целовать / поцеловать conjugation in Russian – to Kiss

By Ari Helderman
November 16, 2020

Down below you find the table of conjugations for the verbs целовать / поцеловать. In English the translation means ‘to kiss’.

целовать / поцеловать conjugation in Russian

Present Tense
я – 1st Person Singularцелую
ты– 2nd Person Singularцелуешь
он/она/оно – 3rd Person Singularцелует
мы – 1st Person Pluralцелуем
вы – 2nd Person Pluralцелуете
они/мы/– 3rd Person Pluralцелуют
Past Tense
он – Masculineцеловалпоцеловал
она – Feminineцеловалапоцеловала
оно – Neuterцеловалопоцеловало
они/мы/вы – Pluralцеловалипоцеловали
Future Tense
я – 1st Person Singularбуду целоватьпоцелую
ты – 2nd Person Singularбудешь целоватьпоцелуешь
он/она/оно – 3rd Person Singularбудет целоватьпоцелует
мы– 1st Person Pluralбудем целоватьпоцелуем
вы – 2nd Person Pluralбудете целоватьпоцелуете
они – 3rd Person Pluralбудут целоватьпоцелуют
Imperative Form
ты – Informalцелуйпоцелуй
вы – Politeцелуйтепоцелуйте
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