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Do all of past Russian past verbs end with *л and *ла? How can I make a Russian future verb ?

 

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    In Russian, past tense and present tense, as well as future tense refer to the indicative mood. Future tense denotes that the action marked by the verb will happen after the moment of speaking.
    Future tense has two forms: simple and compound. Future simple forms are formed by the verbs of the perfective aspect with the help of personal endings.
    Она прочитает: She will read/She will have read

    Future compound forms are formed by the verbs of the imperfective aspect. This group is called compound, because it consists of two words: future simple tense form of the verb "быть" (to be) and the infinitive of the perfective verb. The Russian compound future tense is remarkably similar in structure to the English simple future tense.
    Она будет читать: She will read/She will be reading

    The suffix л is not used to form the past tense form of such verbs if they are used with singular masculine subjects (i.e. nouns and pronouns), like in:
    беречь --> мальчик берёг (to keep - a boy kept)
    сохнуть --> он сох (to dry - he was drying)

    Еще средний род "ло" и множественное число "ли". Для образования будущего времени надо добавить глагол "быть". Пример: я буду учить, ты будешь учить, он (она) будет учить, они будут учить.

     

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