Learn Russian grammar with our free online Russian lessons for beginners. Every lesson comes along with an audio file recorded by a native Russian speaker.
These lessons cover the most important Russian grammar points, starting from the Russian alphabet.
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In the course of our lessons we have covered five Russian grammatical cases: Nominative, Genitive, Dative, Accusative, and Instrumental. There is only one case left – the Prepositional, and today we start learning exactly that.
If you were following our lessons, you shoud be able to use both Russian ordinal and cardinal numerals. You will need that knowledge for today’s lesson where we learn how to form fractions (дро́би) in Russian.
You’ve already come across some Russian reflexive verbs in our lessons (нравиться, казаться) – the verbs that end in -ся (or -сь). Today let’s look at the reflexive verbs in more details and practice their use.
In the previous lesson we’ve covered the Russian personal pronouns in the Instrumental case. Today let’s learn how the possessive pronouns change in the Instrumental case:
In the course of the last few lessons we have learned how to form the Instrumental case with Russian nouns. Today we will have a look at the personal pronouns in the Instrumental case.