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Russian

Pronunciation

  • IPA: [ɪ'tʲtʲi]

Alternative spellings

Verb

идти (idtí) (impf.), пойти (pojtí) (pf.) (concrete verbs)

  1. to go
  2. to walk
  3. to rain
  1. Идёт дождь - It’s raining
  1. to snow
  1. Идёт снег - It’s snowing
  1. to function, to work
  2. to suit, to become of clothes
  1. Э́тот костю́м ему́ идёт. - This suit suits him

Usage notes

Идти and пойти are Russian concrete verbs. Their counterpart, ходить, is an abstract verb.

Conjugation

Imperfective aspect
infinitive идти́
corresponding verbs normal reflexive
imperfective идти́
perfective пойти́

future tense singular plural
1st person бу́ду идти́ бу́дем идти́
2nd person бу́дешь идти́ бу́дете идти́
3rd person бу́дет идти́ бу́дут идти́
present tense singular plural
1st person иду́ идём
2nd person идёшь идёте
3rd person идёт иду́т
imperative иди́ иди́те

present participle active иду́щий
present participle passive
present adverbial participle идя́
past tense singular plural
masculine шёл шли
feminine шла
neuter шло
past participle active ше́дший
past participle passive
past adverbial participle
verbal nouns

Note 1: words enclosed in parentheses are obsolete or informal.
Note 2: for declension of participles, see their entries. Adverbial participles are indeclinable.

Derived terms

See also

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