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This section consists of various short video lessons, which are to help the learners of Russian as a foreign language understand some basic grammatical structures of the language.

Данный раздел включает в себя ряд небольших видео уроков, направленных на то, чтобы помочь желающим изучать русский язык как иностранный понять некоторые базовые грамматические конструкции в этом языке.


Russian Cases

Introduction

Russian cases: IntroductionIntroduction to the cases of Russian Nouns. This is one of the video lessons on Russian as a Foreign Language by Maxim Achkasov.

Masculine nouns ending in a consonant

Russian cases: Masculine nouns ending in a consonantIn this episode the teacher talks about Russian cases and Masculine nouns ending in a consonant in particular.

Neuter nouns ending in '- ие'

Russian cases: Neuter nouns ending in '- ие'In this episode the teacher talks about Russian cases and Neuter nouns ending in '- ие' in particular.

Feminine nouns ending in a soft sign

Russian cases: Feminine nouns ending in a soft signIn this episode the teacher talks about Russian cases and Feminine nouns ending in a soft sign '- ь' in particular.

Feminine nouns ending in '- ия'

Russian cases: Feminine nouns ending in '- ия'In this episode the teacher talks about Russian cases and Feminine nouns ending in '- ия' in particular.

Feminine nouns ending in '- a'

Russian cases: Feminine nouns ending in '- a'This video is to offer a brief introduction to the use of Russian cases: я, ты, он, она (I, you, he, she). Maxim Achkasov shortly explains how different forms of these pronouns may be used in sentences by providing some simple examples.

Masculine nouns ending in a soft sign '- ь'

Russian cases: Masculine nouns ending in a soft sign '- ь'In this episode the teacher talks about Russian cases and Masculine nouns ending in a soft sign '- ь' in particular.

Neuter nouns ending in '- O'

Russian cases: Neuter nouns ending in '- O'In this episode the teacher talks about Russian cases and Neuter nouns ending in '- o' in particular.

Adjectives with a hard ending

Russian cases:  Adjectives with a hard endingIn this episode the teacher talks about Russian cases and Adjectives with a hard ending in particular.

Adjectives with a soft ending

Russian cases:  Adjectives with a soft endingIn this episode the teacher talks about Russian cases and Adjectives with a soft ending in particular.


Russian Pronouns

Russian pronouns: я, ты, он, она

Russian pronouns: я, ты, он, онаThis video is to offer a brief introduction to the use of Russian pronouns: я, ты, он, она (I, you, he, she). Maxim Achkasov shortly explains how different forms of these pronouns may be used in sentences by providing some simple examples.

Russian pronouns: этот, эта, это, эти

Russian pronouns: этот, эта, это, этиThis video is to offer a brief introduction to the use of Russian pronouns: этот, эта, это, эти (this / these). Maxim Achkasov shortly explains how different forms of these pronouns may be used in sentences by providing some simple examples.

Russian pronouns: оно, мы, вы, они

Russian pronouns: оно, мы, вы, ониThis video is to offer a brief introduction to the use of Russian pronouns: оно, мы, вы, они (it, we, you, they). Maxim Achkasov shortly explains how different forms of these pronouns may be used in sentences by providing some simple examples.

Russian pronouns: тот, та, то, те

Russian pronouns: тот, та, то, теThis video is to offer a brief introduction to the use of Russian pronouns: тот, та, то, те (that / those). Maxim Achkasov shortly explains how different forms of these pronouns may be used in sentences by providing some simple examples.


Russian Possessives

Russian Possessives: Ваш, наш

Russian language: Possessives (Ваш, наш)This video is to give examples of how we use personal pronouns (possessive form) in different cases, gender, and number of Russian language. Maxim Achkasov draws attention to the possessives: Ваш, наш.

Russian Possessives: Мой, твой, свой

Russian language: Possessives (Мой, твой, свой)This video is to give examples of how we use personal pronouns (possessive form) in different cases, gender, and number of Russian language. Maxim Achkasov draws attention to the possessives: Мой, твой, свой.