Categories: "Unprefixed verbs of motion" or "Most generic verbs of motion" or "Motion by air" or "Motion carrying something" or "Running motion" or "Vehicular motion"


March 10th, 2014 — posted by Don
The verb вести means to guide someone somewhere. It's a unidirectional verb that conjugates like this: Imperfective Infinitive вести Past вёл вела вело вели Present веду ведёшь ведёт ведём ведёте ведут Future буду вести будешь… more »


February 24th, 2014 — posted by Don
There is a subset of verbs in Russian that in the US are sometimes taught as verb triplets instead of pairs. You can find a list of those verbs here, and a rough summary of how those verbs are used here. Among them is the multidirectional verb водить,… more »


March 24th, 2010 — posted by Don
The determinate verb for “to carry” in Russian is нести: Imperfective Infinitive нести Past нёс несла несло несли Present несу несёшь несёт несём несёте несут Future буду нести будешь нести будет нести будем нести будете… more »

Носить (часть вторая)

March 11th, 2010 — posted by Don
The most generic verb for “to carry” in Russian is носить. Note the consonant mutation in the я form: Imperfective Infinitive носить Past носил носила носило носили Present ношу носишь носит носим носите носят Future буду носить… more »


February 19th, 2010 — posted by Don
The most generic perfective verb for travelling by air in Russian is полететь “to fly”: Perfective Infinitive полететь Past полетел полетела полетело полетели Present No such thing as perfective present in Russian. Future полечу… more »