Most likely, you are already familiar with the Russian words можно and нельзя. They are used to express if something is allowed or possible. Today we are looking at them in detail and giving you a lot of examples and exercises to practice their use and reinforce your knowledge.
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In one of the previous lesson we have already covered the Russian interrogative pronoun ЧЕЙ (whose?). Today we will look at it in more details and learn how to use it in different cases. Study the lesson »
The Valentine’s day is approaching and your must be already thinking of how to express your feelings to your most important person in the world. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered, this time you’ll be able to do it in Russian! Study the lesson »
The holidays are approaching and we couldn’t stay aside of it. Today we’ve prepared two dialogues for you. They cover some useful holidays vocabulary and tell a bit about Russian traditions of celebrating the New Year. Study the lesson »
On our way of studying Russian grammar, we’ve already covered personal, demonstrative, possessive, reflexive, emphatic and interrogative pronouns. But the list of Russian pronouns is not finished yet, and today we’ll learn another group of those called “indefinite pronouns”. Study the lesson »
If you have been learning Russian for a while, you have surely came across the particles “-то” and “же“. Today we’ll look at this chapter of Russian grammar in more detail and explain on examples the role of these particles in the sentence. Study the lesson »
Russian language has a very developed system of suffixes that allow us to express the whole range of emotions, starting from caress and tenderness and finishing with hatred and scorn. In this lesson we’ll cover a part of them that’s called diminutive-hypocoristic suffixes (уменьши́тельно-ласка́тельные су́ффиксы). Study the lesson »
One of the perks of speaking a few languages is that now you can make even more friends! So today let’s learn Russian phrases that can help you to make new Russian friends… Study the lesson »
As you already know from one of the previous lessons, the pronoun какой means ‘what’ or ‘which’. To be able to construct questions with it, you should know how to decline it.
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Do you have a Russian girlfriend or boyfriend? Are you preparing to meet the parents of your darling for the first time? If so, this lesson is for you! Study the lesson »