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Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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Let's practice: Can you write a toast to your friend's birthday in Russian?

Sunday at 10:24 pm
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Hello Mary G.

Yes, meaning can be a little bit different.

Regarding your sentences (without knowing a context) their meaning is almost the same. However basically "споём" tell us about future tense, beginning of action is future. "петь" - is present.


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Mary G.
Thursday at 11:14 am
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У меня вопрос - I have a question -

Что такое разница в этих двух предложении? What is the difference in these two sentences?

Давай петь!

Давай споём!

Let's sing

Does the meaning change when using a perfective versus and imperfective verb? Or do they mean the same thing?

Спасибо . Thank you.