Adjectives in Prepositional 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 Prepositional case (6).
Adjectives in Prepositional case

Day of Memory and Sorrow (June 22)

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Imperative

Russian verb has the form of tense (present, past and future), person and plurality, aspect - Imperfective and Perfective.
Also, the Russian verb can be in different moods. Today we consider the Imperative.
Imperative

Classification of Russian verbs

There are two types of verbs in Russian - I conjugation and II conjugation. All Russian verbs are divided into two conjugations by type of endings (see here).
Most Russian verbs belong to the I conjugation.
Also in Russian there are two classes of verbs - productive and unproductive.
https://www.enrulangclub.ru/2017/08/conjugation-of-verbs.html

Usage of Accusative case (plural)

The Accusative case (4) is considered one of the most important cases in the Russian language (and for many one of the most difficult =)) ).
It is this case that is used to designate the object of action and the direction of action or movement.
In our blog, we already looked at the endings of nouns in the Accusative case. But it was only a single number.
Now let's look at the Accusative case of nouns in the plural.
Usage of Accusative case (plural)