Russian grammar

Russian grammar book with English explanations and exercise for beginners?

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Hello! What grammar book with English explanations and exercise can you recommend for beginners? Thank you!...

Subjunctive mood in the Russian language?

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Hello !I wonder, if there is a subjunctive mood in the Russian language, and if so, how it forms....

How can I know when the word is written with A or with O? How to distinguish them?

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Hi. I'm studying Russian on my own, it's difficult but I'll get it. One of my many questions is how can I know when the word is written with A...

У меня VS У меня есть

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Please see the questions below. Are both questions right? If so, is there a difference in meaning? Question 1: У тебя есть интересная книга? Question 2: У тебя интересная книга? Thanks!...

Abbreviations of Russian grammar terms

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I am looking for abbreviations for grammatical terms in Russian. can you direct me to a source. all my dictionaries give abbreviations for the English terms but not the Russian....

Meaning of "Не бойся собаки, что лает, а бойся той, что молчит да хвостом виляет"

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"Не бойся собаки, что лает, а бойся той, что молчит да хвостом виляет" Can you explain that что-construction in the proverb above? I know that there is another version with reads...

Prepositional Case in Russian

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If you want to learn Russian or already learning it, you should know that there are six cases in the Russian language. Prepositional by a lot of the Russian teachers...

Accusative Case in Russian

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If you already started to learn Russian, you probably know that there are six cases in the Russian language. Accusative case, along with the Prepositional, by a lot of the...

Dative case in Russian

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In most of the Russian courses, the Russian Dative case is the one you learn in the first weeks when you start talking about age (- Сколько тебе лет? –...