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Verb Conjugation: Verbs Ending with -евать.



See also:
VERBS ENDING IN -ЕВАТЬ THAT HAVEN'T BEEN EXAMINED IN THE LESSON:
(they are conjugated like "воева́ть" and "танцева́ть"):
  • малева́ть (imperf.) – to daub, to paint (about low-quality drawings)
  • намалева́ть (perf.) – to paint something
  • размалева́ть (perf.) – to daub something
  • мухлева́ть (imperf.) – to cheat (in games, work) / colloquial
  • днева́ть (imperf.) – to spend the day
  • облицева́ть (perf.) – to revet
  • гарцева́ть (imperf.) – to prance
  • закольцева́ть, окольцева́ть (perf.) – to loop, to ring
  • врачева́ть (imperf.) – to heal, to doctor
  • бичева́ть (imperf.) – to scourge, to castigate; to be homeless
  • кочева́ть (imperf.) – to lead a nomad's life; to migrate
  • перекочева́ть (perf.) – to move on, to migrate
  • корчева́ть (imperf.), вы́корчевать (perf.) – to root up
  • по́тчевать (imperf.) – to regale
  • отмежева́ться (perf.) – to dissociate oneself
  • затушева́ть (perf.) – to obscure, to shade
  • тушева́ться (imperf.), стушева́ться (perf.) – to efface

EXERCISE:
How would you say in Russian:
  1. What are you chewing?
  2. My sister dances.
  3. We will spend the night in hotel.
  4. – hotel – оте́ль [тэ], гости́ница
    – in hotel – в оте́ле, в гости́нице
    – In this case, in order to form the Future Tense you may just conjugate the perfective verb “переночева́ть”, which has the same meaning that “ночева́ть” (to spend the night), but is perfective.
  5. Why do they doubt me?
  6. – why – почему́
    – In Russian the verb “сомнева́ться” (to doubt) is used with the preposition “в(о)” followed by a noun/pronoun in the Prepositional case:
    сомнева́ться во мне – to doubt me
    сомнева́ться в тебе – to doubt you
    сомнева́ться в нём – to doubt him
    сомнева́ться в ней – to doubt her
    сомнева́ться в нас – to doubt us
    сомнева́ться в вас – to doubt you (talking to several people)
    сомнева́ться в них – to doubt them

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