Russian grammar

Some Russian words (or word constructions) govern other words in a Russian sentence causing changes in their endings: Russian nouns, adjectives, pronouns and numerals decline and they also agree with each other in gender (masculine, feminine, neuter), number and case (nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, instrumental, prepositional). Russian adverbs can be of manner, time, frequency and place. Russian verbs have only 3 tenses: present, past and future but majority of Russian verbs have two verbs to express the same action: they have 2 verb aspects that you need to learn. Russian imperative is not difficult but Russian verbs of motion & position are.


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Pages in category ‘Russian grammar’

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