Categories: "Animals" or "Birds" or "Bugs" or "Cats" or "Dogs" or "Other creepie-crawlies"

Готовить/приготовить, часть вторая

January 13th, 2015 — posted by Don
The verb готовоить/приготовить means ‘to prepare’ in the sense of preparing food, in other words ‘to cook.’ It conjugates like this. to prepare Imperfective Perfective Infinitive готовить приготовить Past готовил готовила готовило… more »

Пчела

October 1st, 2014 — posted by Natasha
The Russian word пчела means 'bee'. It is end-stressed in the singular and root stressed in the plural. It declines like so: SgPl Nomпчелапчёлы Accпчелупчёл Genпчелыпчёл Preпчелепчёлах Datпчелепчёлам Insпчелойпчёлах By Emran Kassim via Wikimedia… more »

Белка

September 23rd, 2014 — posted by Evgeny
The Russian word белка means ‘squirrel’. It declines like so:     Sg Pl Nom     Acc     Gen     Pre     Dat     Ins     more »

Крыса

March 26th, 2014 — posted by Natasha
The Russian word крыса means 'rat,' as in the animal. It declines as such: SgPl Nomкрысакрысы Accкрысукрыс Genкрысыкрыс Preкрысекрысах Datкрысекрысам Insкрысойкрысами Photo Credit: vadim.tk (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons Here… more »

Кот

September 16th, 2013 — posted by Don
Russian has a word кот which means a male cat, in other words what we in English would call a tomcat. It's an end-stressed word, which means it always has the stress on the first syllable of the grammatical ending, if there is one, and on the last… more »