Russian personal pronouns
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.
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.
In today’s lesson we are learning the Russian personal pronouns in the Dative case.
Last three lessons we dedicated to forming the Genitive case with masculine, feminine and neuter singular Russian nouns.
But as you might have already noticed, not only nouns change their form in different cases but the pronouns as well. Today we’ll learn the Russian personal pronouns in the Genitive and practice their use.
For the past nine lessons we have learned the Russian alphabet and pronunciation rules, as well as practiced to read some Russian words. Today we move over to the Russian grammar. First things first, let’s learn how to say ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘they’ etc. In other words, today’s lesson we dedicate to Russian personal pronouns.