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'РАДОВАТЬСЯ' (Imperfective aspect) // 'ОБРАДОВАТЬСЯ' (Perfective aspect) - to rejoice, - to be glad, - it's nothing to gloat over - тут нечему радоваться. Imperfective verbs have Present, Past and Future tenses. Perfective verbs have Past and Future tenses, no Present tense. If you have just started learning Russian, you can repeat the forms and sentences after me. If you already speak Russian well and confidently, you can translate sentences and write your variants of usage of the verb in the comments. In the first comment you can find PDF-file with all the forms in the sentences. You can download this file for free)))