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by Nusya
Jun 29th, 18, 20:17
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: The manual for the study of the Russian
Replies: 0
Views: 519

The manual for the study of the Russian

I uploaded a PDF file to learn Russian on hosting. There are many practices in an accessible form.
https://www.pdfhost.net/index.php?Actio ... 3f5e459cc5.
by Nusya
Jun 29th, 18, 19:46
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Russian Grammar Question
Replies: 7
Views: 5529

Re: Russian Grammar Question

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it is not clear what your question is about.

ali.rafami
Could you put this phrase in a piece of text? That is, what are we talking about? The translation often depends on this.
by Nusya
Jun 29th, 18, 19:37
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Noun stem change
Replies: 1
Views: 614

Re: Noun stem change

You are right, a change for the beauty of the sound. In the Russian, many such changes, of simply need to remember (very simply, yeah :D )
by Nusya
Jun 29th, 18, 19:25
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Basic question about gender
Replies: 2
Views: 3419

Re: Basic question about gender

I copy you an article about the rules, please use the translator. Род существительных, которые обозначают профессию или должность Многие существительные в русском языке, обозначающие профессию или должность, используются только в форме мужского рода, даже если речь идет о женщине. Например, мы говор...
by Nusya
Jun 29th, 18, 19:19
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Determine adjective's stem type to form correct conjugation
Replies: 1
Views: 593

Re: Determine adjective's stem type to form correct conjugation

The Russian is rich in exceptions. I think, this is the case when the declination does not comply with the rules.
I recently thought about the "первое сентября". Сентябрь is a masculine gender, and the declension of the numerals for the neuter gender)).
by Nusya
Jun 29th, 18, 18:53
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: "Я уже говорил" vs. "я уже сказал"
Replies: 1
Views: 778

Re: "Я уже говорил" vs. "я уже сказал"

In everyday life, it can be phrases-synonyms.
Gramatically, "я уже говорил" rather refers to a simple past (я уже говорил однажды), but "я уже сказал" to the recent past (я только что сказал - I have said)
by Nusya
Jun 29th, 18, 18:43
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: лет и летней
Replies: 2
Views: 884

Re: лет и летней

What the difference for both, I don't quite understand why sometimes use "лет", and sometimes "летней". :? second option: "лет" - as Lavlets wrote "5 лет" and "летний" as part of the abbreviated numeral "5-летний", i.е. the one who is five...
by Nusya
Jun 29th, 18, 18:34
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: How to say тют?
Replies: 3
Views: 456

Re: How to say тют?

in Russian there is no word "тют".
there is the word "тут", the vowel sound "u"

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