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SCHOOL EDITION Berlitz
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Declension of Possessive Pronouns
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Declension of Plural Adjectives
Declension of Plural Adjectives

 
падеж (Case)
род (Gender)
женский, мужской, средний (Masculine, Feminine, Neuter)
именительный
(Nominative)
ые – ие
серые столы
  маленькие окна
  русские книги
 
 
родительный (Genitive) 
ых – их
серых столов
маленьких окон
русских книг
 
 
дательный (Dative) 
ым – им
серым столам
маленьким окнам
русским книгам
 
 
 
винительный
(Accusative)
 
неодушевлённый (Inanimate)
  ые – ие
одушевлённый (Animate )
  ых – их
серые столы
маленькие окна
русские книги
больших мальчиков
красивых девочек
 
творительный (Instrumental) 
ыми – ими
серыми столами
маленькими окнами
русскими книгами
 
предложный (Prepositional)
ых – их
серых столах
маленьких окнах
русских книгах
 

As you can see from the table animate adjectives decline in the Accusative exactly like in the Genitive.

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Hobbitbabe, it does skip the vocative. I pieckd up a tune for chanting the declension endings from a different children's curriculum, and that one skips the vocative too. I don't know what Alex will do if she wants to apostrophize O forest I'll have to drop an e-mail to Magistra (the curriculum author makes herself available that way) and ask her why.Hm, I checked in the college text that I'm using myself, Wheelock's Latin. It teaches the vocative for the first and second declensions, but not the third through fifth.

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