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Russian verbs: what to memorize

Hi everyone,

I'm a beginning learner of Russian wondering what morphological information would be best to memorize along with verbs. Do you find it useful to learn verbs in aspect pairs? Why (not)? Should I memorize first or second person singular forms along with verbs? Is there anything else I might want to include?

Thanks for your advice!
Tags: russian, vocabulary
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