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Drink – Пить

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Пить [peet’]

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пить [peet’] = to drink – verb, Infinitive
Я хочу пить [ya kha-CHU peet’] = I’m thirsty (Literally: I want to drink)

пей [pey] = drink! – verb, Imperative Informal
Пожалуйста, пей чай [pa-ZHA-lu-sta, pey chai] = Please drink some tea (Informal)

пейте [PEY-te] = drink! – verb, Imperative Formal
Пожалуйста, пейте чай [pa-ZHA-lu-sta, PEY-te chai] = Please drink some tea (Formal)

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Пить [peet’]

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пить [peet’] = to drink – verb, Infinitive
Я хочу пить [ya kha-CHU peet’] = I’m thirsty (Literally: I want to drink)

пей [pey] = drink! – verb, Imperative Informal
Пожалуйста, пей чай [pa-ZHA-lu-sta, pey chai] = Please drink some tea (Informal)

пейте [PEY-te] = drink! – verb, Imperative Formal
Пожалуйста, пейте чай [pa-ZHA-lu-sta, PEY-te chai] = Please drink some tea (Formal)

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