Friendly Russian: Learning How to Read & Write in Russian

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Chapter 3: Table of Contents

Objectives

This very short chapter, consisting of three lessons only, deals with the Russian verb. You’ll be shown the differences of  two existing conjugations – the 1st  and the 2nd, and will learn how to conjugate Russian verbs, i.e. to correlate their forms with personal pronouns – я, ты, он, мы, etc.

You will see how the double negative works in the language and when and how to use it. With verbs, the world around you will begin to acquire dynamic quality.

The Survival Kit will teach you how to ask about directions and how to give directions, what is the best way to start any kind of information seeking from a person, how to ask permission and how to ask people not to do something.

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