Сидеть / Посидеть
Russian Conjugated Verbs

Russian verbs conjugated in both aspects in present, past and future tenses.
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Сидеть / Посидеть


 Imperfective AspectPerfective Aspect
Present Tense
   1st Person SingularСижу 
   2nd Person SingularСидишь 
   3rd Person SingularСидит 
   1st Person PluralСидим 
   2nd Person PluralСидите 
   3rd Person PluralСидят 
Past Tense
   MasculineСидел Посидел 
   FeminineСидела Посидела 
   NeuterСидело Посидело 
   PluralСидели Посидели 
Future Tense
   1st Person SingularБуду Сидеть Посижу 
   2nd Person SingularБудешь Сидеть Посидишь 
   3rd Person SingularБудет Сидеть Посидит 
   1st Person PluralБудем Сидеть Посидим 
   2nd Person PluralБудете Сидеть Посидите 
   3rd Person PluralБудут Сидеть Посидят 
Command Form
   InformalСиди Посиди 
   FormalСидите Посидите 


Он сидит на стуле    He is sitting on the chair.
Не сидите на полу!     Do not sit on the floor!
Дети сидели на траве.     The children were sitting on the grass.
Она сидела в машине и ждала его.     She was sitting in the car waiting for him.
В автобусе мы будем сидет 8 часов.     İn the bus we will sit for 8 hours.
Завтра придут гости и мы будем долго сидеть с ними.     Tomorrow guests will come to us and we will sit with them for a long time.

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