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 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 three lessons we dedicated to forming the Genitive case with masculine, feminine and neuter singular Russian nouns.
But as you might have already noticed, not only nouns change their form in different cases but the pronouns as well. Today we’ll learn the Russian personal pronouns in the Genitive and practice their use.
In the previous lessons we’ve already covered the personal and the demonstrative Russian pronouns. In this lesson we’ll learn how to say ‘my/mine’, ‘your/yours’ and so on – i.e. today we are learning Russian possessive pronouns.
Continuing with the Russian grammar, today we move to the demonstrative pronouns.
For the past nine lessons we have learned the Russian alphabet and pronunciation rules, as well as practiced to read some Russian words. Today we move over to the Russian grammar. First things first, let’s learn how to say ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘they’ etc. In other words, today’s lesson we dedicate to Russian personal pronouns.