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Plural & Singular of Russian Nouns

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Russian masculine nouns with the hard consonant endings and femenine nouns with an "-а" ending

Attention!

Some Russian nouns lose a vowel "о, ё" or "е" and some add "ь" or "й"

Russian nouns with the endings "-ь", "-й", "-я" and "-ия"

Attention!

Some Russian nouns lose a vowel "о, ё" or "е" and some add "ь" or "й"

Remember!

"И" is written after "Г", "Ж", "К", "Ч", "Ш", "Щ" and "Х", but "Ы" is pronounced

Russian nueter nouns with the endings "-о" ending have endings "-а"

Russian nueter nouns with the endings "-е" ending have endings "-я"

-ЕНА, -ЁНА

Russian nueter nouns with the endings "-мя" ending have endings "-ена" or "-ёна"

Special cases

-А, -Я

Russian "dual" and other masculine nouns

Attention!

Russian masculine nouns with the endings "-ь" have the ending "-я"

-АНЕ, -ЯНЕ

Some Russian nouns denoting people

-Ы, -Е, -ЕВА

Some Russian nouns denoting people

-ЬЯ


Remember these nouns

Know how to distinguish these nouns