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.
We have already covered the Nominative, Genitive, Dative and Accusative cases in the Russian language.
In this lesson we start learning the Instrumental case. Today we’ll give you a general explanation of the Instumental case, the prepositions its used with, and some examples.
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.
After a little break, we continue studying the Russian cases. During the course of several previous lessons, we have learned about the Genitive case and how it affects the endings of the nouns. Today we start learning the Dative case.
In the previous lesson we introduced you to the case system in the Russian language. We also learned that the initial (dictionary) form of Russian nouns is called the Nominative case. Today we are starting with the Genitive case.
Today, we start a large and complicated topic of the Russian grammatical cases. It might look daunting in the beginning, but don’t worry. We will walk you through all of them step by step and help you to master them all. So let’s begin.