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How do noun endings change based on their role in a sentence? How do you navigate the 6 cases (and 3 declensions) of nouns? How can you make sense of those pesky Russian endings? Don't worry, a look through this article and a little practice can make you a declension champ.

Jul 2, 2014 12:00 AM
Comments · 7

Hello! I know nothing about Russian yet, except maybe так and хорошо (which are words frequently used by my students) so this is too advance for me, but I'm glad there is finally a Russian section in the italki articles! I look forward to a little introduction piece one day!

July 3, 2014

Очень полезно почитать даже русскому человеку, не говоря уж о иностранцах. Молодец!

July 3, 2014

Большое спасибо! Thank you very much for this information.

October 9, 2015

I am going to have exam tomorrow on this all :-( 

For genitive plural, teacher gave us rules very practical about accent and ending of each words

Eg female 

копейка=копеек because you have vowel й and consonant so й becomes e

June 14, 2015

Thank you Vadim for this great article! It's very helpful and comprehensive though I wish there were examples for each case that would clarify the use of each case. Let us know if you are considering an update with example ;p 

November 28, 2016
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