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I know – Я знаю

How to say I know in Russian

 

 

 

Я знаю [YA ZNA-yu]

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Я знаю [YA ZNA-yu] = I know

Я [YA] = I – pronoun, 1st person Singular, Nominative Case
знаю [ZNA-yu] = I know – verb, 1st person Singular, Present, Imperfective

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How to say I know in Russian
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Я знаю [YA ZNA-yu]

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    After-I know in Russian
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Я знаю [YA ZNA-yu] = I know

Я [YA] = I – pronoun, 1st person Singular, Nominative Case
знаю [ZNA-yu] = I know – verb, 1st person Singular, Present, Imperfective

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