Спрашивать / Спросить
Russian Conjugated Verbs

Russian verbs conjugated in both aspects in present, past and future tenses.
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Спрашивать / Спросить


 Imperfective AspectPerfective Aspect
Present Tense
   1st Person SingularСпрашиваю 
   2nd Person SingularСпрашиваешь 
   3rd Person SingularСпрашивает 
   1st Person PluralСпрашиваем 
   2nd Person PluralСпрашиваете 
   3rd Person PluralСпрашивают 
Past Tense
   MasculineСпрашивал Спросил 
   FeminineСпрашивала Спросила 
   NeuterСпрашивало Спросило 
   PluralСпрашивали Спросили 
Future Tense
   1st Person SingularБуду Спрошу 
   2nd Person SingularБудешь Спросишь 
   3rd Person SingularБудет Спросит 
   1st Person PluralБудем Спросим 
   2nd Person PluralБудете Спросите 
   3rd Person PluralБудут Спросят 
Command Form
   InformalСпрашивай Спроси 
   FormalСпрашивайте Спросите 


Меня спросили дорогу в больницу.     I was asked the road to the hospital.
Она спросила учителя.     She asked the teacher.
Он спрашивает разрешения пойти в кино.     He is asking for the permition to go to the cinema.
Учитель спрашивает учеников.     The teacher is asking students.
Мы спросим этот вопрос завтра.     We will ask this question tomorrow.
Не спрашивайте меня об этом.     Do not ask me about it.

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