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Words ending in -Ь Masculine or Feminine gender

The most important and first topic in Russian grammar is the Gender of nouns in Russian. This topic is not complicated, but I think the whole grammatical system rests on it.

'НЕ' or 'НИ'... How is correct?

НИкто́ or НЕ́кто, НИкогда́ or НЕ́когда, НИкуда́ or  НЕ́куда ... How is correct? Do not believe it, but both options are correct and are often used in Russian. Then what's the difference between НЕ and НИ? Read on about it :)

Adjectives in Accusative case

The cases of the Russian language are very often frightening, since there are many of them (6 cases) and not only nouns need to be changed, but also adjectives, pronouns, and numerals. In this article, let's take a look at the adjectives in the Accusative case (4).

Future tense in Russian

Grammar. Theme: Russian verb in future tense. За́втра (=tomorrow), послеза́втра (=the day after tomorrow), зате́м (=then), по́сле  чего? (=after what? ) ... All these words help to form the future tense in the sentences. But how to form the future tense of Russian verbs?            (Present tense)                            (Future tense)             Я в па́рке.                                   Я  бу́ду  в па́рке.             Ты на уро́ке.                              Ты  бу́дешь  на уро́ке.             Он в шко́ле.                               Он  бу́дет  в шко́ле.             Она́ в университе́те                  Она́  бу́дет  в университе́те.             Мы до́ма.                                   Мы  бу́дем  до́ма.             Вы в теа́тре.                              Вы  бу́дете  в теа́тре.             Они́ на рабо́те.                          Они́  бу́дут  на рабо́те. As you can see, in the present tense we do not use the verb "есть", but in t