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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– You can associate "читаешь" (chitayesh) with "cheat eyes" to remember it relates to reading.
– The root "чит" (chit) is the base for many words related to reading in Russian.

– "Читаешь" is the second person singular present tense form of the verb "читать," which means "to read."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Изучаешь" (izuchayesh) – studying, though this carries more of a connotation of studying in-depth rather than simply reading.
– "Просматриваешь" (prosmatrivaesh) – skimming or browsing through.

Conjugations of "читать" (to read):
– Infinitive: читать (chitat)
– Past tense:
– я читал/читала (ya chital/chitala) – I read (masculine/feminine)
– ты читал/читала (ty chital/chitala) – you read (masculine/feminine)
– он читал (on chital) – he read
– она читала (ona chitala) – she read
– мы читали (my chitali) – we read
– вы читали (vy chitali) – you (plural/formal) read
– они читали (oni chitali) – they read
– Present tense:
– я читаю (ya chitayu) – I read
– ты читаешь (ty chitayesh) – you read
– он/она читает (on/ona chitayet) – he/she reads
– мы читаем (my chitayem) – we read
– вы читаете (vy chitayete) – you (plural/formal) read
– они читают (oni chitayut) – they read
– Future tense:
– я буду читать (ya budu chitat) – I will read
– ты будешь читать (ty budesh chitat) – you will read
– он/она будет читать (on/ona budet chitat) – he/she will read
– мы будем читать (my budem chitat) – we will read
– вы будете читать (vy budete chitat) – you (plural/formal) will read
– они будут читать (oni budut chitat) – they will read

Examples of sentences:
– Ты читаешь книгу? (Ty chitayesh knigu?) – Are you reading a book?
– Каждый вечер ты читаешь перед сном. (Kazhdyy vecher ty chitayesh pered snom.) – Every evening, you read before bed.
– Что ты читаешь? (Chto ty chitayesh?) – What are you reading?

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