Russian Cases Conjugation Sheets for Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives

Russian Cases Conjugation Sheets for Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives

Russian Cases Conjugation Sheets for Nouns

Russian Cases Conjugation Sheets for Nouns

Nouns

(HOW TO USE)
 

In the each box. There are two mini-columns.
The left is what the noun ends in, the right is what to add or replace.

Example:
Nominative masculine Plural;
-cons +ы
-й «и
-ь «и

"cons" means consonant
- means 'ending in'
+ means 'add on'
« means 'replace with'

eg:
Кот to masc. plural
It ends in consonant, so add ы
Коты - masculine plural of Кот

remember spelling rules:
Волк to masc. plural
It ends in consonant, so add ы
Волк+ы = Волки (from basic spelling rules)

 

Russian Cases Conjugation Sheets for Pronouns

 

Russian Cases Conjugation Sheets for Pronouns

 

Personal Pronouns^ & Possessive pronouns!

Who, what, whose conjugated^ and a very not detailed explanation of какой and который

 

Свой это то^ conjugated, got lazy with the accents ;p

 

Adjectives endings! (click)

 

 

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