pronouns него, нему etc.

Why do we use this case here? And this verb? What rule should I use here?
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pronouns него, нему etc.

Postby lilith35 » Apr 14th, 15, 17:53

Hello everyone!

I have noticed that sometimes the pronouns get the letter "н" at the beginning. In it happens to pronouns in different cases. For example:
Я даю ему книгу. Я скучаю по нему. Both pronouns are in the Dative case
Я люблю его. Я смотрю на него. Both pronouns are in the Accusative case

Could be because of the prepositions? Does anyone know the rule?

Спасибо большое!

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Re: pronouns него, нему etc.

Postby catfreak88 » Nov 23rd, 15, 04:55

Hello! I 'll try to answer in your question. According to textbooks and reference books and
from a few dialogues I 've heard, in front of 3rd person personal pronouns is developed the
letter ''H'' , but only after prepositions & not other parts of speech(adverbs etc.).


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