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How do you say "I need" in Russian?

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I want to know how to say "I need" in Russian, as in "I need a pen". Thank you. lva;osduvn;sionv;osifn;vzlsinv;aoirsnv;ozsnv;ozsinfv;aosifnv;aofdnv;alsjfnv.
asked Jun 9, 2014 by Eric35743 (240 points)

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Hi Eric,

I need a pen: Мне нужна ручка, feminine

I need an armchair: Мне нужно окно, neutral

I need a bycycle: Мне нужен велосипед, masculine

I need toys: Мне нужны игрушки, plural

I need to to: Мне нужно идти, infinitive, we use the neutral form.

Yulia Amlinskaya,
Russian Language Teacher.


answered Jun 10, 2014 by RussianTeacher (19,690 points)