Стоять / Постоять
Russian Conjugated Verbs

Russian verbs conjugated in both aspects in present, past and future tenses.
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Стоять / Постоять


 Imperfective AspectPerfective Aspect
Present Tense
   1st Person SingularСтою 
   2nd Person SingularСтоишь 
   3rd Person SingularСтоит 
   1st Person PluralСтоим 
   2nd Person PluralСтоите 
   3rd Person PluralСтоят 
Past Tense
   MasculineСтоял Постоял 
   FeminineСтояла Постояла 
   NeuterСтояло Постояло 
   PluralСтояли Постояли 
Future Tense
   1st Person SingularБуду Стоять Постою 
   2nd Person SingularБудешь Стоять Постоишь 
   3rd Person SingularБудет Стоять Постоит 
   1st Person PluralБудем Стоять Постоим 
   2nd Person PluralБудете Стоять Постоите 
   3rd Person PluralБудут Стоять Постоят 
Command Form
   InformalСтой Постой 
   FormalСтойте Постойте 


Стол стоит в углу.     The table is standing in the corner.
Мужчина стоял у окна.     A man was standing at the window.
Мы стояли у театра и ждали её.     We were standing at the theatre waiting for her.
Через неделю вы будете стоять на станции и ждать поезда.     İn a week you will stand at the platform waiting for the train.
Гитара стояла на полу.     The guitar was standing on the floor.

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