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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
To remember "имеешь" (you have/own), think of the English word "image." The sound "им" in "имеешь" is similar to "im" in "image," and you can visualize having or owning an image.

Explanations:
The verb "иметь" means "to have" or "to own." It is a common verb used in various contexts to denote possession.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– обладать (obladat') – to possess
– владеть (vladet') – to own

Infinitive:
иметь (imet') – to have

Conjugations:

*Present Tense:*
– я имею (ya imeyu) – I have
– ты имеешь (ty imeyesh') – you have
– он/она/оно имеет (on/ona/ono imeyet) – he/she/it has
– мы имеем (my imeyem) – we have
– вы имеете (vy imeyete) – you (plural/formal) have
– они имеют (oni imeyut) – they have

*Past Tense:*
– я имел/имела (ya imel/imela) – I had (male/female)
– ты имел/имела (ty imel/imela) – you had (male/female)
– он имел (on imel) – he had
– она имела (ona imela) – she had
– оно имело (ono imelo) – it had
– мы имели (my imeli) – we had
– вы имели (vy imeli) – you (plural/formal) had
– они имели (oni imeli) – they had

*Future Tense:*
– я буду иметь (ya budu imet') – I will have
– ты будешь иметь (ty budesh' imet') – you will have
– он/она/оно будет иметь (on/ona/ono budet imet') – he/she/it will have
– мы будем иметь (my budem imet') – we will have
– вы будете иметь (vy budete imet') – you (plural/formal) will have
– они будут иметь (oni budut imet') – they will have

Examples of sentences:
– У тебя есть ручка? Да, я имею ручку. (U tebya yest' ruchka? Da, ya imeyu ruchku.) – Do you have a pen? Yes, I have a pen.
– Он имеет большую коллекцию книг. (On imeyet bol'shuyu kollektsiyu knig.) – He has a large collection of books.
– В будущем они будут иметь больше времени. (V budushchem oni budut imet' bol'she vremeni.) – In the future, they will have more time.

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