носить / понести conjugation in Russian – to Carry

By Ari Helderman
November 17, 2020

Down below you find the table of conjugations for the verbs носить / понести. In English the translation means ‘to carry’.

носить / понести conjugation in Russian

Imperfective aspect         
Perfective Aspect         
Infinitive                              носитьпонести
Present tense                    
  я – Iношу
  ты – youносишь
  он, она, оно – he, she, itносит
  мы- weносим
  вы – youносите
  они – theyносят
Past tense
  masculine – онносилпонёс
  feminine – онаносилапонесла
  neuter – ононосилопонесло
  plural – ониносилипонесли
Future tense
  я – Iбуду носитьпонесу
  ты – youбудешь носитьпонесёшь
  он, она, оно – he, she, itбудет носитьпонесёт
  мы- weбудем носитьпонесём
  вы – youбудете носитьпонесёте
  они – theyбудут носитьпонесут
  masculine – онносил быпонёс бы
  feminine – онаносила быпонесла бы
  neuter – ононосило быпонесло бы
  plural – ониносили быпонесли бы
  you (singular) – тыносипонеси
  you (plural) – выноситепонесите
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