A Basic Modern Russian Grammar by Eugenia Nekrasova

By Eugenia Nekrasova

Словарь содержит около 20 тысяч слов и словосочетаний в англо-русской и русско-английской частях.

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Instr. Prep. Summing-up table of hard and soft Masculine case endings «Hard» Gen. Dat. Instr. à ó îì «Soft» ÿ þ åì Èâàíà/Íèêîëàÿ Èâàíó/Íèêîëàþ Èâàíîì/Íèêîëàåì THE ACCUSATIVE OF MASCULINE NOUNS IN THE SINGULAR The Accusative of Masculine nouns does not have any special ending. Here Russians use the concept of Animacy and Inanimacy. Animate nouns, which are nouns denoting human beings and representatives of the animal world, take the form of the Genitive case. g. Ýòî Èâàí. - Nom. ß âèäåë Èâàíà. - Acc.

N. N. âàø, âàøå F. F. Pl. âàøà âàøè G. G. âàøåãî âàøåé âàøèõ D. D. âàøåìó âàøåé âàøèì A. A. âàø, âàøåãî, âàøå âàøó âàøè, âàøèõ I. I. âàøèì âàøåé âàøèìè P. P. âàøåì âàøåé âàøèõ The declension of the Demonstrative pronouns ýòîò N. N. Part 4 M. N. F. F. Pl. ýòîò, ýòî ýòà ýòè G. G. ýòîãî ýòîé ýòèõ D. D. ýòîìó ýòîé ýòèì A. A. ýòîò, ýòîãî, ýòî ýòó ýòè, ýòèõ I. I. ýòèì ýòîé ýòèìè P. P. ýòîì ýòîé ýòèõ page 54 The Declension of Nouns, Adjectives and Adjectival Words in the Plural Eugenia Nekrasova A Basic Modern Russian Grammar òîò M.

I am going to the new director. Acc. ß óæå âèäåë íîâîãî äèðåêòîðà. I have already seen the new director. Instr. ß ãîâîðèë ñ íîâûì äèðåêòîðîì. I spoke with the new director. Prep. ß ðàññêàçàë î íîâîì äèðåêòîðå. I told about the new director. The following words belong to this declension type: all Masculine and Neuter long adjectives, long participles, ordinal numerals and adjectival pronouns ending in -ûé or -îé, all possessive adjectives like ìàìèí and their Neuter forms. Exception: h words with ã, ê, õ and æ, ø stems.

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