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

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1. Tips to remember the word "пойдёшь":
– Break it down phonetically: "poy- dyosh."
– Associate "пой" (poy) with the English "go" and think of "dyosh" as a unique ending.
– Remember the future tense structure and the common usage in everyday speech.

2. Explanations:
– "пойдёшь" is the second person singular future tense of the verb "пойти," meaning "to go."
– It is specifically used to indicate that someone will go in the future.

3. Other words that mean the same thing:
– отравишься (otravish'sya) – though it can also mean "to get poisoned," in some contexts it can mean "to head off."
– направишься (napravish'sya) – meaning "you will head towards."

4. Conjugations of the verb "пойти":
– Infinitive: пойти (poyti)
– Future:
– Я пойду (ya poydu) – I will go
– Ты пойдёшь (ty poydyosh) – You will go
– Он/Она пойдёт (on/ona poydyot) – He/She will go
– Мы пойдём (my poydyom) – We will go
– Вы пойдёте (vy poydyote) – You (plural/formal) will go
– Они пойдут (oni poydut) – They will go

– Past:
– Я пошёл/пошла (ya poshol/poshla) – I went (male/female form)
– Ты пошёл/пошла (ty poshol/poshla) – You went (male/female form)
– Он/Она пошёл/пошла (on/ona poshol/poshla) – He/She went
– Мы пошли (my poshli) – We went
– Вы пошли (vy poshli) – You (plural/formal) went
– Они пошли (oni poshli) – They went

– Present: Note that "пойти" is perfective, so it doesn't have a present tense. Its imperfective counterpart is "идти" (to go), which does have a present tense:
– Я иду (ya idu) – I am going
– Ты идёшь (ty idyosh) – You are going
– Он/Она идёт (on/ona idyot) – He/She is going
– Мы идём (my idyom) – We are going
– Вы идёте (vy idyote) – You (plural/formal) are going
– Они идут (oni idut) – They are going

5. Examples of sentences using "пойдёшь":
– Завтра ты пойдёшь в школу. (Zavtra ty poydyosh v shkolu.) – Tomorrow you will go to school.
– Ты пойдёшь со мной в кино? (Ty poydyosh so mnoy v kino?) – Will you go to the cinema with me?
– Когда ты пойдёшь на работу? (Kogda ty poydyosh na rabotu?) – When will you go to work?

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