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Sergeich is correct. All Russian nouns have genders, masculine, feminine, or neuter and their corresponding plural forms. Adjectives must agree in gender with the nouns being described. There are six Russian cases, (although some would say there are a few more, but in general, usually six cases are ...
- Aug 14th, 18, 05:46
- Forum: Your first post to say hello
- Topic: I need someone to understand a russian text!!!!!
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From what I can tell, it looks like a plan for a village district. The first line translates approximately as, Project Plan For The Territory of the Village of Oma 2nd line, Municipal Formation Omsk Village Council of the (Nenets, sp?, some kind of proper name) Autonomous District 3rd line, Variant ...
- Nov 17th, 17, 09:25
- Forum: Russian grammar
- Topic: пропасть: Is the first "п" in пропасть silent in the Russian pronunciation?
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Growing up in a Russian speaking family, I always heard the 'п' sounded. It sounds like a 'p' in English.