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You believe in Russian 🇷🇺

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you believe веришь
How to say “you believe” in Russian? “Веришь”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “веришь” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on you believe 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 "веришь" is to think of the word "verify," which means to check the truth. Both "verify" and "веришь" relate to the concept of believing or confirming something.

– Explanations:
"Веришь" is the second person singular present tense form of the verb "верить" (to believe).

– Other words that mean the same thing:
1. Доверяешь (doveryaesh) – trust
2. Думаешь (dumayesh) – think (in the sense of believe)

– Infinitive conjugations:
– Infinitive: верить (veritʹ) – to believe

– Present Tense:
1. Я верю (Ya veryu) – I believe
2. Ты веришь (Ty verishʹ) – You believe
3. Он/она/оно верит (On/ona/ono verit) – He/She/It believes
4. Мы верим (My verim) – We believe
5. Вы верите (Vy verite) – You (plural/formal) believe
6. Они верят (Oni veryat) – They believe

– Past Tense:
1. Я верил/верила (Ya veril/verila) – I believed (masculine/feminine)
2. Ты верил/верила (Ty veril/verila) – You believed (masculine/feminine)
3. Он верил (On veril) – He believed
4. Она верила (Ona verila) – She believed
5. Оно верило (Ono verilo) – It believed
6. Мы верили (My verili) – We believed
7. Вы верили (Vy verili) – You (plural/formal) believed
8. Они верили (Oni verili) – They believed

– Future Tense:
1. Я буду верить (Ya budu veritʹ) – I will believe
2. Ты будешь верить (Ty budeshʹ veritʹ) – You will believe
3. Он/она/оно будет верить (On/ona/ono budet veritʹ) – He/She/It will believe
4. Мы будем верить (My budem veritʹ) – We will believe
5. Вы будете верить (Vy budete veritʹ) – You (plural/formal) will believe
6. Они будут верить (Oni budut veritʹ) – They will believe

– Examples of sentences that use it:
1. Ты веришь мне? (Ty verishʹ mne?) – Do you believe me?
2. Я не верю ничему. (Ya ne veryu nichemy.) – I don't believe anything.
3. Он верил в чудеса. (On veril v chudesa.) – He believed in miracles.
4. Мы будем верить в лучшее. (My budem veritʹ v luchshee.) – We will believe in the best.
5. Вы верили своим друзьям? (Vy verili svoim druzʹyam?) – Did you believe your friends?

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