Intermediate Russian

Possessive Pronouns in Russian language

Possessive pronouns in Russian language designate ownership and answers question “whose is this?” In English language there are equivalents such as “my, your, his, her etc.” In Russian language possessive pronouns are modifiers, they agree in Gender, Number, and case with the modified noun. Possessive pronoun “my” 1st person singular: Masculine Feminine Neutral Plural Nominative …

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Prepositional case in Russian language

Prepositional case is the sixth and final case of Russian language and has only 3 very simple rules. We will be discussing it in following article. Before we start, we want you to keep in mind this important fact: “The Prepositional case is always used with a preposition in the sentence”. 1) The Prepositional Case …

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Instrumental case in Russian language

Instrumental case is the fifth case of Russian language and consists of 5 rules. We are going to discuss them in the following article. 1) Instrumental Case is Used to Designate an Instrument that is Used to Carry out the Action. Instrumental case in Russian language can be understood with the equivalent meaning in English …

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Nominative Case in Russian

The Nominative case in Russian is the initial form of Russian nouns. You’ll find nouns in dictionaries and vocabulary only in the Nominative case form. Nominative case answers the questions: “who?” –  Кто? “what?” – Что? Nominative case in Russian can be divided into 3 main rules: 1. The Nominative Case Speaks About a Person or Thing Performing an Action …

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