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SCHOOL EDITION Berlitz
Parts of Speech
Alphabet
Numbers
Cardinal Numbers
Ordinal Numbers
Collective Numbers
Nouns
Singular Nouns
Plural Nouns
Adjectives
Singular Adjectives
Plural Adjectives
Pronouns
Personal Pronouns
Possessive Pronouns in Nominative
Declension of Possessive Pronouns
Verbs
Verbs of Motion
Conjugated Verbs
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Declension of Singular Nouns
Declension of Singular Nouns
 
    Russian noun changes its ending depending on the number and case. There are 6 cases in Russian language.
Bellow is the table of declension of singular nouns.

 

Case
Masculine, Neuter Feminine
Nominative

кот, рубль, герой, окно, море, упражнение

ь   й  о   е

лампа, Мария, соль

а   я   ь

Genitive

кота, рубля, героя, окна, моря, упражнения

а    я

лампы, России, двери

ы   и  

Dative

коту, рублю, герою

у   ю

лампе, России, двери

е   и

Accusative Inanimate

лампу, Россию, дверь

у  ю  ь

as in Nominative
Instrumental

котом, рублём, героем

ым   им

лампой, Россией, дверью

ой   ей   ью

Prepositional

коте, рубле, герое,
море, упражнении

е   и

лампе, России, двери

е   и

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dear mahi, i share the same goal, i have been working on a list that will help make learning new languages easier save gammar, my list generly hold for about 200-300 word vocbulary but making a universal list for 300-1000 is that hard part i would be very so interested in your list and good luck

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0This question has been bohnreitg me for a while too, as I am getting linguistically dissipated. Grammar, phonology and so on are the fascinating part of a new language; the vocabulary is the burdensome part that falcon well smothers the joy of it all.Learner's word lists of the type you are asking about have been around for centuries. They are usuallly graded (the fifty or hundred elemental words, the next two or five hundred most vital, and so on).I'm also looking around right now for the one that seems most sensible, in order to settle on it and use it from now on with new languages. If you like, when I hit on it I'll send you the reference.

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