заказывать / заказать conjugation in Russian – to Order

By Ari Helderman
May 3, 2022

Down below you find the table of conjugations for the verbs заказывать / заказать. In English the translation means ‘to order’.

Read this article on Russian verb conjugation if you want to learn how to conjugate other Russian verbs.

заказывать / заказать conjugation in Russian

The stress of each word is on the bolded parts. Try saying the words out loud while you read to make sure they ‘stick’ in your memory.

Imperfective AspectPerfective Aspect
Infinitive Formзаказыватьзаказать
Present Tense
я – 1st Person Singularзаказываю
ты – 2nd Person Singularзаказываешь
он/она/оно – 3rd Person Singularзаказывает
мы – 1st Person Pluralзаказываем
вы – 2nd Person Pluralзаказываете
они – 3rd Person Pluralзаказывают
Past Tense
он – Masculineзаказывалзаказал
она – Feminineзаказывалазаказала
оно – Neuterзаказывалозаказало
они/мы/вы – Pluralзаказывализаказали
Future Tense
я – 1st Person Singularбуду заказыватьзакажу
ты – 2nd Person Singularбудешь заказыватьзакажешь
он/она/оно – 3rd Person Singularбудет заказыватьзакажет
мы – 1st Person Pluralбудем заказыватьзакажем
вы – 2nd Person Pluralбудете заказыватьзакажете
они – 3rd Person Pluralбудут заказыватьзакажут
Imperative Form
ты – Informalзаказывайзакажи
вы – Politeзаказывайтезакажите

How to use заказать in Russian?

Just like in English, you can use the word заказывать when you’re ordering something. It doesn’t matter if you’re ordering something from the menu in the restaurant, in an online shop or any other type of order.

Examples of заказывать / заказать conjugation

While reading the examples below, try saying them out loud. That will do wonders for your ability to speak Russian well. If you’re in a public place and it would be a little awkward to say Russian words, try to pronounce the sentences in your head.

If you make this into a habit to always pronounce Russian words while you read them, your speaking skills will improve 5 times faster than if you would not do this. It’s a small action that brings big results.

Russian exampleEnglish translation
Могу я заказать здесь пиццу?Can I order pizza here?
Компания хочет заказывать запчасти каждую неделю.The company wants to order spare parts every week
Я заказываю суши, хочешь?I’m ordering a sushi, do you want some?
Закажем обед на праздник в субботу.We will order lunch for the party on Saturday
Вы закажете еду, или я закажу еду?Will you order food, or shall I order food?
Еда, которую Наталья заказала вчера, была ужаснойThe food Natalya ordered yesterday was horrible
Каждую пятницу вечером мы заказываем картофель фриWe order French fries every Friday night
Мой папа заказал мой подарок онлайнMy dad ordered my present online
Закажи еду сейчас, или я умру с голодуOrder the food now, or I will starve
Я обычно заказываю онлайнI usually order online
Ребята заказывайте пиццу пожалуйстаGuys, order pizza please
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About the Author

My name is Ari Helderman and I help people learn Russian through videos and blog posts where I share my experience.   I have been learning Russian since 2016. I often get mistaken for a native speaker these days, so I've learned a thing or two about what works and what doesn't if you want to speak Russian well.

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