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Russian Verbs – Perfective and Imperfective Aspects – Part 2 Posted by on Mar 30, 2011

What can be better than a grammar posts on such a complicated and confusing subject as Russian verbal aspects! Two posts on Russian verbal aspects, back-to-back! Today Maria is talking about exceptions to the rules. Russian grammar rules wouldn’t be rules if they were to have no exceptions. This is also true for perfective…

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Russian Verbs – Perfective and Imperfective Aspects Posted by on Mar 29, 2011

I firmly believe that the Russian blog has the most awesome readers ever! One of the many reasons you are the best is because of all the fantastic comments – thoughtful, well-researched, in-depth, and immensely helpful you leave on this blog.  33 (!) comments on my previous post about short forms of Russian adjectives are…

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How to Use Russian Short Form Adjectives Posted by on Mar 22, 2011

All who’re scared of grammar, raise your hands. Ok, maybe raising hands is not the best idea since it prevents me from typing and you – from scrolling through this post. Anyway, «грамматика» [grammar] can be intimidating. This goes for both learners of Russian as a second (or third or fourth) language and native Russian…

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Using the Instrumental Case, Part 1 Posted by on Mar 21, 2011

«Дорогие друзья» [Dear friends], I have a special relationship (for some reason, my phrasing there is reminding me of the “special relationship” between the United States and Great Britain) with «творительный падеж» [the instrumental case]. You see, back in the good old days when I was first starting to learn Russian, «учебник» [the textbook]…

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A Little Bit of Grammar: Irregular Plural Nouns Posted by on Mar 16, 2011

«Дорогие читатели» [Dear readers], «нам пора» [it is time] for us to do a little grammar. Some people love grammar, some hate it, but it is a necessity of learning a language.  Today we are going to talk about irregular plural nouns. Judging from the comments, we have readers of all levels, so I…

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