The Difference of Using Есть and Иметь

In English we use the word ‘have’ or ‘has’ to describe something of ownership, “I have a book”, “He has a car”. What about the Russian language? Maybe some of you have heard the verbs “есть” and “иметь”. Although it looks similar, but there are differences in the use of these two verbs. You can find […]

Word Stress In Russian Language

Not all languages have stress. If your mother tongue has no stress marks, have you curious about the function of stress in a language? When you learn Russian as beginners and use a grammar book, you will find a stress symbol in every word. The stress or we called it as ударение (udarenyie) in Russian, has a function to make […]

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 Classification and Functions of Conjunctions in Russian

How is your progress in learning Russian? If you still find it difficult, you can visit 4 tips to learn Russian language effectively and easily. Well, now let’s learn about conjunctions in Russian language. As we know, a conjunction has a function to connect words or phrases and make the sentence flow smoothly. The common conjunctions in Russian language are: И, а (and), Но (but), Или (or), Что (that), […]

The Structure of Russian Names

If you have heard the Russian name for several times, whether from your Russian friends, the movies or books you have watched or read, you will be familiar with it. Maybe you already know that the full name of Russian is divided into three parts, these are the given name (имя), patronymic (фамилия), and surname […]