Влетать [Vletat'] (to fly into) conjugation

Russian
imperfective
2 examples
This verb can also mean the following: run into, get, get into trouble, run.
This verb's perfective counterpart: влететь

Conjugation of eiti

Я
Ты
Он/она
Мы
Вы
Они
Present tense
влетаю
vletaju
I fly into
влетаешь
vletaesh'
you fly into
влетает
vletaet
he/she flies into
влетаем
vletaem
we fly into
влетаете
vletaete
you all fly into
влетают
vletajut
they fly into
Imperfective Imperative mood
-
влетай
vletaj
fly into
-
-
влетайте
vletajte
fly into
-
Он
Она
Оно
Они
Imperfective Past tense
влетал
vletal
he did into
влетала
vletala
she did into
влетало
vletalo
it did into
влетали
vletali
they did into
Conditional
влетал бы
vletal by
He would fly into
влетала бы
vletala by
She would fly into
влетало бы
vletalo by
It would fly into
влетали бы
vletali by
They would fly into
Pres. Act.
Past Act.
Pres. Pass.
Past Pass.
Present Adv.
Past Adv.
Participles
влетающий
vletajuščij
one who flies into
влетавший
vletavšij
one who flew into
влетая
vletaja
flying into
влетав
vletav
while flying into

Examples of влетать

Example in RussianTranslation in English
Просто влетает в него с нереальной скоростью.Simply flies into those, almost cartoonishly fast.
Что правительство не имеет права совать нос в переписку своих граждан. Но все это до того, как пару самолетов влетает в небоскребы и погибает маленькая девочка.People who think their government doesn't have the right to go around poking their noses in the emails of its citizens that is until a plane flies into a couple towers and a little girl loses her life.

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