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Fix Your Russian Grammar in 40 Minutes

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Want to fix your Russian grammar fast and efficiently? 🤍 Get your PDF lessons to improve your Russian for free! ↓ Check how below ↓ Step 1: 🤍 Step 2: Sign up for a Free Lifetime Account - No money, No credit card required Step 3: Learn with the best online resources and quickly become conversational. If you are an absolute beginner Russian learner, this video is made for you. we will give you some tips to fix and improve your Russian grammar! Our host expresses herself in simple English. This video will give you the best advice and strategies to help you progress in your Russian study. This is THE place to start if you want to start learning Russian. ■ Facebook: 🤍 ■ Instagram: 🤍 ■ Twitter: 🤍 Also, please LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos! We really appreciate it. Thanks! #LearnRussian #RussianGrammar #Russian

Russian language lesson 5 – Russian verbs conjugation

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💙 From Zero to Fluency Workbook – 🤍 Are you ready to get another portion of Russian grammar? Here is lesson 5! Russian verbs conjugation ;) 🥇Support my channel on Patreon 🥇 – 🤍 💗 I'll be happy to make friends here: 🤍 🤍 #russianlanguage #realrussianclub #russianlessons #fromzerotofluency #russiancourse #slowrussian #russiangrammar 🏆If you want to support my channel🏆: YouTube Sponsorship – 🤍 Patreon – 🤍 PayPal – 🤍 Buy me a coffee – 🤍 #russianlanguage #realrussianclub #russianlessons #fromzerotofluency #russiancourse #slowrussian #russiangrammar #idiomaruso #linguarussa #russischesprache #rusdili #languerusse

Learn Russian - Introduction to Russian Grammar

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Finally Get Fluent in Russian with PERSONALIZED Lessons. Get Your Free Lifetime Account: 🤍 In this lesson, you'll learn a little about Russian grammar. ■ Facebook: 🤍 ■ Google Plus: 🤍 ■ Twitter: 🤍 ■ Pinterest: 🤍 ■ Tumblr: 🤍 Click here to find out more about this lesson: 🤍 Also, please LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos! We really appreciate it. Thanks!

Do Not Study Russian Grammar!

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You might not believe me but I am testament to the fact that if you want to learn Russian, throw away the grammar books and you'll make massive progress very quickly. Grammar holds you back in the beginning of your language journey so hold off until you are much further down the road towards Russian fluency.

Beginning Russian I: Grammatical Gender of Nouns

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This video is for students who study Russian as a foreign language at the university. It explains how to determine the grammatical gender of nouns. Provides a lot of examples and practice. Recommended for the beginning level. If you like my channel and appreciate my work, please help me make more and better videos for you to learn Russian. Support my channel and website here: 🤍 Buy my downloads here: 🤍 If you would like to have Skype lessons with me, follow the link: 🤍

Is Grammar Really That Important? | Russian Language

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3 Reasons why you should NOT learn Russian grammar (in the beginning stages)

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Russian Cases Explained | Russian Language

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All 6 Russian cases together in 20 minutes!

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That will give you an overall but complete idea of Russian cases. The chart you will see in the video will be available to download in the "Community". #russian #russianlessons #russianpodcast #russiancases #learnrussian #russiangrammar #russianwith #russianwithalfia #alfia #russianverbsofmotion For the sponsorship click here: Станьте спонсором канала, и вы получите доступ к эксклюзивным бонусам. Подробнее: 🤍 For private Skype tuition: If you want to speak great Russian, book some private lessons with me through FB 🤍 How to work with my video lessons? At first watch it and repeat all Russian sentences out loud and record yourself to check your pronunciation. After watching put down all sentences you can remember. Watch the video again in 5-6 hours and correct the mistakes in your sentences if you have any. Do the homework that I usually give at the end of each lesson. Watch the video again in 2 days and make your own examples with the patterns used. If something is not 100% clear, don't hesitate to ask anything in the comments. Thank you for watching. You can donate to help my channel directly through PayPal: 🤍 Please donate if you really can afford it, I absolutely love what I'm doing and anyway my youtube lessons will ALWAYS be free. Thank you so much for your donations :) Follow me on Twitter 🤍

Который: Expressing '..who../..that..'

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Который is an essential building block for your Russian! Learn how to express 'who' and 'that' in phrases like 'the book that you read' and 'the student who arrived.' In this video we cover a few important issues about endings and proper word order. Note that there's a typo at 4:01 - stress in понра́вился should be on the second syllable (audio is correct).

Russian grammar in a nutshell😄

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Do you like grammar? What is your favorite thing about learning a language? #russian_online #russian_teacher #russian_verbs #russian_grammar #russian_help #advancedrussian #russianspeak #russian_speaking #russian #RussianLanguage #Russianteacher #RussianGrammar #russianVocabulary #RussianCourse #russianOnline

5 Questions about Russian Grammar that TORMENT me ---5 вопросов на которые у меня нет ответов

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Меня 19 лет мучают некоторые вопросы о русском языке и никто не может давать мне хороший ответ. 🤍Микитко сын Алексеев СПАСИТЕ НАС! These questions have been torturing me for 19 years (since I started learning Russian) and I can't seem to find a good answer for them. What questions about Russian drive you crazy?

My advice for Russian Learners Part 1 - How I Learned Russian Grammar

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Originally I was also going to cover the resources I used but the video would have been too long. I'll do that in the second part. In this part I cover how I learned Russian grammar. Mainly the cases and aspective verbs and verb prefixes. Timestamps: 0:00 Intro and my language learning method 1:54 How I learned Cases 3:18 Example with an article 6:59 You need to understand grammar to understand a sentence 8:05 How I learned Russian Adjectives 10:03 How I learned Aspective verbs and verb prefixes 14:37 Common mistake I can still make Websites used in this video: 1st: 🤍 2nd: 🤍

Intermediate Russian: Participles 1: Present Active Participles

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This grammar tutorial is for students who learn Russian at the university. It explains one of the four types of participles: the present active participle (действительное причастие настоящего времени), which is an alternative to an adjective clause with КОТОРЫЙ. The tutorial explains formation, usage, and provides some examples of commonly used phrases. Recommended for the intermediate learners of Russian. Related videos: • КОТОРЫЙ: 🤍 • Participles 1: Present Active Participles: 🤍 • Participles 2: Past Active Participles: 🤍 • Participles 3: Present Passive Participles: 🤍 If you like my channel and appreciate my work, please help me make more and better videos for you to learn Russian. Support my channel and website here: 🤍 Buy my downloads here: 🤍

How to learn Russian cases (and grammar)

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In this video, you will learn how to teach yourself to Russian cases and Russian grammar. I will tell in simple words the learning mechanism and provide tips on learning Russian cases and grammar more effectively.

How NOT to Learn Russian Grammar (with subs)

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💕 (PDF + Audio): 🤍 ▶ FREE material: 🤍 ▶ Support: 🤍 I know that Russian grammar is quite difficult. In this video, I want to share with you 5 tips on how to learn Russian without learning the rules of Russian grammar. I believe that you can speak Russian well and not learn Russian grammar. This video is for the Intermediate Level. Russian and English subtitles are available ⏰ TIMESTAMPS 0:00 Intro 0:53 Intro in Russian 1:17 Tip #1 3:48 Tip #2 5:59 Tip #3 8:04 Tip #4 9:18 Tip #5 11:21 Five Tips Again ⌛ Remember: You can activate Russian or English subtitles to understand all Russian phrases in the video. You can change the video speed (slower or faster) if necessary. Email: nprlang🤍gmail.com #howtolearnrussian #russianlanguage #russiangrammar

Imperfective Verbal Adverbs in Russian

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You may already know about expressing two simultaneous actions with two imperfective verbs (я думаю о физике и пью крепкий кофе). But there's another way that's used in written or formal Russian, and also in some very common expressions – equivalents of "to make a long story short," "to be honest/honestly," "to put it mildly," and others. In this video we focus on imperfective verbal adverbs in Russian: how to form them; a few exceptional forms; and which verbs don't form imperfective verbal adverbs. We'll also touch on a possible point of confusion for English speakers involving the varying uses of (and Russian equivalents for) the "-ing" suffix in English. These forms are sometimes called "gerunds," but take care not to confuse them English gerunds, which can be quite a different animal. For more on imperfective verbs for simultaneous actions, see this video: 🤍 If you find these videos helpful as you explore this rich, complex language, please consider supporting the channel by buying me a coffee. Спасибо! ☕️🤍

When I got my Skills (Russian Grammar Lesson) with subs

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💕 (PDF + Audio): 🤍 ▶ FREE material: 🤍 ▶ Support: 🤍 In this video I will tell you some facts from my life. We will practice the dative case in Russian grammar. Where did I get my skills? How old was I at the time? Let's practice Russian grammar. Когда мне было... : When I was...; Когда мне будет... : When I'll be...; мне; тебе; ему; ей; нам; вам; им... Russian and English subtitles are available. ⏰ TIMESTAMPS 0:00 Intro 0:41 children's time 3:11 school time 3:52 started working 5:22 went abroad for the first time 7:23 plan to do this in the future 8:45 Dative Case - rule ⌛ Remember: You can activate Russian or English subtitles to understand all Russian phrases in the video. You can change the video speed (slower or faster) if necessary. Email: nprlang🤍gmail.com #russianlesson #russiangrammar #learnrussian

Negation in Russian

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Using negation in Russian is easy – the equivalents for words like "nothing, never, nowhere" and others are very consistent. In this video we'll cover an aspect of negation that might remind you of Spanish, or Czech, or Chaucer; and we'll touch on how to handle prepositions, for when you're "not thinking about anything," "not talking with anyone," or "nobody has anything" (hm – what preposition would you need for that last one?). These negative expressions also remind us of how important it is to get comfortable with case forms of кто and что. If you find these videos helpful as you explore this rich, complex language, please consider supporting the channel by buying me a coffee. Спасибо! ☕️🤍

Prepositions and Time Expressions in Russian

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Talking about time is an important part of daily life. In this video you'll learn how to express four common situations in Russian: how long it takes to get something done; how long something goes on; when something happens after a period of time; and mentioning a period of time that follows an action. It's not too complicated, but we'll cover a few subtle points where speakers of English might get confused. Here's a hint: what does "in" really mean when we say "I finished the book in an hour"? or "I'll be there in five minutes"? What about "for" when we say "I was there for a week" and "I'm going to Russia for the summer"?

Russian cases made easy - A simple explanation of Russian noun cases - Russian Grammar

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Cases made easy - A simple explanation of Russian noun cases to subscribe for more FREE RUSSIAN VIDEO LESSONS 🤍 DOWNLOADS: 1. Russian Alphabet = Reading Rules Printouts, Exercises, and Audio: 🤍 2. Prepositions "B"/"HA" = Printouts with Grammar, Listening, and Speaking Exercises + Answer Key: 🤍 If you want to learn English, go here: 🤍 Check out these videos for more interesting information: 7 things you should NEVER do in Russia – 🤍 7 words you have to know before you come to Russia – 🤍 10 Russian words that people often shorten in speech – 🤍 Cases made easy - A simple explanation of Russian noun cases – 🤍 7 cities in Russia that you should know – 🤍 BEWARE while teaching in Russia - 🤍 You can also find us and follow us on Facebook: 🤍

Russian conjugation: Present, Past and Future tense

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Hello friends, I would like to teach you how to conjugate verbs in the Russian language so that you will be able to use the different Russian tenses. ► A really good book 📒 to learn the entire Russian grammar: 🤍 * ► Cool book for a beginner with an interactive online workbook: 🤍 * ► Learn 2000 most common words of basic Russian vocabulary: 🤍 * ► Cool Russian flash cards: 🤍 * Russian is rather easy when it comes to conjugation. The Russian language has only three different tenses. This is much less than in many other languages. The only complicated aspect of the Russian conjugation is the fact that each verb has a pair of so-called "aspects" in Russian. Watch the video to the end to learn more about it. Here are some more of my videos about the Russian language: ► Learn the Russian alphabet: 🤍 ► Learn how to write the cursive letters: 🤍 ► Learn how to count in Russian: 🤍 ► Russian greeting and farewells: 🤍 ► Russian colors: 🤍 ► How to write cursive words in Russian: 🤍 Music: Sappy by Jahzzar is licensed under an Attribution-ShareAlike License. DISCLAIMER: The description contains affiliate links(*), which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!

Expressing Dates in Russian

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Expressing dates in Russian can be tricky, so in this video we'll cover all you need to know to say what the date is, and on which date something happened. We'll also have an overview of choosing the right case(s) to express that something happened when you mention just the year; the month and the year; the date and month; and finally, the date, month, and year together. (Note: the translation at 1:24 should of course be "July," as in the audio and the Russian в июле!) This is an intermediate tutorial. To get the most out of it, it's best to be comfortable with ordinal numbers, as well as genitive and prepositional case endings. If you'd like to review those, please see videos on adjectives in these playlists on the prepositional case: 🤍 ...and the genitive case: 🤍 You can review ordinals in Russian here: 🤍 To learn more about when to use a наращение – part of a case ending spelled out with letters – with ordinal numbers, see 🤍

Hard and Soft Consonants in Russian

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A brief introduction to hard and soft consonants in Russian: how to pronounce them, and how they're spelled. NOTE: a NEW UPDATED VERSION with examples recorded by a native speaker and improved sound & graphics is now up at  🤍 – see you there! :) Russian songs and poems are great ways to tune your ear and practice pronunciation. Download my free ebook, "Songs and Poems for Russian Pronunciation," with lyrics and pronunciation tips for three of my favorites, at 🤍 If you find these videos helpful as you explore this rich, complex language, please consider supporting the channel by buying me a coffee. Спасибо! ☕️🤍 NOTE: there's an error in the script at 8:25: the audio should be "at the end of a word or before a consonant" (the subtitles are correct).

Russian lessons – Lesson 1 – Tips, goals and Russian alphabet | Russian language

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From zero to fluency! Russian Language Course for beginners from a certified Russian teacher! Welcome and let's learn some Russian together:) Useful links: 💙 From Zero to Fluency Workbook – 🤍 💙 FULL lesson is here – 🤍 💙 How to think in Russian – 🤍 💙 My lessons about Russian sounds – 🤍 💙 Why O sounds like A in Russian – 🤍 💙 Russian Vocabulary in Use – 🤍 💗 I'll be happy to make friends here: 🤍 🤍 💗 Listen to my podcast: 🤍 💗 Subscribe to my channel: 🤍 🏆If you want to support my channel🏆: YouTube Sponsorship – 🤍 Patreon – 🤍 PayPal – 🤍 Buy me a coffee – 🤍 #russianlanguage #realrussianclub #russianlessons #fromzerotofluency #russiancourse #slowrussian #russiangrammar #idiomaruso #linguarussa #russischesprache #rusdili #languerusse

#45 Russian grammar: Conjugation of verbs - 1st, 2nd - спряжение русских глаголов

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Russian verbs change their forms a lot and to understand how it works you first need to study two types of Russian verbs - that is two types of conjugation! It will get clearer, I promise! English too! English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday! My channel - 🤍 My group - 🤍 My facebook group - 🤍

Easy Russian grammar rules you need to know!

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Russian grammar might seem difficult, but it’s always easier with someone to guide you! Book a 1-on-1 lesson with Ilona today: 🤍

Russian Verbs: First (е/ё) Conjugation

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A clear, detailed introduction to conjugating Russian verbs of the first (е/ё) conjugation, with tips on best practices for study. We'll cover the basic verb endings, how they change with stress and different stem types, and an essential tip for learning Russian verbs as efficiently as possible! Russian songs and poems are great ways to tune your ear and practice pronunciation. Download my free ebook, "Songs and Poems for Russian Pronunciation," with lyrics and pronunciation tips for three of my favorites, at 🤍 If you find these videos helpful as you explore this rich, complex language, please consider supporting the channel by buying me a coffee. Спасибо! ☕️🤍

Russian Grammar: Degrees of Comparison

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Learn ONLY TWO WORDS to make Comparative and Superlative adjectives and adverbs in Russian: БОЛЕЕ и САМЫЙ. By the end of the lesson you will be able to avoid commor errors and will easily tell about your best things in life! Private Skype tuition: If you want to speak great Russian, book some private lessons with me through FB 🤍 You can donate to help my channel directly through PayPal: 🤍 Please donate if you really can afford it, I absolutely love what I'm doing and anyway my youtube lessons will ALWAYS be free. Thank you so much for your donations :) Follow me on Twitter 🤍

Is it really necessary to learn Russian grammar?

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My website: 🤍 My Patreon: 🤍 The course: ASPECTS OF RUSSIAN VERBS MADE EASY: 🤍 Individual lessons: 🤍 Group lessons: 🤍 Is it really necessary to learn Russian grammar? Is it possible to speak fluently without any grammar rules? Watch this video and find out! You'll be able to practice your listening comprehension as well, because the video is completely in Russian! Turn on subtitles in English or Russian and enjoy it! Time codes: 00:30 - Students who don't want to learn grammar 01:55 - Is it possible for beginners to not learn grammar? 02:59 - How should you learn grammar? 03:10 - The problem of learning only prepared phrases but not grammar 04:04 - What if we learn only words? 06:16 - Is it possible for a native to understand phrases composed without correct grammar? 09:15 - The person who learnt Russian without learning grammar 10:20 - 3 the most important topics in Russian grammar 10:53 - What is the most important thing you should do when you learn a language? 11:43 - Talent of people who learn a new language 12:54 - My problem of learning and speaking other languages 14:30 - My experience: working with polyglots 15:30 - What happens when you learn a language by watching movies, listening to songs and talking to your partner? 17:00 - Is it easy to correct mistakes of a person who speak Russian without learning Russian? 18:39 - How kids learn a language without grammar: pros and cons 22:45 - How should your Russian lesson look for you to enjoy it? 24:00 - Always listen to yourself 25:45 - My individual and group Russian lessons #russianlanguage #learnrussian

Russian grammar lessons: GENITIVE CASE - part 1

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If you want to join the "Russian Cases Boot Camp" course - send an email to russianfromtheheart🤍gmail.com! The first week is free. 🤍 We are going to master the most challenging part of the Russian grammar - cases in Russian. This is the first part of the video about Genitive case in Russian. We are discussing how to change nouns in genitive case for negation and possession. 🤍 - support me on PATREON!

#57 Russian cases - Genitive case - Russian grammar

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A typing error at 5:50 - достигать (reach) 7:01 - if a masculine noun ends in -й, remove -й and add -я (not -а). Genitive case is quite popular in Russian and there are several rules which will help you inderstand when you should use it and how. Today we will memorize genitive forms for singular nouns! Stay tuned for more Russian and English videos! My channel - 🤍 My group - 🤍 My facebook group - 🤍

#49 Russian cases - Nominative case, Russian grammar

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It's high time we studied Russian cases in more details! And we are going to start with the Nominative case! We'll take a look at how it is formed and when it is used ;) Stay tuned for more Russian and English videos! My channel - 🤍 My group - 🤍 My facebook group - 🤍

Genitive case (singular). Russian grammar

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Find out how to create Genitive case in Russian and when you should use it in your speech. Russian Skype lessons: 🤍

#70 Russian grammar - Dative case: give, help, need, I am 18, I am cold...

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In this video lesson I will talk about the Dative case of the Russian language. First we'll surf through the situations in which we are supposed to use this case and then see how words change their forms when they are put in Dative! My channel - 🤍 My group - 🤍 My facebook group - 🤍

Beginning Russian: Introduction to Verb Conjugation

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This video is for students who study Russian as a foreign language at the university. It introduces you to the grammar concept of the verb conjugation and the present tense. Recommended for the beginning level. If you would like to test yourself on this grammar point? here is a short quiz: 🤍 If you like my channel and appreciate my work, please help me make more and better videos for you to learn Russian. Support my channel and website here: 🤍 Buy my tutorial e-book "Russian Verbal Aspect in Contrast", explaining a complex grammar concept with pictures, graphics, tables, key-words, and examples with no long texts. You can have it the way you prefer: in an e-book 🖥💻📲 or a print-out booklet. 🤍

Vowel Reduction in Russian: /a/ after ч, щ

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We've learned that two consonants – ч and щ – are always soft (palatalized); but writing я after them would violate a spelling rule. In this video we'll take a close look at how to pronounce these combinations, with special attention to what happens with vowel reduction. It's the kind of nuance that helps your pronunciation sound natural in words like пло́щадь, начала́, and whenever you talk about telling the time with часа́ and часо́в. If you find these videos helpful as you explore this rich, complex language, please consider supporting the channel by buying me a coffee. Спасибо! ☕️🤍

Russian Verbs of Motion I: An Introduction

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Learn Russian verbs of motion by getting comfortable with a fundamental idea: moving in one direction is very different from moving in more than one direction... as different as hedgehogs are from space stations. When you know the difference between ходить and идти, you can apply the same idea to all the other Russian motion verbs. Ready to explore the topic in depth? Try three FREE LESSONS of my two-part course on Russian verbs of motion! The course includes videos with enhanced interactivity, exercises with immediate feedback, downloadable audio practice exercises, and more. Get started at 🤍 Russian songs and poems are great ways to tune your ear and practice pronunciation. Download my free ebook, "Songs and Poems for Russian Pronunciation," with lyrics and pronunciation tips for three of my favorites, at 🤍 If you find these videos helpful as you explore this rich, complex language, please consider supporting the channel by buying me a coffee. Спасибо! ☕️🤍

Russian for beginners/ Russian grammar/ Предлоги В/ НА/ К

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🌟 FREE marathon: 🤍 📙 BOOK PRIVATE LESSONS: 🤍 📗 BUY BOOKS, CHARTS OR SOUVENIRS: 🤍 Добрый день, дорогие друзья! Сегодня в выпуске мы поговорим о грамматике русского языка и конкретно о предлогах В/ НА/ К и в каких случаях используются эти предлоги. 00:51 Распространённые ошибки 1:16 Идти + В + Accus 2:49 Идти + НА + Accus 4:32 Исключения 5:36 Идти + К + Dat 👍🏻Like and subscribe to our channel if you don't want to miss out on new episodes👇🏻 🤍 🤍 - Russian grammar rules/ В vs НА/ Accusative/ Locative 🤍 - Russian for beginners/ Russian verbs/ Я слышу and Я слушаю 🤍 - Russian for beginners/ 3 little phrases to sound like a native Russian 🤍 - Difference between everyone and everything/ Все и Всё/ Learn Russian Every Tuesday and Friday we post videos on Russian vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar. ✔️ The most challenging topics for levels 0-B2 ✔️ Visual grammar instead of wordy explanation ✔️ Free webinars ✔️ Regular reviews of textbooks and materials for self-learners 🌟 Please, feel free to let us know in the comments what topic or question you find complicated, and we’ll try to make a video on that! Subscribe to me ✔ Site: 🤍 ✔ Telegram: 🤍 ✔ Instagram: 🤍 #russianPrepositions #russianForBeginners #russianGrammar

Adjectives. Russian grammar

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singular: masc. - -ый, - ий, ой (добрый мальчик) fem. - -ая, - яя (добрая девочка) neut. - -ое, -ее (доброе утро) plural - -ые, - ие (добрые люди)

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