119 – The Prepositional case with plural nouns

Last few lessons we have dedicated to the masculine, feminine, and nueter Russian nouns in the Prepositional case. Today we’ll take a look at the plural nouns.

Follow these two simple rules to form the Prepositional with plural nouns:

For nouns ending in …
а/о -> replace with ах
… any consonant -> add ах
… other cases -> replace the last letter with ях

дом – о дома́х (house)
нож – о ножа́х (knife)
край – о края́х (edge)
конь – о коня́х (horse)
луна́ – о лу́нах (moon)
гра́ница – о грани́цах (border)
рука́ – о рука́х (hand)
неде́ля – о неде́лях (week)
ста́нция – о ста́нциях (station)
ли́цо – о ли́цах (face)
зда́ние – о зда́ниях (building)

Practice the examples of today’s lesson with the audio track.

The Prepositional case memo chart (plural) (you can find all the declension rules in the Russian declension chart):

gender ending Prepositional examples
all genders а/о
any consonant
other cases
-а/о +ах
-last letter +ях
луна́ – лу́нах
дом – до́мах
неде́ля – неде́лях

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2 comments on “119 – The Prepositional case with plural nouns”

  1. Lars says:

    So simple thank you!

  2. Türkan Kekeç says:

    İ would appreciate it if you could give a chat demonstrating adjective and nouna in PLURAL FORM

    Looking to nerini from you


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