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Russian Lesson 11


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Russian Lesson 11 - Nouns (Part 1)


A few days ago we had our first look at Russian nouns, and we pointed out that the ending of the adjective "favorite" changed depending on the gender of the noun it was describing.

Today we expand on this concept and take a look at the 3 types of nouns - masculine, feminine and neuter. The general rule is:


Masculine
nouns end in a consonant;

Feminine
nouns end in -a or -ya; and

Neuter
nouns end in -o, or sometimes -e.


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Russian Lesson 11



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More on Nouns
- Refer to our page on Russian nouns for more detail on nouns and their endings.



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