Russian adverbs

Comparative adjectives and adverbs

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Did you know that the regular comparative form of Russian adjectives and adverbs can both end in - ее and -ей? The second ending is normally used ij colloquial speech. Беги...

The Difference Between "справа" and "направо"

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Did you know that we use two different adverbs to say "on the right" and " on the left" as a place and "go right" and "go left" as a...

Russian Adverbs "once", "twice", etc.

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Did you know that there are different ways of saying "once", "twice", "three times" and "four times"? You can use a numeral with a noun, for example, один раз, два...

Difference between снова, опять and ещё раз

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Did you know that we have 3 words that express "again" in the Russian language? Опять and снова both mean "again", but опять has a slightly negative meaning, снова is neutral....

Наверно and наверное

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Did you know that both наверно and наверное mean "perhaps" or "maybe", they are synonyms. Наверно is more used in colloquial speech. For example, Наверное, Петя опоздает. Petya will probably come late. Катя не...

Russian Adverbs здесь and тут

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Did you know that in Russian we have two words that mean “here”?  Здесь and тут are basically synonyms, they both express “here”. Тут is more informal and colloquial, while здесь...

Russian Word уже

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Did you know that the Russian word уже́ can be both an adverb of time or a participle depending on the context? We refer to уже́ as an adverb when...

Difference between куда and где

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Did you know that in Russian we have two question words that define location? These are где and куда. They are used in the same way but have a slightly...

Russian Adverbs нигде and негде

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Do you know the difference between Russian adverbs нигде and негде? Both of them can be translated as “nowhere”, but the latter has an additional meaning “there is no space...