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Russian is an important language to learn, it’s one of the Slavic languages, spoken by about 170 million people as a first language and another 100 million as a second language. Russian is considered one of the chief languages of the world, used officially by the United Nations, it is important in scientific writings and literary works. Russian is spoken in 30 countries other than Russia, where there is a number of Russian immigrants or community including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, and Moldova. You will learn Russian for free, like how to read, how to count, how to form Russian verbs, how to form nouns, adjectives …and more. In these lessons you will notice that I write most of the time in Russian alphabet and not the transliteration, because I don’t want you to count on the transliteration a lot, I want you to struggle the first time with reading Russian and then be able to read in Russian alphabet easily, without looking at any transliteration. Because if you happen to be in Russia you will find no transliteration. If you have any question please e-mail me at: admin@speak7.com. Regards

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a as in "apple" b as in "boy" v as in "very" g as in "God" d as in "day" y as in "yo!" y as in "yell" Zh or as s in “pleasure” z as in "zero" e as in "Easter" y as in "yoga" k as in "kiss" l as in "look" m as in "mild" n as in "nice" o as in "October" p as in "play"

Russian Alphabet ?? r as in "Russian" ?? s as in "small" ?? t as in "Turkish" ?? u as in "ultra" or “ou” ?? f as in "French" ?? kh as in the Scottish "loch" ?? ts as in "tsunami" ?? ch as in "child" ?? sh as in "shy" ?? shsh as in "rush show" ? not pronounced (called hard sign) ?? i as in "sir" ? not pronounced (called soft sign) ?? e as in "explain" ?? u as in "university" not as in "up" ?? ya as in "yahoo"

Don’t confuse these Russian letters: ?? ?? ?? yo io iu (yo) the yo is very thick. (io) as in yoga (the io is normal) (iu) the iu is sharper

? ?: rarely used and indicates a slight pause between syllables. ? ?: makes the previous letter soft, or as if there is a after the consonant. Russian Alphabet Rules: Russian has 33 letters, 11 Vowels, 20 consonants and 2 unpronounced signs, the good news is that Russian words sound the same way they’re written most of the time, so you will not make that many mistakes spelling or pronouncing them. Note that the capital letters in Russian look the same as the lower case characters, with the exception of cursive capital letter and lower case, check out the table below, you will notice that all Russian letters look the same in Capital and lower case letters, with the exception of the ones in the blue font, where the capital letters are different than the lower case letters.

. ?. don’t write O if it’s unaccented. ?. & ?.com Russian Alphabet. ?.com admin@speak7. ?. ?. write ? instead of ? (called the 7 letters rule). ?. but ? or ? instead. also after ?. write E (called the 5 letters rule). ?. ?. Speak7 2006 © speak7. ?. ?.?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? Russian Letters (Capital letters and lower case letters) ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? Some other Russian alphabet rules that you need to follow is that after: ?. we shouldn’t write ? or ?. Russian Spelling. ?. ?. and finally after ?. Letters.

???????? ???? (adeennadtsat) (20+1) 12 . Learn Russian fast with Transparent Language software Russian Grammar Learn Russian (??????? ????) Russian Cardinal Numbers Russian Cardinal Numbers 11 .?????? (chyetirye) 5 .???????? 15 . -??. (one small exception is number 14 where you need Phrases to drop the ending “?” in “4 ??????”).??????????? 50 .??? (tri) 4 . and they have some additional endings like (-??.???? (adeen) 2 .??????? Vocabulary & Writings As you see on the table above Russian Cardinal numbers are very easy to form.000 . example: (?????? ?????????? ???? 267). as well as case with the noun they describe.???????? ??? 13 .??????????? 20 . Expressions Now you can form some Russian numbers easily.????? (shest) 7 .?????????? (trinadtsat) (20+2) 14 .??? (dva) 3 .?????????? 40 .?????? (dyesiat) 200 .000 .???????????? 30 . -??. Russian Ordinal Numbers. note that Russian they’re not connected.?????? 400 . for example the numbers 11-19 Russian 101 are simply formed by adding “???????” to the numbers 1-9.com I Like this Page Tell a Friend about this Page Save as Homepage In this lesson you will learn: Russian Numbers. a billion is ???????? (milliard) Letter Russian Test (.PDF) How to Learn a Language More will be available soon Russian Ordinal Numbers Ordinal numbers decline just like adjectives.???????????? 70 .????????? 100 .????? 16 .????????? 900 .???? (pyat) 6 .?????????? 60 .??? Alphabet Numbers Verbs Cases Nouns Adjectives Interrogative/ Negation 1 .?????? 300 .?????????? (dvanadtsat) 22 .???????????? 80 . and therefore must agree in gender and number.?????? (dyeviat) 10 . -??). Russian ordinal numbers are formed from cardinal numbers.?????????? 18 .?????? 1. Vocabulary The Russian numbers 21-99 are formed by placing numbers from (1-9) after (20-30-40-50…90). Cardinal Numbers.????????? 19 .????????? 17 .000.??????????? 21 .???????? 700 . see the table below: Russian Ordinal Numbers st th st .????????? 500 .?????? (vosyem) 9 . Write a Russian Zero is ???? (nol).Home Alphabet Verbs Cases Nouns Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Expressions More… Russian Numbers Speak7 2006 © speak7.???? (syem) 8 .???????? (dvadtsat) 90 .????????? 1. -??.??????? 800 .??????? 600 .

?????? 7th .?????? 3rd .??????? 11 .????????? 21th .????????? 40th .1 .????????? 5th .??????? 10th.??????????? 60th .????????????? 19th .??????????? 18th .???????????? 12th .????????????? 20th . Numerals.??????????? 16th .???????? ?????? (20+ 1 ) 30th .???????????? 17th .???????????? 70th .com Russian Numbers. Cardinal Numbers. .?????????? 100th .????? 1000th .??????????? 80th .?????? 4th .?????? 2nd .????????????? 90th .??????? 9th .????????? 50th .???????? Speak7 2006 © speak7. Russian Ordinal Numbers.??????????? 13th .??????? 8th .??????????? 14th .????? 6th .????????????? 15th .com admin@speak7.

(. Writings Russian 101 For the Russian past tense. Perfective is a successfully completed action. Russian Aspects What does an aspect mean? An aspect is the imperfective or perfective form in the Russian verbs: Imperfective is an incomplete. two voices: (active & passive). four participle forms: {present (active.PDF) How to Learn a Language More will be available soon Russian Present Tense As mentioned earlier. two conjugations in the present tense. or repeated action. having a prefix would mean that the verb is perfective. Russian verbs are generally broken down into two groups the first and second. imperative & conditional). Perfective. Russian Motion Verbs. just use the imperfective. Russian Past Tense. and will not be repeated then use the perfective aspect. Aspects. three moods: (indicative. Present Tense. if the action is completed successfully or was not or will not be repeated then use the perfective Phrases aspect. past). Alphabet Numbers Verbs Cases Nouns Adjectives Interrogative/ Negation Usually the Russian perfective and imperfective are used in the past and future. if the action will be completed successfully. if you wonder how you would know which . past & future). you can still use the imperfective) How to tell if a verb is imperfective or perfective? These are some clues that give us a hint if the verb is imperfective or perfective: Russian Imperfective & Perfective Whether a prefix is used such as “???” before a verb or not. you can still use the imperfective) Russian Expressions Write a Russian Letter Russian Test For the Russian future tense. three tenses: (present. Whether a “??” is placed inside a verb or not. you don’t have to worry about which to use. for the present tense. Vocabulary if otherwise then use the imperfective (even when you’re not sure.com I Like this Page Tell a Friend about this Page In this lesson you will learn: Save as Homepage Russian Verbs. ongoing. Reflexive Verbs. if otherwise then use the imperfective (even when you’re not sure. passive). two forms of gerund: (present. Whether there is a change in the vowel before last or not. passive)}. past (active. Future Tense. Whether there is a change in the stem/suffix or not. Learn Russian fast with Transparent Language software Russian Grammar Learn Russian (??????? ????) Verbs (Overview & Aspects) Russian verbs come in two aspects: (imperfective & perfective).Home Alphabet Verbs Cases Nouns Russian 101 Phrases Russian Verbs Vocabulary Expressions More… Speak7 2006 © speak7. if the present tense is used then it means that it’s all about imperfective verbs. If it is inside a verb that would mean that the verb is imperfective. Russian Imperfective. because actions are still in progress therefore not complete so there is no need to Vocabulary & use the perfective.

?? ??????: You know. Perfective and Imperfective Ending Imperfective Perfective (to go) (to say) Masculine -? ?? ????? ?? ?????? Feminine -?? ??? ?????? ??? ??????? Gender . . ?. ??? ?????: They know. ?? ?????????: You understand. or both The perfective in the past tense refers to an action. . ?? ??????: You know. ? ???: I go ?? ????????: You speak. ?. neutral or plural). ?? ??????: You live. ?? ????????: We work ?? ?????????: You work. ?. The imperfective in the past tense refers to an action in the past which was repeated. which replace "???". change the last consonant this way: ? becomes ? ? becomes ? c becomes ? ct becomes ? ? becomes ? ?. ? ????: I know. ?. Russian Present Tense ????????: To speak. ?? ????????: We understand. ?) instead. left unfinished. ?? ??????: You live. ? ??????: I speak. and now is over. ??/ ???/ ??? ?????: He/ She/ It lives. ????: To live. Note: Don’t place ?.? ???? ????? ?????. The second group uses the endings ("?" (or "?") "???" "??" "??" "???" "??" (or "??"). or ? after the letters (?.conjugation group a verb belongs to. ?? ?????????: You understand. and add -? plus the appropriate final letter reflecting the gender of the subject (masculine. ??/ ???/ ??? ????????: He/ She/ It ??/ ???/ ??? ?????: He/ She/ It understands knows.? ???? ????? ??????? ??????. ?). ?? ?????: You go ??/ ???/ ??? ???????: He/ She/ It Speaks. ?. ?. feminine. ?? ?????: We know. ?. "??". ??? ?????: They live. ?. In Russian like in many other languages. . Russian Past Tense. ?. like switching the ? to ? and so on. just follow these steps: verbs ending in -??? or -??? belong to the 1st group. ?? ????: We go ?? ???????: We speak. ??? ????????: They understand.??????? ???? . usually "??". "???" or "??"). ???????? : To work ? ??????? : I work ?? ?????????: You work ??/ ???/ ??? ????????: He/ She/ It works. ? add the letter ? These are some example of the Russian present tense: Russian Present Tense . ??? ????: They go ??? ???????: They speak. "??". -We're reading a nice Russian book -I love you so much -Russian is difficult for me. ?????: To go (by vehicle). ? ????: I live. The table below shows verbs of the first group: First Group Conjugation. ?. Russian Past Tense In Russian to use the past tense you simply need to remove the final -?? of a verb. ?? ?????: You go ?? ????????: You speak. ??/ ???/ ??? ????: He/ She/ It goes ?? ?????: We live. you should use (?. verbs in the present tense are conjugated by dropping the last two letters of the infinitive.?? ?????? ?????????? ??????? ?????. verbs ending in -??? can belong to either 1st or 2nd group. The Russian past tense involves the use of the imperfective and perfective aspects. -He has many Russian friends.??????? ??? ????. and adding the appropriate ending ("?". The table below shows the changes occurring in both the imperfective and perfective. successfully completed once. verbs ending in -??? belong to 2nd group. Second Group Conjugation. Russian Present Tense ????????: To understand ?????: To know ? ???????: I understand. As you may have noticed it’s almost like the way the first group is conjugated with a slight difference. ??? ????????: They work. First person singular. "???".

which is not bad compared to the six forms in the other tenses. Russian past tense has only 4 forms. just conjugate "????" + infinitive verb (example to read). if the action will be completed successfully. and change by gender only in the singular form (by adding ? after the ? we get the feminine singular. Stem+? Stem+?? Stem+-?? Stem+-?? here are some examples of Russian past tense in phrases: Russian Past Tense -I visited Russia last year.Neutral Plural -?? -?? ??? ?????? ??? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??????? The table below is to compare the same verb (to work) in Russian past tense (imperfective and perfective) Russian Past Tense Imperfective Perfective ??????? ????????? ???????? ?????????? ???????? ?????????? ???????? ?????????? ?? ??? ??? ??? As you may have noticed.?????? ??????? ???? ??? ??????? ??? ????. Below is an example of a Russian verb in the future tense in the perfective and imperfective. Note that “????” is the verb “to be” in English. Fem. the past tense verbs change by number (by adding ? after the ? we get the plural). If otherwise (for example if the action will be repeated or will not be completed) then use the imperfective aspect (even when you’re not sure. you can still use the imperfective). Neut. by adding o after the ? we get the neutral singular) Masc. It’s quite easy to figure out which forum is used. Plur. Russian Future Tense In the Russian future tense.? ??? ? ?????? ? ??????? ????. . masculine. feminine. Russian Future Tense (the imperfective/ perfective) Verb “to give” Imperfective Perfective ? ???? ?????? ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ??/???/??? ????? ?????? ???? ?? ????? ?????? ????? ?? ?????? ?????? ?????? ??? ????? ?????? ????? . actions that will be finished at a particular time in the future. Russian perfective verbs don't have present tense meaning. and will not be repeated then the perfective aspect should be used. to form the future in the imperfective aspect.?? ??? ?????? ??????? ????? -Russian was difficult for me before. -I bought a nice Russian book yesterday. -did you learn Russian by yourself? . neutral and plural.????? ? ????? ?????????? ??????? ?????. Russian Future Tense (the imperfective) Conjugation of "????" + infinitive ? ?? ??/???/??? ?? ?? ??? ???? ?????? ????? ????? ?????? ????? + ?????? (Infinitive) The Russian future tense in the perfective is formed by adding the present tense endings to the stem. . .

Motion Verbs. and there is no illogic in choosing one or the other.?? ???????? (on foot) / ???????? (by vehicle)??????? . The iterative imperfective usually ends on (?~ or ??~). Aspects. a reflexive particle (-??) is added after consonants and (-??) after vowels to the verb. . a round trip/there and back).to the progressive form.com admin@speak7. Russian Reflexive Verbs. many times Russian uses reflexive verbs where English doesn’t. Russian verbs of motion tell you how the action was carried out (on foot or by vehicle). and also the direction (round-trip or one-way. and the perfective.These are some examples of Russian future tense: Russian Future Tense . Russian has a certain number of verbs that can be used as reflexive verbs or regular verbs. simply use motion on foot. Speak7 2006 © speak7. and will not be repeated then use the perfective aspect. So to express a reflexive form in Russian. -She will learn Russian with me. Future Tense. for instance I shaved (you don’t need to say I shaved myself) but in Russian you can’t make that expression without inserting the “myself” the Russian way. Russian Reflexive Verbs Russian reflexive verbs are different than English reflexive verbs. because in English you can go without mentioning the direct object. the interactive imperfective. one-time trip). Russian Past Tense. or such an action that will occur in the future. Perfective.? ????? ? ?????? ? ????????? ????. These are some tips on how to figure out what form a certain motion verb is using. also.e. Russian uses a suffix (-??) on the verb to indicate where a direct object is identical with the subject. And since we’re talking about the future now. Imperfective verbs refer to motions which follow more than one direction (i. or happens habitually or more than once other cases is if the motion has no real destination but the starting point. we will focus on the perfective verbs in the future. . Present Tense. if the action will be completed successfully.com Russian Verbs. If you can't decide whether to refer to motion on foot or motion by vehicle. . such as a direct flight. Russian Verbs of Motion Russian motion verbs convey more details than the English motion verbs. for example the perfective is always formed by adding the prefix ??. Perfective verbs refer to a motion in the past that occurred once and in one direction. Russian verbs of motion are broken down into three aspects: the progressive imperfective (only in the present tense).??? ????? ??????? ??????? ???? ?? ????.? ???? ???????? ???????? ??-?????? -I will go to Russia next year. Russian Imperfective.. -Will you come tomorrow? -I will be able to speak Russian without problems.

Genitive. There are 6 cases in Russian: nominative. Before going into details let’s review them very quickly: Alphabet Numbers Verbs Cases Nouns Adjectives Interrogative/ Negation Russian Cases (Nominative.com I Like this Page Tell a Friend about this Page Save as Homepage Russian Cases. Phrases The Russian Nominative is the basic form that you will find in dictionaries for nouns. It’s considered the easiest case. Dative. with “?”. For a neuter noun: since all neuter nouns are inanimate no change will occur. Russian Accusative Case. The prepositional case is used after the prepositions “?” (about). Russia is a nice country) the blue font Russian 101 shows the position of the Russian nominative case. replace “?”. He speaks it too). Russian has something called cases. to show what role they’re playing in a sentence. When the noun is animate and ends with a consonant. Instrumental Case and Russian Prepositional Case. Nominative Case. Russian “?”. no change is necessary. and prepositional. To form the accusative from nominative you need to be familiar with the changes occurring to the nominative: Russian Accusative Case For a masculine noun: When the noun in inanimate. The blue front shows the position of the accusative case. Replace “?” with “?”. (give it to me…) The instrumental case is used to refer to an instrument that helps to make something. When the noun is animate. (. Genitive. Instrumental and Prepositional) The nominative case answers the questions "who?/what?". dative. Accusative. The accusative case designates the object of an action. “?” (in). When the noun is animate. It’s the basic case and also the easiest. Accusative. Instrumental and Prepositional: Like German and some other languages. The nominative case is used for the Vocabulary subject of the sentence. instrumental. Sometimes the accusative case looks exactly like the nominative case. add “?”. genitive. Just like when you use (of) or (the possessive ‘s) The dative case refers to things given or addressed to a person (object). replace “?”. basically they’re changes that occur to nouns and their endings. Russian Dative Case. Learn Russian fast with Transparent Language software Russian Grammar Learn Russian (??????? ????) Nominative. “?” or “?”). but not always. “??” (at) to refer to a place Vocabulary & Russian Nominative Case Writings The Russian nominative case answers the questions "who? what?” (I speak Russian. Genitive Case. (I speak Russian. Russian Genitive Case . The Russian Nominative is the basic form found in dictionaries for nouns. they stay the same. Dative. accusative. Expressions Write a Russian Letter Russian Test Russian Accusative Case The accusative designates the object of an action.PDF) How to Learn a Language More will be available soon For a feminine noun: Replace “?” with “?”.Home Alphabet Verbs Cases Nouns Russian 101 Phrases Russian Cases Vocabulary Expressions More… Speak7 2006 © speak7. (I speak Russian) The genitive case refers to things belonging to other people. the only changes required are for the plural (add the letters “?”. add “?”.

. “?” add “??” if unstressed. wait. with. if stressed add “??”. Russian Instrumental Case For a feminine noun . add “?”. “?”. ???????? ??. Russian Genitive Case For a feminine noun: replace “?” with “?”. I learn Russian with books. ?????? wish. add “??”. ??. similarly to. and it usually answers the question as (to whom? ????? / for what? ?????). with “??”.replace “?” with “??”. add “?”. . “?”. if stressed “??”. John is the indirect object and therefore takes the dative case. replace “?” with “?”. For a masculine noun . ???????. because of. or Edward’s story). ???????. ? like. . “?” replace“?” with “??” .for stems of nouns end with “?”. replace “?” with “?”.. replace “?”. In Russian the possessor always follows the object possessed. ????? (between). Russian Dative Case The Russian dative case is used as the indirect object of a sentence.for nouns ending with “?”. ??. while in English it may be both. ??? (under) … for example: .The genitive refers to things (people) belonging to other things (other people).for other consonants. with". add “??”. ?. replace “?”. with “?”. For a masculine noun: for nouns ending in a consonant add “?”. with “?”. ???????. except for. reach. “?”.. Russian Verbs (dative) ?????? give. ??. contrary to. For a masculine noun: for nouns ending with a consonant. usually in English it’s expressed by the prepositions "by. replace “?” with “?”. and I practice it by chatting. ??.replace “?”. neuter noun simply add “?” ?(?) + Instrument ????? + Instrument Some Instrumental prepositions with ??? + Instrument between ????? + Instrument above in front of The Russian instrumental case is used after prepositions like c (with). Russian Dative Case For a feminine noun: replace “?” with “?”. For a neuter noun: replace “?” with “?” replace “?” with “?” The Russian dative case is also associated with some verbs and prepositions: Prepositions associated with the Russian Dative to. ?. replace “?” with “?”. ??????? according to. ?. “?”. for. ???????? help. ?????????. (the story of Edward. ???. ??.for the rest replace “?” with “??” . Just like when you use (of) or (the possessive ‘s). ??-??. ??????. up to. ????) ??? ?????????? ???? (whose car is this?) ??? ?????????? ???? (that's Nadia's car. For a neuter noun: replace “?” with “?”. Russian Instrumental Case In general the Russian instrumental case is used to indicate how something is done or the means by which an action is carried out.replace “?”. ask. ???????? owing to. ?????. ??? (above). Russian Verbs ?????. “?”. replace “?”. at. The Russian genitive usually answers the question (of whom? ?????/ of what? ????? Whose…?. ?????? want ???./ That's the car of Nadia) The Russian genitive is also associated (not always) with some prepositions and verbs like: Prepositions associated with the Russian genitive without. add “?”. ???????? advise. replace “?” with “?”. .replace “?” with “??”. “?”. replace “?”. ?. behind. if stressed “??”. “Peter is teaching Russian to John”. from. near to. ????? (in front of). on. ???????? ? ?. on. if stressed “??”.

.simply add “?” Russian Noun Case Endings Russian Masculine Noun Case Endings Nominative Case Accusative Case Dative Case Genitive Case Prepositional Case Instrumental Case ---? -? -? -?? ? --?? -?? -?? -??? -? --? -? -? -?? -? --?? -?? -?? -??? -? --? -? -? -?? -? --?? -?? -?? -??? Russian Feminine Noun Case Endings: Nominative Case Accusative Case Dative Case Genitive Case Prepositional Case Instrumental Case -? -? -? -? -? -?? -? --?? --?? -??? -? -? -? -? -? -?? -? --?? -? -?? -??? -?? -?? -?? -?? -?? -??? -?? --??? -?? -??? -??? ? -? -? -? -? -? -?? -? --?? -?? -?? -??? Russian Neutral Noun Case Endings Nominative Case Accusative Case Dative Case Genitive Case Prepositional Case Instrumental Case -? -? -? -? -? -?? -? -? -?? --?? -??? -? -? -? -? -? -?? -? -? -?? -? -?? -??? -?? -?? -?? -?? -?? -??? -?? -?? -??? -?? -??? -???? Speak7 2006 © speak7.replace “?” with “?”.replace “?” with “?”.replace “?” with “?”.no need to replace “?” if it’s ending the word. .replace “?” with “?”.com Russian Cases. “??” (at). or time. . . Russian Instrumental Case and Prepositional Case. (these prepositions are used sometimes with other cases).com admin@speak7. “?” (in). Russian Genitive Case. . Nominative Case. Accusative Case. . For a masculine noun: . The nouns answering the question "where" are often used with the prepositions ? and ??. Dative Case..Russian Prepositional Case The Russian prepositional case is used after the prepositions “?” (about). Russian Prepositional Case For a feminine noun: For a neuter noun: . Nouns take the prepositional case when they’re used to refer to a place.

genitive. and prepositional. but also (bread ????) is masculine. Writings Russian 101 for example: Phrases Vocabulary Russian Expressions Write a Russian Letter Russian Test (. with its three genders (masculine. accusative. feminine. feminine. (daughter ????) is feminine but also (newspaper ??????) is feminine. Russian Gender of Nouns: Alphabet Numbers Verbs Cases Nouns Adjectives Interrogative/ Negation As mentioned before. which is in the nominative case. Masculine: (Daddy: ????) or (Coffee: ????). then the word is masculine. (????: bread) if a Russian noun ends in “?” or “?”. and Neuter like: (first name: ???). Note that these endings should be in the dictionary simple form.com I Like this Page Tell a Friend about this Page In this lesson you will learn: Save as Homepage Russian Nouns. then the word is feminine. then it could be either masculine or feminine: (????????: fortress) is feminine. or neuter. focus on its ending. there are some rare exceptions to these rules. (?????: radio) if a Russian noun ends in a soft sign “?”. dative. especially because there is no physical meaning to many words. “?”. or “?”. Russian nouns change their forms and get different endings by using the 6 cases which . instead try to memorize only the rule: the first time you see a word in a dictionary. For example (man: ???????) is masculine. along with the word itself. then the word is neuter.Home Alphabet Verbs Cases Nouns Russian 101 Phrases Russian Nouns Vocabulary Expressions More… Speak7 2006 © speak7. (??????: newspaper) if a Russian noun ends in “?”. Russian is gender sensitive. Noun Gender. Moreover Russian nouns are masculine.PDF) How to Learn a Language More will be available soon Russian Nouns if a Russian noun ends in a consonant. or neuter) a new learner should memorize the gender of a new word. Russian Nouns Cases … Learn Russian fast with Transparent Language software Russian Grammar Learn Russian (??????? ????) Russian Nouns Overview: Nouns in Russian are just like nouns in English. (?????: Ruble) is masculine. Again these cases are the nominative. And like any other language. the only different is that in Russian nouns change their forms and get different endings by using the 6 cases which help us know the role a noun is playing in a sentence. so how would I have guessed that (bread ????) is masculine and (newspaper ??????) is feminine? The good news is that in Russian you can guess almost all the time the gender of a noun by the way it’s spelled Vocabulary & (especially its ending) which is an advantage to help you avoid struggling to remember the gender of a certain noun. Russian Nouns & Cases As mentioned before. instrumental.

accusative. which gives more explanations about the Russian cases and their function. For example a noun in the dative case will take a different ending than the one it takes in the nominative. instrumental. The table below shows the different endings a noun take in the six cases. To understand nouns better you have to check the page of Russian Cases.com Russian Nouns. and prepositional. Again these cases are the nominative. it is necessary to learn how to use cases in Russian. usually the difference occur only in the final letter or two. genitive. in both singular and plural. Russian Noun Case Endings Russian ?asculine Noun Case Endings Nominative Case Accusative Case Dative Case Genitive Case Prepositional Case Instrumental Case ---? -? -? -?? ? --?? -?? -?? -??? -? --? -? -? -?? -? --?? -?? -?? -??? -? --? -? -? -?? -? --?? -?? -?? -??? Russian Feminine Noun Case Endings: Nominative Case Accusative Case Dative Case Genitive Case Prepositional Case Instrumental Case -? -? -? -? -? -?? -? --?? --?? -?? ? -? -? -? -? -? -?? -? --?? -? -?? -?? ? -?? -?? -?? -?? -?? -?? ? -?? --?? ? -?? -?? ? -?? ?? -? -? -? -? -? -?? -? --?? -?? -?? -??? Russian Neutral Noun Case Endings Nominative Case Accusative Case Dative Case Genitive Case Prepositional Case Instrumental Case -? -? -? -? -? -?? -? -? -?? --?? -??? -? -? -? -? -? -?? -? -? -?? -? -?? -??? -?? -?? -?? -?? -?? -??? -?? -?? -??? -?? -??? -???? Sometimes a Russian noun is connected to a preposition which is placed just before.com admin@speak7.help us know the role a noun is playing in the sentence. Russian Noun Gender. You will learn more about cases in separate lessons. dative. Nouns Cases . Speak7 2006 © speak7. Nouns Declension.

but they differ than English when it comes to their agreement with nouns.com s I Like this Page Tell a Friend about this Page Save as Homepage You will learn in this lesson: Russian Adjectives. adjectives ending. tall loud low. also adjectives must agree in the case as well. then form the adjective accordingly.PDF) How to Learn a Language More will be available soon . which means that if the noun is in the accusative feminine singular. adjectives may change their endings in each case of the six cases depending on which case the noun is using. short narrow near old poor quiet rich shallow short simple soft strong thin ??????? ??????? ?????? ????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ????? ??????? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ??????? ?????? (. you will have to do the same with adjective. Russian adjectives must agree with the noun they modify in gender and number. Russian adjectives list. So to have the proper form of an adjective.Home Alphabet Verbs Cases Nouns Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Expressions More… Russian Adjectives Speak7 2006 © speak7. you should know what case/ gender/ number is used by the noun. Below is a table of a very common ending which many adjectives take: Case Nominative Accusative Genitive Dative Prepositional Instrumental Masculine ?? Nom or Gen ??? ??? ?? ?? Feminine ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? Neuter ?? Nom or Gen ??? ??? ?? ?? Endings ?? Nom or Gen ?? ?? ?? ??? Alphabet Numbers Verbs Cases Nouns Adjectives Interrogative/ Negation Vocabulary & Writings Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Russian Expressions Write a Russian Letter Russian Test This is a list of adjectives: bad big. tall ?????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ???????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ??????? ??????? ??????? ??????? ??????? ??????? ??????? List of Russian Adjectives long. Learn Russian fast with Transparent Language software Russian Grammar Learn Russian (??????? ????) Russian Adjectives are used just like in English to describe qualities to nouns. large cheap clean deep difficult dirty early expensive far fat good hard heavy high.

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let’s suppose English was the same as Russian. so they must be formed according to the case they’re used under (accusative. Learn Russian fast with Transparent Language software Russian Grammar Learn Russian (??????? ????) Questions in Russian To ask a question in Russian you simply need to put a question mark at the end. Negation in Russian The most common way to form negation in Russian is by using (?? and ???) ? ??? ?? ???? (I don't know you). ?????? (neuter) … “Whose” can be ???? (masculine). How to make a question in Russian. Negation.com I Like this Page Tell a Friend about this Page Save as Homepage You will learn in this lesson: Russian Questions. ???? (neuter). ????? (genitive case: of what?). nominative. ????? (dative case: to what?). neuter) for example (?????? Which?) can also be ?????? (feminine). Don’t worry it’s not that complicated as it may look. Or “you are ready?” instead of “are you ready?”…That’s how Russian works when you try to make a question and expect a (yes/no) answer. also “what?” can be ???? (nominative & accusative case). ???? (plural). ???? (prepositional case). feminine.PDF) How to Learn a Language More will be available soon Note that some of these tools behave like adjectives. then you can simply say: you understand? (?? ??????????). . no need to rearrange a sentence like in English. if you’re speaking simply add a “question tone” to your voice. below is a list of question tools: How much money? How much/many? How? What did you say? What is this? What time is it? Where from? Where? Who is this? Why? ??????? ?????? ???????? ???? ??? ?? ???????? ??? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ???? ??? ???? ??????? Questions in Russian Who? What's the matter? What do you need? When? Which? What do you want? What are you doing? What's happened? What? ???? ? ??? ????? ??? ??? ?????? ?????? ??????/ ???????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ?? ???????? ??? ?????????? ???? Alphabet Numbers Verbs Cases Nouns Adjectives Interrogative/ Negation Vocabulary & Writings Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Russian Expressions Write a Russian Letter Russian Test (. ???? (feminine). you just need to know the Russian cases to be able to deal with this kind of words. To make other kind of questions like: How? When? Why? you need to know the equivalent words in Russian. genitive. ???? (instrumental case).Home Alphabet Verbs Cases Nouns Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Expressions More… Russian Questions (Interrogative) and Negation Speak7 2006 © speak7. dative…) and also the gender (masculine. instead of adding “do you understand?”. ??? ????? ??? (He's not here).

Some Russian negative expressions: Russian Negative Expressions Don't worry! ?? ???????????? I Don't understand! ? ?? ??????? I don't know! ?? ???? I have no idea. ??? ?????? ??????. Russian Negative Epressions (2) I'm not doing anything. Speak7 2006 © speak7. ? ?????? ?? ?????.com admin@speak7. ????? no one to ????? ????? (??????) nothing to ?????? ??????? no time to ??????? ????? nowhere to ????? You may have noticed that there are two different forms of Russian negative pronouns.com Speak7. the second one is because we have an infinitive verb which is “to do”. then all indefinite pronouns in that clause should be negative. The second example is used when we have a verb in the infinitive. for example you can say in Russian “I didn’t understand nothing” while in English you have to either say “I understood nothing” or “I didn’t understand anything”. like “I have nothing to do”. no one nothing never nowhere Russian Negative Pronouns Used before infinitive verbs. “to do” is in the infinitive and so it is in Russian. Negation.com receives advertising revenue from products featured on this website. Unlike English. How to make a question in Russian. The Russian negation rule indicates that if the verb in a phrase is negative. ?? means “no” while ??? means “not”. ??????? ?? ???? Below you will see the change occurring to “nothing/anything”. Used in general. the first one is the basic form. . Below is a table of some Russian negative pronouns that might be used with the negative “??” when necessary. Russian allows “double negative” expressions. All Rights Reserved Russian Questions. I have nothing to do.In general. the first example is used in general cases.

Russian Greetings. ????????. Survival Phrases.PDF) . Thanks! And You? Good/ So-So. and more Learn Russian fast with Transparent Language software Russian Grammar Learn Russian (??????? ????) When the letters are in capital letters it means they should be stressed. ???????! ? ? ????? ??????/??? ???? ???????! ??????????! ??. Thank You (Very Much)! You're Welcome! (answering "thank you") Hey! Friend! I Missed You So Much! What's New? Nothing Much Good Night! See You Later! Good Bye! Alphabet Numbers Verbs Cases Nouns Adjectives Interrogative/ Negation Russian Phrases privEt dObraye Utra dObriy dEn/ vEcher (day/evening) dabrO pazhAlavat’ kak dela? harashO! Spasiba a u tibyA? harashO/ tAk sibe spasiba pazhAlusta Ey. Also some words will have more than one form (masculine. feminine and even neuter) they’re usually separated by /. ? ??? ?????? ??????/a ?? ???? ??? ??????? ???????\ ??????. English Phrases Greetings: Hi! Good Morning! Good Evening! Welcome! (to greet someone) How Are You? I'm Fine. ????????? ???? ?? ???????/ ?? ???????? ????/?? ???????? Vocabulary & Writings Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Russian Expressions Write a Russian Letter Russian Test (. drug! Ya tak sil'no skuchAl/a (female) pa tibE Chto nOvava? NiplOha/ NichivO spakOynay nOchi da vstrEchi/ da svidAn’ya pakA/ da svidAn’ya Russian Phrases ??????! ?????? ????! ?????? ????/ ?????! ????? ??????????! ??? ????? ??????.com I Like this Page Tell a Friend about this Page You will find in this page: Save as Homepage Russian Expressions. Conversations.Home Alphabet Verbs Cases Nouns Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Expressions More… English Russian Phrases/ Sentences Speak7 2006 © speak7. ????\ ??.

! ( to ask for something) Excuse Me! ( to pass by) Come With Me! Personal Info: Do You Speak (English/ Russian)? Just a Little. ????? ??????/??????? ? ??? ?????.. I Have To Go I Will Be Right Back! Wishes: Good Luck! Happy Birthday! Happy New Year! Merry Christmas! Congratulations! ya zabludils’a Ya magU vam pamOch? Vy mOzhite mne pamOch? Gde nahOditsa (vAnnaya/ aptEka)? idite pryAmo. ??????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ????? … ?-?/?-?? {????????/ ???????} ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??????? ?? (??????/ ??????) ? ?????????? ??? ?? ??????? ( ????) ? ??????/ ? ?????? ??? ????? ???????????? ??????-????????????? ??????! ??? ?? ???????????? (?) ??????? (????????????/ ???????????) ??? ???????? ??????? ? ???? ??????? 1 ????? ?! ??? ??????! ??????? ??? ???? ??? (????????/ ????????) ??? ??? ????? ???? ? ?????? ??????? udAchi! z dnÖm razhden’ya! S nOvym gOdam! s razhdistvOm! pazdravlyAyu! ?????! ? ???? ????????! ? ????? ?????! ? ??????????! ??????????! . nimnOga Kak vas zavUt? MinyA zavUt … Gn / Gzha {GaspadIn/GaspazhA} Ochin' priyAtna! vi Ochin’ dabrY Vy atkUda? iz (ShtAtaf/ Rasii) yA amirikAnets Gde vy zhivYOte? (Ya zhivU) v (SaidinÖnyh) shtAtah/ v Rasii vAm zdEs’ panrAvilas’? Rasiya-zamichAtel’naya stranA Chem vy zanimAitis’? (Ya) rabOtayu (pirivOchikam/ biznesmEnam) mnE nrAvitsa Russkiy Ya uchiL Ruskiy adin mEs’ats O! Eta harashO! SkOl’ka vam let? Mne (dvAdtsat'/ trItsat') let Mne nUzhna iti ya sichAs virnUs’ ?? ???????? ??-?????????/??-??????? ??. ?????????. One Moment Please! Hold On Please! (phone) How Much Is This? Excuse Me .…/ Miss… Nice To Meet You! You're Very Kind! Where Are You From? I'm From (the U. ??????????! ??????? ??? ?????? ????????\???????? ????????! ???????? ?? ????! Vy gavarite pa anglIyski/ pa rUsski? Da. ??????. pazhAlusta PadazhdIte. ??????????.How to Learn a Language More will be available soon Help & Directions: I'm Lost Can I Help You? Can You Help Me? Where is the (bathroom/ pharmacy)? Go Straight! Then Turn Left/ Right! I'm Looking For John. thirty…) Years Old./ Mrs.. patOm nalEva/ naprAva Ya ichU DzhOna MinUtu.. pazhAlusta! SkOl'ka Eta stOit? izvinite! / prastite izvinite! PaidyOmte sa mnOy! ? ?????????? ? ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ????????? (??????/ ??????) ????? ?????. Mr.S/ Russia) Did You Like It Here? Russia Is a Wonderful Country What Do You Do For A Living? I Work As A (Translator/ Businessman) I Like Russian I've Been Learning Russian For 1 Month Oh! That's Good! How Old Are You? I'm (twenty.S/ Russia) I’m (American) Where Do You Live? I live in (the U.. What's Your Name? My Name Is ….

Really! Look! Hurry Up! What? Where? What Time Is It? It's 10 o'clock. /??????? .. Na zdarOv’ye! mnE by hatelas’ pabyvAt’ v vAshey stranE PiridAyte (DzhOnu) ot minyA privEt bUte zdarOvy (means be healthy!) spakOynay nOchi i priYAtnyh snOf ?? ????????! ??? ?? ???????? ???????? ? ????? ?????? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ??????! ?????? ???????! ????????? ???? ? ???????? ????! Prastite minyA..Enjoy! (For meals…) I'd Like To Visit your country One Day Say Hi To John For me..) Shto? / Gde? Skol’ka sichAs vr’Emini? Desyat’ chasof.. 07:30pm.) ???? ???? ??????? ?????? ???????? ?????? ?????/ ???? ???????? ?????? ??? ??? … ????? ??? . ?????/??? ??? / ???? (???)... ??? / ?? ?? ????? ???? (??)??????! ??????????! (????? . ?????????? ????? ??-?????????? ????????. Bless you (when sneezing) Good Night & Sweet Dreams! Misunderstanding: I'm Sorry! (if you don't hear something) Sorry (for a mistake) No Problem! Can You Say It Again? Can You Speak Slowly? Write It Down Please! I Don't Understand! I Don't Know! I Have No Idea. Here/There To Me/To You. Give Me This! I Love You! I Feel Sick. ?????????? ? ?? ??????? ?? ???? ??????? ?? ???? ??? ??? ??????? ??-??????? ??? ?????? «horosho» ?? ??????????? ??? ??????? "please" ??-??????? ??? ???? ? ???? ????? ? ??????? ??? ????? ?????????????? ? ??????? ?? ???????????? HarOshiy/ PlahOy/ tAk sibe Bal'shOy {Aya/Oye}/ mAlin'kiy {aya/ oye} aivOdn’a/ SichAs zAftra/ fchirA da/ N'et Vot/ Vot... Big/ Small Today/ Now Tomorrow/ Yesterday Yes/ No Here You Go! (when giving something) Do You Like It? I Really Like It! I'm Hungry/ Thirsty.. What's That Called In Russian? What Does "horosho" Mean In English? How Do You Say "Please" In Russian? What Is This? My Russian Is Bad. This/ That. ??? ?? ???????? ????????/ ???????? ??? ??????? ?????????. I need to practice my Russian Don't Worry! Expressions & Words: Good/ Bad/ So-So. kAk vy skazAli? Prastite/Izvinite Bis prabl’Em Paftarite pazhAlusta! mOzhna pamEdlenej? Napichite pazhAlusta Ya ni panimAju Ni znaju! PanyAtiya ni imEyu Kak Eta skazAt’ paruski? chtO znAchit “horosho” na angliskam? kAk skazAt’ "please" parUski? chtO eta? (short: chtOyto?) U min’A plOha s rUskim mnE nUzhna praktikovAt’sa v Russkam Ni bispakOytis’ ???????? ????.. In The Morning/ Evening/ At Night. ? ???? ????? ? ???? ????? ???????? . ???????? ??? (???) ????????? ??? (???) ????? ????????! ? ???? ????/ ? ???? ???? ?????/ ???????/ ????? ???/??./Davayte . To Him/ To Her. yimU (imU) / yey na sAmom deli (Pa)smatrI Patarapis’! (Davay .. vaz'mite Vam (eta) nrAvitsa? Mne Eta Ochin' nrAvitsa! Ya hAchu YEst'/ Ya hAchu pit' utrAm/ vEchirom/ nOch’yu Eta/ To... Zdes’/ Tam Mn’e / tibE (vam).. DAyti mn’e . / sEm' tritsat’ vEchira DAy mn’e . Ya tibyA l’ublyU Ya sibyA ploha chUstvuyu ???????/??????/??? ???? ????????? {-??} {-??} / ??????? {-??} {-??} ???????/ ?????? ??????/ ????? ??/ ??? ???/ ???.

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List of Adverbs in Russian. Nationalities in Russian… Learn Russian fast with Transparent Language software Russian Grammar Learn Russian (??????? ????) Since the page has many words it may take sometime to display.Home Alphabet Verbs Cases Nouns Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Expressions More… Russian Vocabulary Speak7 2006 © speak7. Family. List of Adjectives. Questions in Russian. I listed here only the most important stuff that you need to know. and try to memorize them all if you can. So it will not be a waste of time if you memorize them because you will certainly need them in the future. please be patient.PDF) How to Learn a Language More will be available soon . Clothes in Russian. apple apple juice bananas beans beef beer boiled eggs borsh (beetroot soup) bread broth butter cabbage cake carrots caviar cheese chicken chocolate coffee coffee with milk cream cucumbers cutlets dessert duck fish fried eggs fried potatoes fruit garlic grape juice grapefruit grapes ground meat ham ice cream jam ?????? ???????? ??? ?????? ???? ???????? ???? ??????? ???? ???? (russian soup) ???? ?????? ????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ???? ??? ?????? ??????? ???? ???? ? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??????? ?????? ???? ???? ??????? ??????? ???????? ?????? ?????? ??????????? ??? ????????? ???????? ???? ??????? ????????? ???? Food in Russian liver mashed potatoes meat milk mineral water mushrooms omelet onion orange orange juice pasta peas pepper pineapple pizza pork potato red wine rice roast beef salad salmon salt sandwich sausage shashlik snacks soda soft drinks soup spinach steak sugar sweets tea tomatoes ukha (fish soup) ?????? ???? ???? ?????? ??????????? ???? ????? ????? ??? ???????? ???????????? ??? ???????? ????? ????? a????? ????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ???? ??? ??????? ????? ?????? ???? ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????? ??????? ?????????????? ??????? ??? ?????? ???????? ????? ??????? ??? ???????? ??? Alphabet Numbers Verbs Cases Nouns Adjectives Interrogative/ Negation Vocabulary & Writings Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Russian Expressions Write a Russian Letter Russian Test (. Countrie.com I Like this Page Tell a Friend about this Page In this lesson you will learn: Save as Homepage Russian Vocabulary such as: Food. Time.

juice kasha kidneys lemon ??? ???? ????? ????? veal vegetables water wine ???????? ????? ???? ???? belt blouse clothes coat dress gloves handbag hat jacket jacket (top of a suit) laces large leather medium necktie pants raincoat scarf shirt shoes silk skirt slippers small socks suit sweater sweatshirt umbrella wool ?????? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???????? ??????? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ??????? ???? ??????? ??????? ????? ???? ???? ??????? ????? ???? ???? ???????? ??????? ????????? ????? ?????? ?????? ???????? ?????? ?????? Clothes and Family in Russian aunt brother children dad daughter family father granddaughter grandfather grandmother grandson husband mother mum parents sister son uncle wife ???? ???? ???? ???? ???? ????? ???? ?????? ??????? ??????? ???? ??? ???? ???? ???????? ?????? ??? ???? ???? cup fork glass kettle knife napkin plate spoon ????? ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ???????? ??????? ????? Other house stuff in Russian book magazine newspaper poetry breakfast lunch dinner supper ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ??????? ?????? ??????? ???? ???? antibiotic aspirin bandage eye drops plaster thermometer toothbrush toothpaste vitamin pills ?????????? ??????? ???? ??????? ????? ???????? ????????? ?????? ????? ?????? ????? ???????? Other house stuff in Russian cream deodorant hair spray jewelry lipstick nail polish pearl perfume shampoo soap watch ???? ?????????? ??? ??? ????? ????????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ???? ???? How much money? How much/many? How? What did you say? ??????? ?????? ???????? ???? ??? ?? ???????? Questions in Russian Who? What's the matter? What do you need? When? ???? ? ??? ????? ??? ??? ?????? ?????? .

??? ????? ??????? ????? ?????? ????? ?????? ????????? ???.What is this? What time is it? What's the date today? Where from? Where? Who is this? Why? ??? ???? ??????? ???? ????? ??????? ?????? ??????? ???? ??? ???? ??????? Which? What do you want? What are you doing? What's happened? What? O.? ??????/ ???????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ?? ???????? ??? ?????????? ???? ??????? bad big. ??????? List of Russian Adverbs some some kind of someone something sometimes somewhere still such suddenly then then there therefore this much/many together usually very which/who/whom yet (from) anywhere (from) somewhere (to) anywhere (to) somewhere ????????? ?????-?? ???-?? ???-?? ?????? ???-?? (???) ??? ????? ????? ????? ????? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ????? ??????? ??? ??????-?????? ??????-?? ????-?????? ????-?? early later on soon in time I'll be back in a moment. tall loud low. easy small ?????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ???????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ??????? ??????? ??????? ??????? ??????? ??????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ????????? List of Russian Adjectives long. short narrow near old poor quiet rich shallow short simple soft strong thin weak wide young ??????? ??????? ?????? ????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ????? ??????? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??????? ??????? afterwards almost already also. tall late light. ??????? ?????? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ????? ???? ??????? ??????? Time Vocabulary in Russian Sunday week month this month next month January February March April May June July August September ??????????? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ????????? ????? ?????? ??????? ???? a????? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ???????? .K. large cheap clean deep difficult dirty early expensive far fat good hard heavy high. ???? ?????? ?????-?????? ???-?????? ???-?????? ???-?????? ??? ????????? ?????? ??? ?????????? ????? ?????. too always any kind of anyone anything anywhere as as far/much as because entirely everywhere here immediately never nobody nothing nowhere quite several so ????? ????? ??? ?????. second minute hour day morning noon evening night tonight ???? ????? ????? ??????? ? ????? ???????.

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Mr. I don't have children. Are you married? Do you have children? ?? ???????? ??-?????????/??-??????? ??. ????????? ????! ??????? ? ????? ??? ????????? ?????????? ?????????? ??????? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ??? ???? ?????? ? ????? (??????) ?? ?????????? ????? ??????. I want you to meet my wife/ my husband. ? ?? ???? ???????. ????????????? ? ???? ?????/ ???? ?????. ? ????????? (?????????) ??????? ?? ??????? ? ???? 75 ??. Spanish. ? ???? ??? ?????. My name is ….…/ Miss… Name (first name) last name Patronymic (middle name) What is your family name? My family name is … single man single woman I have a son/ a daughter. ??????? ??? ??? ?????? ????????? ?????????????. French German Spanish Italian Arabic Russian What languages do you speak? I speak English.??????????. ??????????. How tall are you? I am tall. ???????????? ?????. ????? ??????/??????? ? ??? ?????.. ? ????? ?????? ??-??????.! ( to ask for something) Excuse me! ( to pass by) Come with me! ??????????. ?????? ?? ?????? ? ??????? (???????). ??????????! ??????? ??? ?????? ????????\???????? ????????! ???????? ?? ????! Personal Info: Do you speak (English/ Russian)? Just a little. ? ???? ??????? ???????. ????? ??? (????) ???? ????? … ?-?/?-?? {????????/ ???????} ??? ??????? ???????? ????? ? ???? ???????? ??? ??????? … ???????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ? ???? ???? ???/ ????. I am very happy to meet you. I speak poor Russian. ?????????. I want to learn Russian. ??????????? ???????? ????????? ??????????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ??????? ?? ????????? ? ?????? ??-?????????. What is your native language? My native language is English. ??? ?????????? ???? ??????? ? ?????????? ? ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ????????? (??????/ ??????) ????? ?????.. How much do you weigh? I weigh 65 kg. ????? ????/??? ?????? ????? ??? ?????? ???? . French. One moment please! Hold on please! (phone) How much is this? Excuse me . I don't know Russian. I am not tall.. ??-??????????. ??-????????./ Mrs.. ?? ?????? (???????)? ? ??? ???? ????? . What's your Name? Let me introduce myself. ??????????.Please stop here Please wait for me! How much (do I owe you)? Where is the nearest bus stop? What is the fare? What line should I take? I would like to see downtown What is the name of this palace? I'm Lost Can I help you? Can you help me? Where is the (bathroom/ pharmacy)? Go straight! Then turn left/ right! I'm looking for John. ??????.

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or add whatever you want.. you will notice that I sometimes include more than one possibility. I work as a surgeon/ carpenter/ mechanic (6).. documentaries. I like to travel and meet new people.I also hope that you can help me improve my level in Russian. Having new penpal friends who speak the language you’re learning will give you a chance to put into words what you’ve learned in grammar. but I still need to improve. in many ways writing letters to penpals will certainly help you a lot in your learning path. I have one brother (8). that way I can practice what I learned in Russian. modify it. My name is Speak7 . I'm 26 years old. Below is a sample of an English/ Russian letter that you may take as an example to your first step in having pen pals.and much more.. because my vocabulary is limited. I also want to learn it for my job/ my husband (16)/ my sons (17). with information about yourself and what you like to do . if you need some more vocabulary check the home page. I’m a young (1) American / British (2) male (3). one daughter (10). and I also use a dictionary a lot.PDF) How to Learn a Language More will be available soon The Russian Letter Example ???????/ ???????. Let me tell you more about myself. I live by myself (12). I started learning Russian lately. My friendly greetings to you. that way you can choose the most appropriate to you. I hope to receive a letter from you soon. also you will be able to find some additional phrases at the phrases page … The English Letter Sample Dear. Speak7 Alphabet Numbers Verbs Cases Nouns Adjectives Interrogative/ Negation Vocabulary & Writings Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Russian Expressions Write a Russian Letter Russian Test (. both by using a dictionary and from what you’ve learned in general.. I'm single (13). watch movies. delete. and make new friends at the same time. I’m married (14). (addressing a female) ???? ????? ?????. As you can see. writing a Russian letter to a penpal. or simply for the purpose of introducing yourself in Russian. for example you will find more than one nationality in the same phrase (English/ British). vocabulary …. I live with my parents (11). I live in Washington/ London (4). I can already write in Russian. and I thought it's a good idea to have some penpal friends who speak the language. I want to learn Russian because I love it. Learn Russian fast with Transparent Language software Russian Grammar Learn Russian (??????? ????) Writing letters is a good way to learn Russian.. I have one son (10)... ??????? ? ?????/-? ????? ??????? ???? ? ? ???????/-?. the point is to make an effort constructing phrases and expressions. and above all I think it's a nice language. and one sister (9). ??? ???? ?? ??????? ??????? . I study languages (5)..Home Alphabet Verbs Cases Nouns Russian 101 Phrases Vocabulary Expressions More… Writing letters in Russian Speak7 2006 © I Like this Page Tell a Friend about this Page Save as Homepage You will learn in this lesson: how to write a simple letter in Russian.. In my free time I like to listen to music (15). English (7) is my native language.

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for example. then you can add tomorrow's 20 new words. You may want to memorize a number of words everyday. that's a lot of time saved. It doesn't make sense to have a car without knowing how to drive it. How to play with words..com I Like this Page Tell a Friend about this Page Save as Homepage How to learn a foreign language is the one million dollar question. as well as some tools used to learn a new language. kommt.Learn Languages with Speak7 It's all about languages! Speak7 Speak7. that will help you write a sentence like: mein Freund Gerhard kommt aus Deutschland (my friend Gerhard is from Germany)... aus. give priority to words you think you may need in a normal conversations . So my advice to you is that when you memorize words. proud . this rule could apply to thousands of adjectives. historically. and so on. Language Components Vocabulary Grammar Writing Listening & Speaking Language Tools Memory Practice Motivation Vocabulary: You will be amazed to know that normal people use only about 4000 words as their vocabulary source. tomorrow you will have first to see if you still remember today's vocabulary. how to shape a word depending on the situation and needs.. still only a very small part of it is used in the every day life. and you learned in grammar how to use the possessive (mein/e. and so can you with one word.).) also how to use the verb (kommen: komme.. Let's say you decided to memorize 20 words everyday. it is suggested that many aspects should be taken into consideration. that would allow you to use what you already memorized and "create" others words from the original ones such as "naturally. also it helps you enrich your vocabulary. Another good and surprising new is that 50% of the words used everyday make only between 100 to 200 words. kommst. Grammar will help you shape your vocabulary the way you want. let<92>s say you learned some words (adjectives) like: natural. Deutschland. There are many ways you can write and learn at the same time. try to prioritize based on your needs. For example you let<92>s say you have memorized the German words: Freund.. sein/e. chatting or writing letters to penpals is a good way to start. remember that the more you memorize the harder it gets.. exact. which word to place first or last. which is a good news. Grammar will tell you that if you add "-ly" to these words you will get an adverb that can work in a whole different situation. the number would depend on how much time you can dedicate to that and also how fast you want to learn the language.. and putting what you learned into practice.. This exists in all languages not just English. but actually there is no magic answer. just like clay. Basically writing is your first practice of what you have learned from vocabulary and grammar. and show you tricks that can double the number of words you know just by simply showing you a rule to follow. you can make different shapes out of one piece of soft clay. Listening & Speaking: when listening you're the "receiver". Writing: now you reached the part where you can combine vocabulary and grammar.. dein/e. Grammar: it's the element that helps you manipulate the vocabulary you already learned. exactly. the good news is that there are methods and techniques that could be used for that purpose. proudly. historical. grammar shows you how to "drive" your vocabulary. A smart way around vocabulary can save you a lot of time and enables you to speed up your learning process. once you memorized today's 20 words. even though a language could contain a million word. and that<92>s just one example. so always pay attention to "what" is said and "how" .

Because before speaking you need to know how things are pronounced. and discover what you don't know. Speaking is just like writing. Usually people associate these words by repetition or by saying the word in their own language and the foreign language many times over. And since you're the receiver you will be able to learn new things that you can add to your vocabulary list as well as to your grammar. writing and listening). imagine bread on a frying "pan<94>. The good news is that after enough practice.2006 Speak7. and learned that bread in Spanish is "el pan". if you're a new learner it may seem that the speaker is speaking very fast.. also it helps you learn new things and best of all it prevent you from forgetting what you already learned. almost like your native language.. vocabulary is often a matter of associating a meaningless collection of syllables with a word in your own language. and maybe speaking will become the easiest thing to do. You can improve on this tedious way of learning by using for example the following technique: Mnemonics to link words. it can make or break your learner quest. Motivation: it's what keeps you going. This is called the LinkWord technique. you will be using some efforts but subconsciously. and gradually you will forget most of what you know. and that's something you really need more than anything. this method is based on using images to link a word in your own language with a word in a foreign language. speaking will become natural.it's said. if you're learning Spanish.com receives advertising revenue from products featured on this website. grammar. which will help you one connect one thing to another in case you forgot.com Speak7. it can speed up your memorization efficiency and therefore save you a lot of time. Speaking is more straightforward. that will not only mean that there will be no improvement. For example. but you don't have that comfort when you speak. because many language learners lose interest within the first stages of their learning quest. but you have to be creative and make a good association that you may not forget. Practice: it's what keeps you in the right path. but also may put everything you learned before at risk. This will test all what you learned (vocabulary. to make it easy to memorize this new word. When you write you have enough time to write ideas and see if they're well organized. and by knowing your actual level you can determine you<92>re your next level would be. the more you improve the more your ears get adjusted. first because it allows you to "play" with what you already know. Speak7 2005 . it takes more effort and your brain works harder because in addition to "putting all your skills into practice" you will have to do that way faster. check for errors. the one difference is that you need to use your mouth instead of your pen. change ideas . because lack of motivation leads to lack of practice. Memory: Since vocabulary occupies a large place in every language. because your brain will be processing the words at a faster pace due to some experience you gained. All Rights Reserved . Practice lets you know your level.

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