Category: "Adverbs of motion & location"

Домой

January 24th, 2011 — posted by Don
There are three words that native speakers of English often confuse at first in their studies of Russian: The first one of those is дома, which is an adverb that means “at home.” It never changes its endings. The second is домой, which is an adverb… more »

Слева

July 1st, 2010 — posted by Don
One of the words you use in Russian to describe where something is located is the adverb слева, which can be translated "on the left" or "on the left-hand side." When you get experience your first Russian-language tours in Russia, your tour guide will… more »

Справа

June 25th, 2010 — posted by Don
One of the words you use in Russian to describe where something is located is the adverb справа, which can be translated "on the right" or "on the right-hand side." When you experience your first Russian-language tours in Russia, your tour guide will… more »

В гостях

April 14th, 2010 — posted by Don
The second important phrase in Russian that deals with visiting is «в гостях». It is a location phrase, which means it is used with location verbs, not motion verbs. In Russian when you are at someone's home or office, you express that idea with the… more »

В гости

April 13th, 2010 — posted by Don
One of the important phrases in Russian that deals with visiting is «в гости». It is a motion phrase, which means it is used with motion verbs, not location verbs. In Russian when you go to someone's home or office, you express that idea with the… more »