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Questions about verbs, both finite and non-finite forms such as infinitives, gerunds, participles. The tag covers formation, derivation, functions, usage and meaning of verbs.

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So, is there a "neutral" perfective to тянуть? Is потянуть what I am looking for? No, there isn't. ''Потянуть'' has an imperfective form either - ''потягивать''. I think the reason for the abs …
answered Jan 19 by Sandra
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The short answer that any Russian speaker will instantly give you is that all potential forms - побежу, победю, побежду - just sound somewhat bad. They just cause a weird subconscious reaction in any …
answered Jan 13 by Sandra
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In Russian, you can even construct sentences consisting of a few verbs and containing no other words, for example: Решил пойти купить поесть. = I've decided to go to buy (some food) to eat. The abov …
answered Jan 19 by Sandra