Russian Vocabulary (and Wisdom)

How to say "to arrive" in Russian

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Meaning: to arrive, come

Pronunciation: [pree-YEH-khat']

Part of speech: verb (perfective aspect)

Rank: #445 (see frequency list)

When are you arrive in St. Petersburg? Photo by Retlaw Snellac.
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 Example sentences:
  • Он приедет в город завтра утром.
  • He'll come to town tomorrow morning.
  • Мы приедем из отпуска 23-го ноября.
  • We'll return from a vacation on November 23rd.
  • Я не знаю, когда её мама приедет в Москву.
  • I don't know when her mother will come to Moscow.
  • Когда вы приедете в Санкт-Петербург?
  • When will you arrive to St. Petersburg?
  • Филипп Киркоров приехал к нам в город с концертом.
  • Philip Kirkorov came to our city with a concert.
  • Маша совершенно неожиданно приехала к нам в гости.
  • Mary unexpectedly came to visit us.
  • Игорь приедет в Сочи с рабочим визитом.
  • Igor will arrives to Sochi with a working visit.
  • Мы обязательно приедем сюда снова!
  • We will definitely come here again!
  • Он приехал во время, как и обещал.
  • He arrived exactly on time, as promised.
  • В каком часу Вы приедете домой?
  • At what time will you come to home?

 Verb conjugation:

Present Tense

The perfective verb приехать is not used in the Present Tense. Use the imperfective verb приезжать instead.

Past Tense

I, you (singular), he прие́хал
she прие́хала
it прие́хало
we, you (plural), they прие́хали

Future Simple Tense

I прие́ду
you (singular) прие́дешь
he, she, it прие́дет
we прие́дем
you (plural) прие́дете
they прие́дут

Future Compound Tense

The perfective verb приехать is not used in the Future Compound Tense. Use the imperfective verb приезжать instead.

Imperative Mood (Command Form)

you (singular) -
you (plural) -

View full conjugation table for the verb pair приезжать/приехать

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Word recordings: Copyright(c) 2006 Streit Goulnara, Streit Eric, Vion Nicolas. Copyright(c) 2007 S. Sakhno, N. Vion. Distributed under CC-BY.

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