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We see in Russian 🇷🇺


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

Russian Sentences with the Word “We see”

Russian sentence with “видим” English translation for видим S

Я позвоню тебе завтра, и мы увидимся.

I will call you tomorrow and we see each other.

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видим info.

Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Associate "видим" (видеть) with "video" as both relate to seeing.
– The root "вид" is present in many words related to vision in Russian.

Explanations:
– "Видим" is the first person plural present tense form of the verb "видеть," which means "to see."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Смотреть (smotret') – to watch, to look
– Вглядываться (vgladyvatsya) – to peer, to look closely
– Узреть (uzret') – to behold, to see

Conjugations (видеть):

Present Tense (видеть):
– Я вижу (ya vizhu) – I see
– Ты видишь (ty vidish') – You see (informal)
– Он/она/оно видит (on/ona/ono vidit) – He/she/it sees
– Мы видим (my vidim) – We see
– Вы видите (vy vidite) – You see (formal/plural)
– Они видят (oni vidyat) – They see

Past Tense (видеть):
– Я видел/видела (ya videl/videla) – I saw (masc./fem.)
– Ты видел/видела (ty videl/videla) – You saw (informal, masc./fem.)
– Он/она/оно видел/видела/видело (on/ona/ono videl/videla/videlo) – He/she/it saw (masc./fem./neut.)
– Мы видели (my videli) – We saw
– Вы видели (vy videli) – You saw (formal/plural)
– Они видели (oni videli) – They saw

Future Tense (буду видеть):
– Я буду видеть (ya budu videt') – I will see
– Ты будешь видеть (ty budesh' videt') – You will see (informal)
– Он/она/оно будет видеть (on/ona/ono budet videt') – He/she/it will see
– Мы будем видеть (my budem videt') – We will see
– Вы будете видеть (vy budete videt') – You will see (formal/plural)
– Они будут видеть (oni budut videt') – They will see

Examples of sentences that use "видим":

1. Мы видим закат. (My vidim zakat.) – We see the sunset.
2. Если мы посмотрим вблизи, то видим больше деталей. (Yesli my posmotrim vblizi, to vidim bol'she detalei.) – If we look closely, we see more details.
3. Каждый день мы видим много новых лиц. (Kazhdyy den' my vidim mnogo novykh lits.) – Every day we see many new faces.

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