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Russian Grammar You Really Need To Know
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  • : Meet the author
  • : Only got a minute?
  • : Only got 5 minutes?
  • : Only got 10 minutes?
  • : Introduction
  • Unit 1: Getting started
    • 1.1: The Cyrillic alphabet
    • 1.2: The stressed syllable
  • 1.3: Spelling rules
  • 1.4: Ten things to remember
  • Unit 2: Nouns
  • 2.1: Using nouns
  • 2.2: Gender of nouns
  • 2.3: Cases
  • 2.4: Nominative case - singular
  • 2.5: Nominative case - plural
  • 2.6: Nominative case - irregular plurals
  • 2.7: Accusative case - singular
  • 2.8: Accusative case - plural
  • 2.9: Accusative case - irregular plurals
  • 2.10: Genitive case - singular
  • 2.11: Genitive case - plural
  • 2.12: Genitive case - irregular plurals
  • 2.13: Dative case - singular
  • 2.14: Dative case - plural
  • 2.15: Instrumental case - singular
  • 2.16: Instrumental case - plural
  • 2.17: Prepositional case - singular
  • 2.18: Prepositional case - plural
  • 2.19: Six-case summary
  • 2.20: Ten things to remember
  • Unit 3: Adjectives (1)
  • 3.1: Using adjectives
  • 3.2: Cases and groups of adjectives
  • 3.3: Unstressed adjectives (nominative singular and plural)
  • 3.4: Stressed adjectives (nominative singular and plural)
  • 3.5: Soft adjectives
  • 3.6: Possessive adjectives (nominative singular and plural)
  • 3.7: Reflexive possessive adjectives (nominative singular and plural)
  • 3.8: Accusative singular of adjectives
  • 3.9: Accusative plural of adjectives
  • 3.10: Genitive singular of adjectives
  • 3.11: Genitive plural of adjectives
  • 3.12: Dative singular of adjectives
  • 3.13: Dative plural of adjectives
  • 3.14: Instrumental singular of adjectives
  • 3.15: Instrumental plural of adjectives
  • 3.16: Prepositional singular of adjectives
  • 3.17: Prepositional plural of adjectives
  • 3.18: Ten things to remember
  • Unit 4: Adjectives (2)
  • 4.1: Long and short forms of adjectives
  • 4.2: Comparative adjectives - long form
  • 4.3: Comparative adjectives - short form
  • 4.4: Comparative constructions with adjectives
  • 4.5: Superlative adjectives
  • 4.6: Ten things to remember
  • Unit 5: Adverbs
  • 5.1: Adverbs of manner
  • 5.2: Adverbs of time, place and extent
  • 5.3: Comparative adverbs
  • 5.4: Superlative adverbs
  • 5.5: Ten things to remember
  • Unit 6: Numerals
  • 6.1: Cardinal numerals
  • 6.2: Cardinal numerals - case endings
  • 6.3: Using cardinal numerals with nouns and adjectives
  • 6.4: Ordinal numerals
  • 6.5: Telling the time
  • 6.6: Dealing with dates
  • 6.7: Quantities, age and distance
  • 6.8: Ten things to remember
  • Unit 7: Pronouns
  • 7.1: Personal pronouns
  • 7.2: Possessive pronouns
  • 7.3: Interrogative pronouns
  • 7.4: Demonstrative pronouns
  • 7.5: Determinative pronouns
  • 7.6: Reflexive pronouns
  • 7.7: Relative pronouns
  • 7.8: Indefinite pronouns
  • 7.9: Ten things to remember
  • Unit 8: Verbs (1)
  • 8.1: Using verbs: the infinitive and the present tense
  • 8.2: Regular present tense
  • 8.3: Consonant changes in the present tense
  • 8.4: Irregular present tense
  • 8.5: The present tense of to be, to have, to be able, to want
  • 8.6: The present tense of reflexive verbs
  • 8.7: Ten things to remember
  • Unit 9: Verbs (2)
  • 9.1: Using verbs: the future and past tenses;
  • 9.2: Compound future
  • 9.3: Simple future
  • 9.4: Imperfective past
  • 9.5: Perfective past
  • 9.6: Ten things to remember
  • Unit 10: Verbs (3)
  • 10.1: Verbs of motion
  • 10.2: Conditions
  • 10.3: Imperatives (commands)
  • 10.4: Negatives
  • 10.5: Impersonal constructions
  • 10.6: Indirect statement and question
  • 10.7: Indirect command, wish and purpose (subjunctive)
  • 10.8: Conjunctions
  • 10.9: Ten things to remember
  • Unit 11: Prepositions
  • 11.1: Using prepositions
  • 11.2: Prepositions: place
  • 11.3: Prepositions: motion and direction
  • 11.4: Time
  • 11.5: Setting the scene
  • 11.6: Prepositions which follow verbs
  • 11.7: Ten things to remember
  • : Taking it further
  • : Key to exercises
  • : Glossary of grammatical terms

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About the Author

Daphne West has taught Russian for more than thirty years and is the author of six Russian courses for adults and students. She is a recipient of the Pushkin Medal for contributions to the teaching of Russian.

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