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What are the adjective-making suffixes for neutral, feminine and masculine nouns in Russian ?

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Base language: English
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    он (masc.)
    1. word ends with consonant (-м,-л,-ш,-р etc) + -й
    доМ-house
    стоЛ-table
    карандаШ- pencil
    музеЙ - museum
    чаЙ - tea
    трамваЙ - tram
    2. some words which finish with "Ь", necessary to learn them, for example:
    словарь - dictionary
    календарь - calendar
    день - day
    рубль - rouble
    always masc. if -ЛЬ, -ТЕЛЬ:
    учитель - teacher
    портфель - bag
    Кремль - Kremlin
    рояль - piano
    3. Exceptions:
    папа - father, дядя - uncle, дедушка - grandad, мужчина - man

    ОНА (femin.):
    1. -"А", "-Я", "-ИЯ":
    ручкА - pen
    кошкА - cat
    семьЯ - family
    лекцИЯ - lecture
    исторИЯ - history
    2. "-Ь" (necessary to learn) + "-ОСТЬ"
    тетрадЬ - notebook
    площадЬ - square
    мебелЬ - furniture
    радОСТЬ - joy
    молодОСТЬ - youth
    новОСТЬ - news
    скорОСТЬ - speed

    ОНО ( neuter):
    1. "-О", "-Е". "-ИЕ", "-МЯ"
    окнО - window
    письмО - letter
    морЕ - sea
    летО - summer
    платьЕ - dress
    зданИЕ - building
    плаМЯ - flame
    иМЯ - name
    вреМЯ - time

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