I know in Russian: How to say?

Jun 16, 2019
I know

It’s very easy to say I know in Russian, here is how you can do it:

я зна́ю [ya zná-yu]

Я is I in Russian.

Зна́ю comes from the verb знать (to know). You can find the conjugation of the verb знать here.

Here are some more useful Russian phrases that include I know:

Я уже́ зна́ю.
[ya u-zhé zná-yu]
I already know.

Я не зна́ю.
[ya nye zná-yu]
I don’t know.

Я зна́ю об э́том.
[ya zná-yu ab é-tam]
I know about it.

Спаси́бо, я зна́ю.
[spa-sée-ba, ya zná-yu]
Thank you, I know.

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Related Russian words

знать [znat'] Verb , imperfective
to know
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узна́ть [uznát'] Verb , perfective
to learn, to get to know, find out; to recognize

Related examples

  • А я и не зна́ла, что ты тако́й аза́ртный.

    a ya ee nye znála, chto ty takóî azártnyî

    I didn’t know that you are so venturesome.

  • Я ма́ло об э́том зна́ю.

    ya mála ab étam znáyu

    I do not know much about it.

  • Я ведь зна́ю, что ты меня́ обма́нываешь.

    ya vyet' znáyu, chto ty meenyá abmányvaeesh'

    I know that you are deceiving me.

  • Мы не зна́ем, по како́й причи́не он так поступи́л.

    my nye znáeem, pa kákóî preechéenye on tak pastupéel

    We do not know why he did it.

  • Ты не зна́ешь, кто поёт э́ту пе́сню?

    ty nye znáeesh, kto payót étu pyésnyu

    Do you know who sings this song?

  • Ты что-нибу́дь зна́ешь об э́том?

    ty chtoneebút' znáeesh' ab étam

    Do you know anything about it?

  • Каку́ю на за́втра пого́ду обеща́ли, не зна́ешь?

    kakúyu pagódu na závtra abeeschálee, nye znáeesh?

    Do you know what kind of weather is forecasted for tomorrow?

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