Говорить / Сказать
Russian Conjugated Verbs

Russian verbs conjugated in both aspects in present, past and future tenses.
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Говорить / Сказать

speak, talk, say

 Imperfective AspectPerfective Aspect
Englishspeak, talk, say
Present Tense
   1st Person SingularГоворю 
   2nd Person SingularГоворишь 
   3rd Person SingularГоворит 
   1st Person PluralГоворим 
   2nd Person PluralГоворите 
   3rd Person PluralГоворият 
Past Tense
   MasculineГоворил Сказал 
   FeminineГоворила Сказала 
   NeuterГоворило Сказало 
   PluralГоворили Сказали 
Future Tense
   1st Person SingularБуду Говорить Скажу 
   2nd Person SingularБудешь Говорить Скажешь 
   3rd Person SingularБудет Говорить Скажет 
   1st Person PluralБудем Говорить Скажем 
   2nd Person PluralБудете Говорить Скажете 
   3rd Person PluralБудут Говорить Скажут 
Command Form
   InformalГовори Скажи 
   FormalГоворите Скажите 


Я люблю много говорить.     I like to speak a lot.
Он не часто говорит со своей мамой.     He does not often speak to his mother.
Ты сказал ему об этом?     Did you tell him about it?
Они не сказали мне, что завтра мы пойдем в кино.     They did not tell me, that tomorrow we are going to the cinema.
Я скажу тебе, когда надо вставать.     I will tell you when you should get up.
Мы скажем ему о погоде.     We will tell him about the weather.

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