Gemi
Идти / Пойти Could you tell me.... 1.What's the difference between Идти / Пойти ? 2.When would you use each of them? 3.Some 'NOT SAY' examples.. Большое спасибо! 您能否告诉我 1.Идти 和 Пойти 的区别? 2.分别如何使用? 3.一些关于Идти 和 Пойти 明显使用错误的例子 多谢
Feb 15, 2017 4:02 PM
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ИДТИ // ПОЙТИ FUTURE Я буду идти в школу (rarely used; I will be going to school) // Я пойду в школу (I will go to school) PRESENT Я иду в школу (I'm going to school) // No option PAST Я шёл в школу (I was going to school) // Я пошёл в школу (I went to school) Идти в школу = to be going to school Пойти в школу = to go to school Я собираюсь пойти в школу = I'm going to go to school In colloquial speech, you can also say (before actually going): "Я иду в школу" ("I'm going to go to school") "Я пошёл в школу" ("I'm going to go to school") A couple of other examples: Он пошел в армию в 19 лет. He entered the army at nineteen. Я, пожалуй, пойду. I better be going.
February 16, 2017
"Идти" is imperfective, while "пойти" is perfective. "Идти в школу" means "to go to school" / "to be going to school" and focuses on the action of going itself, while "Пойти в школу" focuses more on the destination (the school) and implies that you will reach the destination. "Я иду в школу" = "I am going to school" / "I go to school", "Я пойду в школу" = "I will go to school". "Я шел в школу" = "I went to school", "Я пошел в школу" = "I have started the process of going to the school (and with the intention of reaching the school)".
February 15, 2017
Я не хочу идти в школу Я хочу идти в школу Я думаю идти в школу или нет Мне предложили пойти в школу Я не могу не пойти, в школе будет экзамен
February 15, 2017
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