– Он думал (on dumal) – He thought
– Она думала (ona dumala) – She thought
– Оно думало (ono dumalo) – It thought
– Мы думали (my dumali) – We thought
– Вы думали (vy dumali) – You (plural/formal) thought
– Они думали (oni dumali) – They thought
– Future Tense (compound):
– Я буду думать (ya budu dumat') – I will think
– Ты будешь думать (ty budesh' dumat') – You will think
– Он/она/оно будет думать (on/ona/ono budet dumat') – He/she/it will think
– Мы будем думать (my budem dumat') – We will think
– Вы будете думать (vy budete dumat') – You (plural/formal) will think
– Они будут думать (oni budut dumat') – They will think

– Example Sentences:
– Я думаю, что это хорошая идея. (ya dumayu, chto eto khoroshaya ideya.) – I think this is a good idea.
– Ты часто думаешь о будущем? (ty chasto dumayesh' o budushchem?) – Do you often think about the future?
– Он думал о ней весь день. (on dumal o ney ves' den'.) – He thought about her all day.
– Мы будем думать об этом завтра. (my budem dumat' ob etom zavtra.) – We will think about it tomorrow.
– Она думает о своей семье. (ona dumayet o svoyey sem'ye.) – She thinks about her family.

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