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You take in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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берёшь (romanized: beryosh)

### Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
Sound association: The word "берёшь" starts with "бер-", which phonetically sounds like "bear" in English. You might imagine a bear taking something with its paws.
Visual association: Think of the birch tree ("берёза" in Russian). You can visualize a person taking a branch or something from the birch tree to associate with taking.

### Explanations:
– "Берёшь" is the second person singular present tense form of the verb "брать," which means "to take."

### Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– "Принимаешь" (prinimayesh) – Accept, take (in the sense of accepting or receiving).
– "Забираешь" (zabirayesh) – Take away, pick up.

### Conjugations of "брать" (to take):
#### Infinitive:
– брать (brat')

#### Past Tense:
Masculine: брал (bral)
Feminine: брала (brala)
Neuter: брало (bralo)
Plural: брали (brali)

#### Present Tense:
I take: беру (beru)
You take: берёшь (beryosh)
He/She/It takes: берёт (beryot)
We take: берём (beryom)
You all take: берёте (beryote)
They take: берут (berut)

#### Future Tense (Perfective aspect: взять – to take):
I will take: возьму (voz'mu)
You will take: возьмёшь (voz'myosh)
He/She/It will take: возьмёт (voz'myot)
We will take: возьмём (voz'myom)
You all will take: возьмёте (voz'myote)
They will take: возьмут (voz'mut)

### Examples of Sentences:
– Ты берёшь книгу со стола. (Ty beryosh knigu so stola.) – You take the book from the table.
– Когда ты берёшь отпуск? (Kogda ty beryosh otpusk?) – When are you taking a vacation?
– Иногда ты берёшь мои вещи без спроса. (Inogda ty beryosh moi veshchi bez sprosa.) – Sometimes you take my things without asking.

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