Learn the Genitive case of Russian nouns, pronouns and adjectives with our free online Russian grammar and vocabulary course for beginners. Every lesson comes along with an audio file recorded by a native Russian speaker.
Do you remember the spelling rules we learned some time ago? The adjectives we are going to learn today are in the separated group only because we have to follow those spelling rules when declining them.
In the last lesson we’ve covered the declension of Russian hard-ending adjectives. Today we’ll have a look at the declension of soft-ending adjectives.
During the previous lessons we’ve learned six Russian grammatical cases and how to change nouns and pronouns when using them. Today we move to the adjectives and will have a look at how they are used and change in different cases.
As we said before, we’ll have to come back to the Genitive case a few times. This time let’s look at the possessive pronouns in Genitive.
We are done with the most of Genitive case for now, although will come back to it later a few times. This is a recap lesson about the Genitive with plural nouns, to recall what you’ve learned and help you to reinforce this knowledge.