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

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Tips to remember the Russian word
To connect "ждёшь" with "you wait," consider the sound similarity of "жд" to "wait" as in "zhd," like "zhed-you." The "ёшь" ending is typical for the second person singular in Russian present tense verbs.

– "ждёшь" is the second person singular present tense form of the verb "ждать" (to wait).
– The root "жд" is related to waiting or expectation.

Other words that mean the same thing
– "ожидаешь" (ozhidayesh') – from the verb "ожидать" (to expect, to wait)
– "поджидаешь" (podzhidayesh') – from the verb "поджидать" (to wait for someone a bit)

Different Conjugations of ждать
– Infinitive: ждать (zhdat')
– Past Tense:
– Masculine: ждал (zdal)
– Feminine: ждала (zdala)
– Neuter: ждало (zdalo)
– Plural: ждали (zdali)
– Present Tense:
– I wait: я жду (ya zhdu)
– You wait: ты ждёшь (ty zhdyosh')
– He/She/It waits: он/она/оно ждёт (on/ona/ono zhdyot)
– We wait: мы ждём (my zhdem)
– You (pl.) wait: вы ждёте (vy zhdyote)
– They wait: они ждут (oni zhdyut)
– Future Tense:
– I will wait: я буду ждать (ya budu zhdat')
– You will wait: ты будешь ждать (ty budesh' zhdat')
– He/She/It will wait: он/она/оно будет ждать (on/ona/ono budet zhdat')
– We will wait: мы будем ждать (my budem zhdat')
– You (pl.) will wait: вы будете ждать (vy budete zhdat')
– They will wait: они будут ждать (oni budut zhdat')

Examples of sentences that use "ждёшь"
1. Ты ждёшь автобуса? (Ty zhdyosh' avtobusa?) – Are you waiting for the bus?
2. Почему ты меня ждёшь? (Pochemu ty menya zhdyosh'?) – Why are you waiting for me?
3. Ты всегда ждёшь до последней минуты. (Ty vsegda zhdyosh' do posledney minuty.) – You always wait until the last minute.

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