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

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Tips to remember the Russian word "спросим":
Imagine you are participating in a Q&A session (which often involves asking questions) and link "спросим" to the word "ask" in your mind.

"Спросим" is the first person plural future tense form of the verb "спросить", which means "to ask".

Other words that mean the same thing:
1. Задать вопрос (zadat' vopros) – to ask a question
2. Интересоваться (interesovatsya) – to inquire

Different conjugations:
Since "спросим" is derived from the infinitive "спросить", here are its different conjugations:

Infinitive: спросить (sprosit')
– я спросил/спросила (ya sprosil/sprosila) – I asked
– ты спросил/спросила (ty sprosil/sprosila) – you asked
– он спросил (on sprosil) – he asked
– она спросила (ona sprosila) – she asked
– мы спросили (my sprosili) – we asked
– вы спросили (vy sprosili) – you all asked
– они спросили (oni sprosili) – they asked
*(Note: "спросить" is perfective, so it does not have present tense forms. The imperfective form is "спрашивать")*
– я спрашиваю (ya sprashivayu) – I ask/am asking
– ты спрашиваешь (ty sprashivayesh') – you ask/are asking
– он/она спрашивает (on/ona sprashivayet) – he/she asks/is asking
– мы спрашиваем (my sprashivayem) – we ask/are asking
– вы спрашиваете (vy sprashivayetye) – you all ask/are asking
– они спрашивают (oni sprashivayut) – they ask/are asking
– я спрошу (ya sproshu) – I will ask
– ты спросишь (ty sprosish') – you will ask
– он/она спросит (on/ona sprosit) – he/she will ask
– мы спросим (my sprosim) – we will ask
– вы спросите (vy sprosite) – you all will ask
– они спросят (oni sprosyat) – they will ask

Examples of sentences:
– Мы спросим учителя, если у нас будут вопросы. (My sprosim uchitelya, yesli u nas budut voprosy.) – We will ask the teacher if we have questions.
– Они спросят её, когда она придёт. (Oni sprosyat yeyo, kogda ona pridyot.) – They will ask her when she arrives.
– Спрошу маму, что она думает. (Sproshu mamu, chto ona dumayet.) – I will ask mom what she thinks.

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