Dear learners 👋, this post is a follow-up to the parts «ЧАСТЬ 1», «ЧАСТЬ 2 (1)», «ЧАСТЬ 2 (2)» and «ЧАСТЬ 3 (1)». With «ЧАСТЬ 3 (1)» we learned the imperfective variants of the perfective «с-» verbs showing the motion down from above. With this post, we will learn about the second meaning of the same forms. You will see that the same six verbs can also denote the motion away from some place.

Please, listen 🎧 to the verb pairs here:

Please, read 📚 a little piece of literature with an example of usage here: WORDS: после́дний – the last / final; ле́тний день – a summer day; паути́на – a spider web / spider webs; так ти́хо – so quiet / silent / calm; у реки́ – by / beside / near the river; неслы́шный – inaudible; взмах весло́м – the stroke of an oar

Please, listen 📻 to the example of usage. Translated: “Remember, people move out of home only when there arises the reason…” («В следующий век» / Into the following century, И. Бродский, 1994, исп. Я. Тимофеев)

Please, listen 🎼🎶 to the example of usage. Translated: “Maybe it’s just a habit – to run away from home?” («Привычка сбегать из дома» / A habit to run away from home, исп. Градусы)

And this example 👆 is for advanced learners.

Please, find the previous parts in my earlier posts.

Thank you. 🙂