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To wake up in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Think of "pro" as in proactive, and "sn" as in snooze. When you are proactive, you wake up from your snooze.

– "Проснуться" (prosnootsya) is an infinitive verb meaning "to wake up" in Russian.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Вставать (vstavát') — which means "to get up" or "to wake up."

– Past:
– Я проснулся / Я проснулась (Ya prosnulsya / Ya prosnulas') — I woke up (male/female)
– Ты проснулся / Ты проснулась (Ty prosnulsya / Ty prosnulas') — You woke up (male/female)
– Он проснулся (On prosnulsya) — He woke up
– Она проснулась (Ona prosnulas') — She woke up
– Мы проснулись (My prosnulis') — We woke up
– Вы проснулись (Vy prosnulis') — You (plural/formal) woke up
– Они проснулись (Oni prosnulis') — They woke up

– Present:
– This verb does not have a present tense form as it indicates a completed action. Use "просыпаться" (prosipát'sya) for ongoing action.

– Future:
– Я проснусь (Ya prosnus') — I will wake up
– Ты проснёшься (Ty prosniósh’sya) — You will wake up
– Он/Она/Оно проснётся (On/Ona/Ono prosniótsya)— He/She/It will wake up
– Мы проснёмся (My prosniómsya) — We will wake up
– Вы проснётесь (Vy prosniótes') — You (plural/formal) will wake up
– Они проснутся (Oni prosnootsya) — They will wake up

Examples of sentences using "проснуться":
– Я проснулся в шесть утра. (Ya prosnulsya v shest' utra.) — I woke up at six in the morning.
– Она проснулась и поняла, что опоздала. (Ona prosnulas' i ponyála, chto opozdála.) — She woke up and realized that she was late.
– Мы проснёмся рано, чтобы не опоздать на поезд. (My prosniómsya ráno, chtoby ne opozdát' na póezd.) — We will wake up early so as not to miss the train.

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