How to say "I know" in Russian

I know in Russian

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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