On this page you will learn how to say I am hungry in Russian

I am hungry – Я хочу есть

I am hungry in Russian

 

 

 

Я хочу есть [YA ha-CHU YEST’]

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Я хочу есть [YA ha-CHU YEST’] = I’m hungry (Literally: I want to eat)

я [YA] = I – pronoun, 1st person singular, Nominative Case
хочу [ha-CHU] = (I) want – verb, 1st person singular (I-form), Present
есть [YEST’] = to eat – verb, Infinitive

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I am hungry in Russian
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Я хочу есть [YA ha-CHU YEST’]

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Я хочу есть [YA ha-CHU YEST’] = I’m hungry (Literally: I want to eat)

я [YA] = I – pronoun, 1st person singular, Nominative Case
хочу [ha-CHU] = (I) want – verb, 1st person singular (I-form), Present
есть [YEST’] = to eat – verb, Infinitive

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