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Привет! В этот понедельник… the letter-post will be really short. 📅 Gerund in Russian First, I just remind you that May 24 was Slavic Writing and Culture Day. Slavic languages, one of them Russian, are considered to be among the most difficult, but if you love logic and are patient enough, you can master them. The biggest obstacle in your way will actually be the internet and an endless amount of incorrect information. Now why is this post short today. There is no gerund in Russian. Your teacher may say it's LIKE a gerund, trying to give you an understandable comparison, but nothing more. What you might find useful to learn if you want to read Russian literature -- participles and adverbial participles. These names are really useful, they will help you figure out how they work. So, the new filter is how to find a teacher. If they tell you about gerunds in Russian - leave, if they find the endings of the adverbial participles, you'd better leave again. This is not for the faint of heart. You can't help people who couldn't study the school curriculum, but you can help yourself and learn how to study difficult topics more easily. If you’ve already studied participles and adverbial participles you can check them here. https://teach.italki.com/creator/quiz/quizset/9582 _____________ If you don't want to spend years learning Russian, and then years more to learn it correctly, but just achieve your goal on time, you can check my schedule - I'm always glad to help anyone who really wants to learn. 🤟
Слушая подкаст, студент делал заметки. 🎧 Слушая is
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