Sunday, March 15, 2015

Russian Grammar Lesson 1: Gender of Nouns Part 1



A quick video going over the basic rules of gender of nouns in Russian grammar. There are three genders: masculine, feminine and neuter. To determine the noun's gender it is (almost) as easy as looking at the last letter. Exceptions will be discussed in another video which you can find a link to in the description of that video on YouTube.

Masculine Nouns
end in a consonant

end in - й

телевизор
журнал
чай


Feminine Nouns
end in - a

end in - я

мамa
книга
таможня


Neuter Nouns
end in -
оend in - е

облако
окно
платье