Here is the list of some of the most common Russian verbs. The verbs below are listed in one of the aspects. If an opposite aspect of a verb exists, it is mentioned in the description.
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По да́нным опро́сов, са́мые счастли́вые лю́ди живу́т в Бе́льгии, Нидерла́ндах, А́встрии и Финля́ндии.
pa dán-nym ap-ró-saf, sá-my-ye schees-lée-vy-ye lyú-dee zhee-vút v byél'-gee-ee, nee-deer-lán-dah, áfst-ree-ee ee feen-lyán-dee-ee
According to surveys, the happiest people live in Belgium, Netherlands, Austria and Finland.
can, to be able, to know how
to listen, to hear
to count, to compute, to reckon; to consider, to think
to feel like something/doing something
to be busy with, to deal, to practice, to be engaged/involved, to study
to want, to feel like; to wish
to memorize, to remember
to stand up, to get up, to rise; to be up
to look, to watch