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3 models of ‘И’ – 2nd conjugation of Russian verbs

2nd conjugation russian
What a difference is between Russian verbs ‘любить’ and ‘нравиться’? ‘любить’-to love, to like, to be fond of, to grow fond of (more intensely than нравиться) ‘нравиться’-to like (the person who likes is the object of the verb), to please.   http://lightrussian.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Onegin.mp3   “Чем меньше женщину мы любим, Тем легче нравимся мы ей. И тем её вернее губим Средь обольстительных сетей.” А. Пушкин, Евгений Онегин “The less we ever love a woman, The more we are liked by her, And more… | Read more

5 models of 1Е conjugation of Russian verbs

1Е conjugation of Russian verbs
Let’s take a closer look  at 1Е conjugation of Russian verbs I think that you think in foreign language, but you want to think in Russian 🙂 . You will understand soon that conjugation of russian verbs is easy. Я думаю, что ты думаешь на иностранном языке, но хочешь думать и говорить на русском языке 🙂 . Скоро ты поймёшь, что спрягать русские глаголы несложно.  You learned already that Russian verbs are 1 (E) or 2 (I) conjugation. Мы уже узнали, что глаголы бывают 1 (Е) или 2 (И) спряжения The verbs of Group E may be divided for 5 models by forms of their stems and… | Read more

Conjugation of Russian verbs

Let’s learn the Conjugation of Russian verbs The infinitive of Russian verbs has a question «Что делать» = “What to do?” and generally ends in “ТЬ”. It looks like “to” in the beginning of English infinitive:  чита́ть = to read. We learned about forming of past and complex future tenses in the article about verb “быть”= “to be”. You need to remove “-ТЬ” and to add the verbal ending in present tense, depending on the letter preceding -ТЬ. If the verb has the letter “и” before “-ТЬ”, the verb is being to group II (И). If there is any other vowel (a, о, у, е…) before “-ТЬ”, the verb is being to group I (E).  1 спряжение-группа Е.  Look at the first and main subgroup… | Read more