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In the previous lesson we learned the Russian possessive pronouns in the Genitive case. And as promised, today we are having a look at the demonstrative pronouns in the Genitive.
After a short break of two lessons, we are getting back to the Genitive case. This time let’s look at the Russian possessive pronouns in the Genitive.
Last few lessons we have dedicated to the Genitive case with plural nouns. This is a recap lesson where we will look at more examples of the Genitive with plural nouns. It will help you to recall what you’ve already learned and to reinforce your knowledge.
In the previous lesson we’ve learned how to form the Genitive case with masculine plural nouns. This time let’s look at the feminine plural nouns.
Today let’s recap all we learned so far about the Genitive case in Russian.
When you have doubts about what Russian case you are dealing with at some moment, the prepositions often can help. There are some prepositions which are used only with the Genitive case in Russian. Today let’s learn them and practice their use.