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by Sergeich
Dec 10th, 16, 06:11
Forum: Russian-English exchange
Topic: my english for your russian ! :-)
Replies: 4
Views: 1535

Re: my english for your russian ! :-)

Hey I would like to make an exchange as well, I want to learn Russian and I can teach English and French, looking forward to hear from you ;) Elise Hi, Elise! I'm interested in improving my English. I'm a native well-educated Russian speaker and I think we can try to help each other. You can skype ...
by Sergeich
Dec 10th, 16, 05:30
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Possessive pronouns and accusative case
Replies: 4
Views: 2807

Re: Possessive pronouns and accusative case

Cases are used not only for nouns but for all words in noun group (possessive pronoun + adjective + noun), e.g. Nominative: "Это моя любимая книга " (This is my favourite book) Genitive: "Последняя страница моей любимой книги " (The last page of my favourite book) Accusative: &qu...
by Sergeich
Dec 10th, 16, 04:34
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Russian Grammar Question
Replies: 8
Views: 5990

Re: Russian Grammar Question

When you use feminine case or Masculine case , does this mean that any gender can say it but the cases only goes to only words that are feminine and masculine? Another question of mine is when you are saying Russian sentences in person or writing, would you only stick to a certain case after you ma...
by Sergeich
Dec 10th, 16, 03:26
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Are еть verbs 1st or 2nd conjugation?
Replies: 2
Views: 3387

Re: Are еть verbs 1st or 2nd conjugation?

Almost all of verbs ending in -еть belong to the 1st conjugation, but there are 7 exceptions: обидеть, терпеть, зависеть, вертеть, видеть, смотреть, ненавидеть. Those ones belong to the 2nd.

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