In the last two lessons we’ve learned and practiced such Russian words as можно, нельзя, надо, нужно, пора, должен. But all our examples were in the Present tense. In this lesson we’ll learn to use all these words in the Past and the Future tense.
Russian grammar constructions
In the previous lesson we have learned the Russian words можно and нельзя. This words express weither something is possible or allowed (or not). Today we’ll learn how to say that one “need”, “has to”, “must” or “should” do something.
Most likely, you are already familiar with the Russian words можно and нельзя. They are used to express if something is allowed or possible. Today we are looking at them in detail and giving you a lot of examples and exercises to practice their use and reinforce your knowledge.
Unlike English, where double negation is used sometimes in the conversational speech but still considered to be a wrong way of speaking, in Russian this is exactly how the Russians speak. Today we’ll learn about Russian double negation and look at some examples of its use.
Now, when we have learned Russian personal pronouns in the Genitive case, we can learn how to say “I have” in Russian. To do that, Russians use a very pecific construction which is very different from English.
In the previous lesson, we have learned how to compose the negative sentences. Today we will learn how to ask questions in Russian.
In this lesson we will learn how to form the negative sentences in the Russian language.