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comparison of English and Russian tenses

 

 

 

  Present Past Future
Simple I write  Я пишу I wrote Я написал I will write Я напишу
We write  Мы пишем We wrote Мы написали We will write Мы напишем
She writes Она пишет She wrote Она написала She will write Она напишет
Continuous (Progressive) I am writing Я пишу I was writing Я писал I will be writing Я буду писать
We are writing Мы пишем We were writing Мы писали We will be writing Мы будем писать
She is writing Она пишет She was writing Она писала She will be writing Она будет писать
Perfect I have written Я написал I had written Я написал I will have written Я напишу
We have written Мы написали We have written Мы написали We will have written Мы напишем
She has written Она написала She has written Она написала She will have written Она напишет
Perfect Continuous I have been writing Я писал I had been writing Я писал I will have been writing Я буду писать
We have been writing Мы писали We had been writing Мы писали We will have been writing Мы будем писать
She has been writing Она писала She had been writing Она писала She will have been writing Она будет писать

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I will write      Я напишу 

We will write   Мы напишем

She will write  Она напишет

I will be writing     Я буду писать

We will be writing  Мы будем писать

She will be writing Она будет писать

I will have written       Я напишу

We will have written    Мы напишем

She will have written    Она напишет

I will have been writing    Я буду писать

We will have been writing Мы будем писать

She will have been writingОна будет писать

There is Present, Past and Future tense in Russian. As a matter of fact no one differenciates any other types of tenses. From the comparison table above you can see that there is not only one form of the verb used for each tense.

here is the table for Russian tenses:

http://www.italki.com/groups/3796/topic/43768.htm

 

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