проводить / провести conjugation in Russian – to Spend

By Ari Helderman
November 17, 2020

Down below you find the table of conjugations for the verbs проводить / провести. In English the translation means ‘to Spend’.

проводить / провести conjugation in Russian

Imperfective
Aspect
Perfective
Aspect
Infinitive Formпроводитьпровести
Present Tense
1st Person Singularпровожу
2nd Person Singularпроводишь
3rd Person Singularпроводит
1st Person Pluralпроводим
2nd Person Pluralпроводите
3rd Person Pluralпроводят
Past Tense
Masculineпроводилпровёл
Feminineпроводилапровела
Neuterпроводилопровело
Pluralпроводилипровели
Future Tense
1st Person Singularбуду проводитьпроведу
2nd Person Singularбудешь проводитьпроведёшь
3rd Person Singularбудет проводитьпроведёт
1st Person Pluralбудем проводитьпроведём
2nd Person Pluralбудете проводитьпроведёте
3rd Person Pluralбудут проводитьпроведут
Imperative Form
Informalпроводипроведи
Politeпроводитепроведите
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