Плакать / поплакать conjugation in Russian – to Cry

By Ari Helderman
November 17, 2020

Down below you find the table of conjugations for the verbs Плакать / поплакать. In English the translation means ‘to cry’.

Плакать / поплакать conjugation in Russian

Imperfective
Aspect
 
Perfective
Aspect
 
Infinitive Formплакатьпоплакать
Present Tense
я – 1st Person Singularплачу
ты – 2nd Person Singularплачешь
он/она/оно – 3rd Person Singularплачет
мы – 1st Person Pluralплачем
вы – 2nd Person Pluralплачете
они – 3rd Person Pluralплачут
Past Tense
он – Masculineплакалпоплакал
она – Feminineплакалапоплакала
оно – Neuterплакалопоплакало
они/мы/вы – Pluralплакалипоплакали
Future Tense
я – 1st Person Singularбуду     плакатьпоплачу
ты – 2nd Person Singularбудешь плакатьпоплачешь
он/она/они – 3rd Person Singularбудет    плакатьпоплачет
мы – 1st Person Pluralбудем   плакатьпоплачем
вы – 2nd Person Pluralбудете  плакатьпоплачете
они – 3rd Person Pluralбудут    плакатьплачут
Imperative Form
ты – Informalплачьпоплачь
вы – Politeплачьтепоплачьте
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