There is a lot of different types of Russian pronouns: possessive, demonstrative, interrogative, indefinite, reflexive and so on. These free online lessons cover each of the pronoun types and explain their use in different cases. Every lesson comes with and audio file recorded by a native Russian speaker.
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.
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”.
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.
We’ve already covered Russian personal, demonstrative, and possessive pronouns, as well as reflexive pronoun себя, reflexive possessive pronoun свой, and emphatic definite pronoun сам. So you already know quite a bit about the Russian pronouns, but… not everything yet.
In this lesson we’ll learn another Russian pronoun, it’s the pronoun сам. Сам is used to emphasize the subject which is performing an action. It can be translated in English as ‘myself’, ‘yourself’, ‘himslef’ and so on.
This last lesson about the Prepositional case we dedicate to practice. Let’s look at some examples of use of the Prepositional case in the Russian language.