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It can be any verb, regular or irregular. It does not have to be the infinitive.

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Example: Conjugation on the Russian verb "быть"   
я буду,  ты будешь,  .....  они будут    (Affirmative, Future Tense)
я не буду,  ты не будешь,  .....  они не будут    (Negative, Future Tense)
был я была́ она .....   мы бы́ли (Interrogative, Past Tense)

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What is verb conjugation?

Learning how to conjugate verbs is essential for learning a language.

Conjugation is the creation of derived forms of a verb from its principal parts by inflection (regular alteration according to rules of grammar).

Conjugation may be affected by person, number, gender, tense, aspect, mood, voice, or other grammatical categories.

Conjugated forms of a verb are called finite forms. In many languages there are also one or more forms that remain unchanged with all or most grammatical categories: the non-finite forms, such as the infinitive or the gerund. A table giving all the conjugated variants of a verb in a given language is called a conjugation table or a verb paradigm.

Russian verb conjugation rules

There are two conjugations in Russian, called the 1st conjugation and the 2nd conjugation (or E-conjugation and И-conjugation, respectively).


In Russian, the letter "-Ё-" can only exist when it is under stress, and every Russian word has only one stress. If the letter "-Ё-" is not under stress (the stress is somewhere else in the word -- stresses, by the way, simply have to be memorized) then it becomes automatically "-Е-". Let's use two examples of conjugation I verbs, "жить" and "читать" ("to live" and "to read"). To form the verb conjugation, the infinitive ending (the "-ть") must be removed. If there's a change in the verb, it'll occur now. In our example "жить" suddenly a "-в" appears. In conjugation I verbs, if there's a change in the verb, then it exists throughout the entire verb conjugation pattern.The actual verb endings are bolded and the translation in on the right:

я живу I live
ты живёшь you live



живёт he/she/it lives
мы живём we live
вы живёте you live
они живут they live
я читаю I read
ты читаешь you read



читает he/she/it reads
мы читаем we read
вы читаете you read
они читают they read

There is a commonality in the consonants used in the endings (other than in the "я" form). In the verb "to read", the ending is not under stress, so it follows the rule mention above about stress. Note the differences in the "я" and "они" forms. This can be explained by spelling rules. For now, when adding endings, "ю" and "я" follow vowels.


The consonants used for this conjugation are exactly the same as in conjugation I; it's the vowels that are different, and the rule about any changes in the verb form. In conjugation II verbs, if there is a change, it occurs only in the "я" form of the verb. Most verbs ending in "-ить" and "-еть" are conjugation II verbs. Our examples will be "говорить" and "видеть" ("to speak" and "to see").

The verb endings are bolded and the translation in on the right:


я говорю I speak
ты говоришь you speak



говорит he/she/it speaks
мы говорим we speak
вы говорите you speak
они говорят they speak
я вижу I see
ты видишь you see



видит he/she/it sees
мы видим we see
вы видите you see
они видят they see

There is still the commonality in the consonants used in the endings (other than in the "я" form). Here, however, the base vowel is different. Notice as well a crucial difference in the "они" form -- a "-я-", not an "-у-" or "-ю-" is used to construct the verb (the consonant, however, is the same). Notice that the regular "я"-form ending is "-ю", not "-у" (though the latter occurs for spelling rule reasons, as shown above).