Today we continue with the superlative degree of Russian adjectives. You can find the first part here.
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This part of our free online grammar and vocabulary course for beginners is dedicated to Russian adjectives. Learn Russian adjectives, the declension of Russian adjectives with different endings, the long and short forms of adjectives, their formation and comparative and superlative degree.
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The superlative degree indicates that someone or something has the quality of the adjective to a degree greater than that of anything it is being compared to. In this lesson we will learn how to form the superlative degree of Russian adjectives.
In the previous lesson we learned how to form the long form of comparative degree of Russian adjectives. Today let’s look at the short form.
Russian adjectives (most of them) have two comparative degrees: the long form and the short form. In today’s lesson we’ll learn how to form the long form.
You already know that generally the long form of Russian adjectives goes before the word it describes and agrees with the noun or pronoun in gender, number and case. In this lesson we’ll have a look at some more examples of the use of the adjectives.
This is the last lesson about adjectival declension in the Russian language.
Today we continue learning to decline Russian adjective. Do you remember the spelling rules we learned some time ago? The adjectives we are going to learn today are in the separate group, because we have to follow those spelling rules when decline them.