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Usage of Accusative case (singular)

The case system in Russian is a difficult grammatical theme. But if you understand the system and able to use it correctly, the Russian language will seem to become easy and very attractive. ;) There are six cases in the Russian language:  Nominative (1), Genitive (2), Dative (3), Accusative (4), Instrumental (5), Prepositional (6). And in this post we will acquaint you with one of them - the Accusative case (4). 


- Как тебя́ зову́т? / Как вас зову́т? - W hat's your name? - Меня́ зову́т... - My name is...

Verbs of Motion (part 2)

To indicate movement in the Russian language there is a special group of words - verbs of movement. Verbs of movement are divided in the direction of movement: - in one direction or in the direction of "round trip", - by the method of movement (on foot or on a certain transport), - movement with or without an object.

World languages and Countries

There are more than 7 million languages ​​in the world. Let's see how the most common (= popular) languages ​​of the world are called in Russian.

Verbs of Motion (part 1)

Russian people are very active and travel a lot. Only today not about this, but about grammar. ;) To indicate the movement in the Russian language there are several variants - "идти" (to go), "бежать" (to run), "ехать" (to move by transport), "лететь" (to fly), "плыть" (to swim). And all these words mean movement in only one direction. To move in different directions or back and forth, other words are used.


профе́ссия     profession рабо́та     work, job работода́тель     employer рабо́тник, рабо́тница     worker