Russian Cases

How and When to Use the Russian Prepositional Case
As far as Russian cases go, the prepositional case isn't all that bad. The noun endings are simple with next[...]
Intro to the Russian Dative Case
If I'm honest the dative case was one of the most challenging cases for me to use when I first[...]
Decoding the 6 Russian Cases: A Beginner’s Guide
When I started learning Russian, I had never even heard of cases and I definitely didn’t know that Russian had[...]
Russian Nouns in the Instrumental Case (How to Guide)
Я пью кофе с молоком.I drink coffee with milk.Ольга разговаривала с Борисом.Olga was talking with Boris.Они говорили с родителями.They spoke[...]
Using the Russian Genitive Case for Attribution and Possession
In this post we'll discuss one of the most common uses of the genitive case in Russian: expressing attribution or[...]
Intro to the Russian Accusative Case
Word order matters a lot in English. If we change the word order of an English sentence, its meaning could[...]
Russian Nouns in the Genitive Singular
In this post we take a look at the endings of singular nouns in the genitive case. The genitive case[...]