How to say "Come here" in Russian

Saying come here in Russian depends on who you are talking to: whether it is one person or a few, and whether it is a formal or informal situation.

Here are possible variations of come here in Russian:

иди́ сюда́
[ee-dée syu-dá]
singular informal

иди́те сюда́
[ee-dée-tye syu-dá]
plural informal or formal

Иди́/иди́те is a command form of the verb идти́ (to go, to walk). You can learn more about the verb “to go” in Russian here. Here you can find the conjugation of the verb идти.

Сюда́ literally means to here.

You can also use the verb подойти́ (to come close, to approach), for example:

подойди́ сюда́
[pa-daî-dée syu-dá]
come here / come closer (informal singular)

подойди́те сюда́
[pa-daî-dée syu-dá]
come here / come closer (informal plural or formal)

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