The difference between Идти and Ходить as Russian Verbs of Motion

Verbs that show motion are called Verbs of Motion. We suggest you to find list of Russian motion verbs also. In between the list of verbs of motion, you will find the number one list words are Идти and Ходить. Both Идти and Ходить have a same meaning which are go/walk by foot. What makes them […]

Prefix – “За” In Russian Verbs of Motion

When we are talking about Russian grammar  especially verbs, we will find that one infinitive verb may consisted of conjugations with subjects and which you could see about related information further in conjugation in Russian language, the aspect whether it’s in perfective or imperfective, Russian tenses (past, present or future), with or without prefixes and others. […]

The List Of Russian Verbs of Motion Without Prefixes

As we have been talked on the previous article about List of Russian Verbs of Motion, which explained some Russian verbs including regular and irregular forms, now in this section we are going to give you information about The List of Russian Verbs of Motion Without Prefixes. In Russian language, Verbs in Russian Language are contained with […]

The Genitive Case of Russian Adjectives

In the previous post, we have learned how to change nominative case of nouns to genitive case of Russian nouns. Have you remembered the formula? If you want to create more complex sentences using adjectives, you need to learn the formula of adjectives as well. The function of adjectives in the genitive case is to describe […]

The Genitive Case of Russian Nouns

For the first time learning Russian language, many beginners are confused about how to make verb conjugations and noun formulas. Maybe It looks complicated, but if you learn it step by step you will understand it better. After a dative, accusative, and prepositional case, the topic for today is still related to the Russian case. Let’s learn […]

The Accusative Case of Russian Adjectives

In a previous post, we have learned about the instrumental case of Russian nouns. If you’ve already familiar with the formulas and can create sentences using this case, let’s continue learning more about the adjective as well. The accusative case of Russian adjective has a function to describe a noun from a direct object. Just […]

The Accusative Case of Russian Nouns

Different from the dative case that used to describe indirect object, we use accusative cases to describe or show the direct object. The accusative case often follow the questions: What? and whom? In Russian language those are: Что? and Кого? The Accusative case of Russian Nouns function is to indicate the activity or action of […]

The Instrumental Case of Russian Nouns

If you want to learn basic Russian language, you can just learn some idioms and phrases. But, if your goal is to master the Russian language, you must have a good understanding of Russian grammar. You can learn one by one aspect of the Russian language, such as the perfective, imperfective aspect, adjective, and Russian cases […]

The List of Russian Verbs of Motion

There are some differences between Russian language and other languages. For example, in Russian language there is a group of verbs that show motion. Yup, the verbs of motion are categorized in one group. Okay, let’s start the lesson about the verbs. Here are some lists of Russian verbs of motion, regular and irregular verbs. […]

The Instrumental Case of Adjectives in Russian Language

To mastering the Russian language, it is important to have a good understanding of the nominative, genitive, accusative, dative, instrumental, and prepositional cases. For now, let’s learn about the instrumental case of adjectives. The instrumental case is used to show an action or describe the profession. It’s use after prepositions like c (with), между (between), […]