30 the easiest for memorizing Verbs

A lot of English verbs came into the Russian language that’s why it is so easy to memorize them. Everything you have to do is just adding the suffix ова (sometimes ирова) and the infinitive ending ть to the English verb.

ENGLISH VERB + (ИР) ОВА + ТЬ

1. ОрганизовАть – to organize

2. РекомендовАть – to recommend

3. ТренировАть – to train

4. ПрактиковАть – to practice

5. АтаковАть – to attack

6.  ФлиртовАть – to flirt Continue reading 30 the easiest for memorizing Verbs

50 the most important Russian Verbs you need to know

Today I’d like to post the list of verbs which we use the most often in everyday life. Using of these verbs will allow you to  communicate in Russian more effectively. The letters in bold  of the verbs show you  the stress syllables.


1. Думать  to think
2. Знать –to know
3. Понимать to understand
4. Идти to go on foot
5. Ехать  to go by transport
6. Делать – to do, to make
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Ordinal Numbers

For better understanding ordinal numbers you need to know the difference between cardinals and ordinals. We use cardinal numbers when we count things (1, 2, 3 ect). An ordinal number is an adjective describing place of an object in certain order (this is my first lesson, that was our second date). So if ordinals are the same with adjectives – they should have the same endings. To make an ordinal number you need to take a cardinal number and to add  one of these endings: -ый / -ая / -ое / – ые (depending on a gender of noun you’re describing). Continue reading Ordinal Numbers

Numbers 10 – 1000

First of all you need to memorize the most important simple numbers because all other more complicated numbers include them.

After you have learned numbers 0-12 you can go further.

Look at the numbers 11 – 19.  Everything you have to do is just to add the ending – надцать /`na-tsat’/ . We don’t pronounce “д“, it is silent here.

1 (один) –  11 (одиннадцать)

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And pay your attention to the 12 (двЕнадцаь, not двАнадцать)
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