Relative Pronouns in Russian Language

We had talked about another type of pronoun in Russian language in the previous lesson. It was called Interrogative Pronouns in Russian Language. For now, we will talk about the next type of pronouns. It is Relative Pronouns. This type has the same pronouns like interrogative pronouns, such as: Кто ‘who, which’, Что ‘what, as, […]

Instrumental Case of Personal Pronouns in Russian Language

In Russian language, there are six cases: Именительный Падеж ‘Nominative Case’ (Nominative Case in Russian Language), Родительный Падеж ‘Genitive Case’, Дательный Падеж ‘Dative Case’, Винительный Падеж ‘Accusative Case’, Творительный Падеж ‘Instrumental Case’ and Предложный Падеж ‘Prepositional Case’. For this moment, we are going to talk about one of the cases in Russian language, Instrumental case, […]

Interrogative Pronouns in Russian Language

There are nine types of pronouns in Russian language. One of them is interrogative pronouns. When giving questions, we use interrogative pronouns to ask: Кто ‘who’, Что ‘what’, Чей ‘whose’, Какой ‘which’, Который ‘that (pronoun used to indicate a specific person or thing)’, and Сколько ‘how many’. Interrogative Pronouns I. When giving questions about persons […]

Negative Pronouns In Russian Language

How is your progress in learning Russian language? Have you learned about personal pronouns, demonstrative pronouns, and reflective pronouns?  If you already have, now let’s continue to learn about negative pronouns. As we know, the negative pronouns are used to describe the non-existence of the animate and inanimate objects. There are some negative pronouns in Russian […]

How To Use Demonstrative Pronouns In Russian Language

We use demonstrative pronouns to emphasize or point out the specific object. In Russian language, the words that have a function as demonstrative pronouns are Этот, Эта, Это  (this), and Тот, Та, То (that). Maybe you have ever heard these words before. Этот дом (This house) – Тот дом (That house) Эта книга (This book) […]

The Reflective Pronouns in Russian Language

When we talk about an object which is reflected the subject, we use reflective pronouns. We use the reflective pronouns in everyday conversation. Therefore, if it’s taken out of the sentence, it will sound weird and confusing. The reflective pronoun in the Russian language is not complicated, as long as you already have an understanding […]

Russian Personal Pronouns – All Form with Cases

Pronoun is a word that could replace noun in a sentence. Function of pronouns not only in writing but also talking to other people, it is useful for everyday bases so you don’t have to repeat a noun over and over again. Most language around the world have pronouns to be used, so is Russian. […]