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Grammar

Handouts, exercises, grammar material and other useful notes for studying Russian. 

RUSSIAN CASES

Nominative case (1)
Genitive case (2)
Dative case (3)
Accusative case (4)
Instrumental case (5)
Prepositional case (6)
Category of time: What time? or When?
Category of time: Exact time (+ approximate time)

RUSSIAN VERBS

ASPECTS OF VERB

Verbs of statics vs Verbs of dynamics (лежать vs класть)
Verbs with the postfix -СЯ

VERBS OF MOTION

PARTICIPLES

PREPOSITIONS

CONJUNCTION

NUMERALS

PRONOUNS

ADVERBS

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