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.

Предназначается для изучающих английский язык в объеме среднего учебного заведения.

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By Eugenia Nekrasova

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

Предназначается для изучающих английский язык в объеме среднего учебного заведения.

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F. He bought the skies. Îí ëþáèò ñîáàê. - from ñîáàêà Nom. Pl. M. He likes dogs. Îí êóïèë áèëåòû. - from áèëåò He bought the tickets. For the formation of the Genitive Plural see the previous pages. Nom. Pl. N. Îí âûó÷èë ñëîâà. - from ñëîâî He learned the words. THE DATIVE, INSTRUMENTAL AND PREPOSITIONAL PLURAL OF NOUNS There are two types of endings in these cases: Hard endings Dat. Instr. Prep. Part 4 -àì -àìè -àõ Soft endings Dat. -ÿì Instr. -ÿìè Prep. -ÿõ page 48 The Declension of Nouns, Adjectives and Adjectival Words in the Plural Eugenia Nekrasova A Basic Modern Russian Grammar The attribution of nouns to one of these groups is determined by the Nominative Plural endings: Hard ending group -û ending nouns: ìàøèíû, êîìïüþòåðû -à ending nouns: äîìà, ñëîâà, îç¸ðà -ãè, -êè, -õè ending nouns: êíèãè, äåâî÷êè, ñëóõè -æè, -øè, -÷è, -ùè ending nouns: ëûæè, âðà÷è -àíå, -ÿíå ending nouns: õðèñòèàíå, êðåñòüÿíå Soft ending group -è ending nouns: ãîñòè, äåòè, ìóçåè ñëîâàðè, òåòðàäè -ÿ, -èÿ, -üÿ ending nouns: ïîëÿ, çäàíèÿ, äðóçüÿ THE DECLENSION OF THE HARD ENDING NOUNS IN THE PLURAL Nom.

Do you see the square? -þ Instr. çà ïëîùàäüþ behind the square -åé/¸é Prep. íà ïëîùàäè -å - in the square Nom. -ÿ -ü Gen. -è -è D a t. -è -è Acc. -þ -ü Instr. -åé -üþ P r ep . -è -è page 32 The Declension of Nouns, Adjectives and Adjectival words in the Singular Eugenia Nekrasova A Basic Modern Russian Grammar There are 3 additional mixed types of Feminine noun case forms: Mixed types of endings Type êíèãà óëèöà Type Type êíèãà óëèöà Íàòàøà -ãà,-êà,-õà -öà nouns nouns -øà,-æà, -÷à,-ùà nouns Follows Type Ìîñêâà, but in the Genitive Case -è is used instead of -û: êíèãà Type Type Äîì êíèãè, -ãà -ãè Follows Type Ìîñêâà, but in the Instrumental Case -åé is used instead of -îé: çà óëèöåé óëèöà -öà -öåé Type Íàòàøà Follows Type Ìîñêâà, but has two irregularities: in the Genitive Case -è is spelt instead of -û: Íàòàøà ó Íàòàøè, -øà -øè in the Instrumental Case -åé is used instead of -îé: Íàòàøà ñ Íàòàøåé, -øà -øåé: Type «Natural Masculines» follows similar types of Feminine Nouns, for example: ïàïà Êîëÿ Part 3 like like h Notice!

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. Ýòîò ðàéîí ãðàíè÷èò ñ Ïîäìîñêîâüåì.

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