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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Gen. Dat. Acc. Instr. Prep. ) h Notice! ) page 52 The Declension of Nouns, Adjectives and Adjectival Words in the Plural Eugenia Nekrasova A Basic Modern Russian Grammar THE DECLENSION TABLES OF THE ADJECTIVAL PRONOUNS, BOTH SINGULAR AND PLURAL The declension of the Possessive pronouns ìîé M. N. ìîé, N. N. ìî¸ F. F. Pl. ìîÿ ìîè G. G. ìîåãî ìîåé ìîèõ D. D. ìîåìó ìîåé ìîèì ìîþ ìîè, ìîèõ A. A. ìîé, ìîåãî, ìî¸ I. I. ìîèì ìîåé ìîèìè P. P. ìî¸ì ìîåé ìîèõ òâîé N. N. M. N. F. F. Pl. ò â îé , ò â î¸ ò â îÿ ò â îè G.

There is a traffic jam on the bridge. Part 3 page 28 Êðûì óãîë áåðåã Ðàíüøå ÿ æèë â Êðûì˜. I lived before in the Crimea. Êîðîáêà ñòîèò â óãë˜. The box is in the corner. Äîì ñòîÿë íà áåðåã˜. The house stood on the bank. àä ðàé â àä˜ - in hell â ðàþ - in paradise Some Masculine nouns ending in ö, ÷, ù, ø and æ take -eì ending instead of -oì when the ending is unstressed: ìóæ ñ ì˜æåì èíîñòðàíåö ñ èíîñòð‚íöåì Some Masculine nouns ending in ü (soft sign) take -¸ì ending in the Instrumental Case: äåíü ñëîâàðü Ñ äí¸ì ðîæäåíèÿ!

This road goes to the sea. Acc. = Nom. Instr. Prep. ß ëþáëþ ìîðå. - I like sea. Îí æèâ¸ò ðÿäîì ñ ìîðåì. He lives close to the sea. Íàøà äà÷à íà ìîðå. Our summer cottage is on the sea. Nom. = Acc. = Prep. Nom. Gen. Dat. Ýòî Ïîäìîñêîâüå. - This is the Moscow region Âîò êàðòà Ïîäìîñêîâüÿ. Here is the map of the Moscow region. Îí ìíîãî åçäèò ïî Ïîäìîñêîâüþ. He travels a lot about the Moscow region. Acc. = Nom. Instr. Prep. Îí õîðîøî çíàåò Ïîäìîñêîâüå. He knows the Moscow region very well.

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