Accusative case in Russian
We have learned a lot about the Accusative case in Russian. To finish with it for now, today we will learn and practice the Russian demonstrative pronouns (“this” and “that” in English) in the Accusative case:
After the personal pronouns in the Accusative case, let’s have a look at the possessive pronouns.
A few previous lessons we have dedicated to the nouns in the Accusative case. Today we start looking at the pronouns in the Accusative and this lesson is dedicated to the personal pronouns. The good news is that the personal pronouns in the Accusative case look exactly the same as in the Genitive.
Let’s go back to the Accusative case and learn to form it with the Russian nouns in plural.
Today we are learning the Accusative case of neuter singular nouns and we have a great news for you – Russian singular neuter nouns don’t change in the Accusative case!
Today we are learning how to form the Accusative case with feminine singular nouns.
This lesson we dedicate to forming the Accusative case of masculine singular nouns.
In the previous lessons we have already learned about the Nominative case, Genitive case, and Dative case in the Russian language. Today we are starting a series of lessons dedicated to the Accusative case, and this is the first introduction lesson.