Monday, April 06, 2015

Simple Extended Compound Sentences and Nonliving Nouns in Accusative Case



Simple Extended Compound Sentences and Nonliving Nouns in Accusative Case

This is a longer video on YouTube with information on simple and compound sentences that require the accusative case. This video covers what to do with feminine nouns and starts to talk about what happens with nouns that are inanimate objects.

This is a good page The Accusative Case (The object of a sentence) to reference when learning the rules of the accusative case in Russian.

Это Москва.
Я люблю Москву.

Memorizing what happens to a common word like Moscow in different cases is probably a great way to start memorizing the rules of the different cases in Russian.