Category: "S"

С — часть третья (with)

August 6th, 2010 — posted by Don
Growing up in the US, children commonly say things like "Me and Johnny went to the store." Although it sounds perfectly normal to many people, it is considered terrible written style (and also bad style for public speaking), and grade-school teachers… more »

С — часть вторая (with)

August 5th, 2010 — posted by Don
We mentioned the other day that the preposition "с" + the instrumental case means "with." There is another context where it means "with," but we don't translate it as "with," and that is when two nouns are joined together as the subject (or object) of… more »

С — часть первая (with)

August 4th, 2010 — posted by Don
The preposition "с" has several meanings and can be used with several cases. When "с" means "with" it is followed by the instrumental case: Я работаю с девушкой, которая говорит на четырёх языках. I work with a woman who speaks four languages. —… more »


December 22nd, 2009 — posted by Don
The word он is a personal pronoun that declines like this: Sg Nomон Acc(н)его Gen(н)его Preнём Dat(н)ему Ins(н)им The «н» versions of the pronoun occur when the pronoun is the object of a preposition. Он refers to masculine singular nouns, which… more »