89 Basic Russian Phrases for Beginner Russian Learners

Imagine traveling to Russia and not knowing a single Russian word. You’re stuck in a bus in a grey Moscow suburb going to your hotel, and want to

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3 Unexpected Benefits of the Random Russian Sentence Structure

The Russian sentence structure is awesome: My uncle me asked to him salt to pass. That sounds wacky. But in Russian it’s a correct sentence if we keep

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The 63 Most Common Russian Prepositions (+ Examples)

Russian prepositions are more difficult than their English counterparts. Why? Because you need to remember the correct case for each preposition... List of Russian prepositions + examples Each

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All the Russian Possessive Pronouns in 1 Clear ‘Cheatsheet’

There are 168 Russian possessive pronouns. That’s a LOT to remember. But with some simple tricks you can learn them ALL in around 10 minutes. Curious how? Continue

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Step-by-Step Plan to Learn the Russian Prepositional Case in 20 Minutes

The Russian prepositional case is the easiest Russian case: If you see one of the three prepositions в, на or о ——–> add е to the end of

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Learn the Russian Instrumental Case [30+ Helpful Examples]

It’s a good idea to learn the Russian instrumental case as the last Russian case. мы с моей девушкой едим в хорошем ресторане – me and my girlfriend

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Learn the Russian Nominative Case [Takes You Less Than 30 Minutes]

I didn’t even know what the Russian nominative case was until several months into learning Russian. Cause let’s face it: if you know that the subject of a

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How to Learn the Russian Accusative Case Quickly (5 Steps)

The Russian accusative case was the first ‘real’ case I learned 5 years ago. I just learned the phrase: I want to drink beer (я хочу пить пиво)

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Learn the Russian Days of the Week (Explanation + Simple Examples)

The Russian days of the week may seem quite scary.  After all, they sound completely different than the English ones. Also, if you want to say something simple

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Russian pronouns are easier than you think (complete tables + examples)

Did you know that if you count ALL the Russian pronouns together… … you’ll find more than 260 pronouns? That’s a lot of pronouns that you need to

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