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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
1. Associate "начнёшь" with "на" (na) meaning "on" and "чн" (chn) resembling the English word "begin" (think "ch" as in "change" related to starting something new).
2. Visualize starting a race when you hear "na-ch-nёsh" – it sounds like the initiation of an action.

"Начнёшь" is the future tense, second person singular form of the verb "начать" (to begin/start).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Приступишь" (pristupish') – you will start/commence.
– "Займёшься" (zajmyosh'sya) – you will take up/start (with a specific activity).

Infinitive: Начать (nachat')
Past tense:
– Я начал/начала (ya nachal/nachala) – I began (male/female)
– Ты начал/начала (ty nachal/nachala) – You began (male/female)
– Он начал (on nachal) – He began
– Она начала (ona nachala) – She began
– Мы начали (my nachali) – We began
– Вы начали (vy nachali) – You (plural/formal) began
– Они начали (oni nachali) – They began

Present tense:
(Note: Начать is perfective and does not have a present tense. Its imperfective counterpart is начинать (nachinat'))
– Я начинаю (ya nachinayu) – I am beginning
– Ты начинаешь (ty nachinayesh') – You are beginning
– Он/Она начинает (on/ona nachinayet) – He/She is beginning
– Мы начинаем (my nachinayem) – We are beginning
– Вы начинаете (vy nachinayete) – You (plural/formal) are beginning
– Они начинают (oni nachinayut) – They are beginning

Future tense:
(Note: Using начнёшь in context)
– Я начну (ya nachnu) – I will begin
– Ты начнёшь (ty nachnyosh') – You will begin
– Он/Она начнёт (on/ona nachnyot) – He/She will begin
– Мы начнём (my nachnyom) – We will begin
– Вы начнёте (vy nachnyote) – You (plural/formal) will begin
– Они начнут (oni nachnut) – They will begin

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. Ты начнёшь новую книгу завтра. (Ty nachnyosh' novuyu knigu zavtra.) – You will begin a new book tomorrow.
2. Когда ты начнёшь ремонт? (Kogda ty nachnyosh' remont?) – When will you begin the renovation?

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