20 Facts About Russian Language

  • Published on Nov 11, 2014
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  • Kitulous
    Kitulous Year ago

    Actually, Russian doesn't have a future tense. We form it analytically by adding a word 'буду' ('будешь', 'будет', etc) and an infinitive OR we can form it syntactically by making a present imperfect verb perfect, that is 'хожу'-'схожу', 'иду'-'пойду'.

    • Kitulous
      Kitulous Year ago +1

      DnWn actually, you're right. English has only present (bare infinitive) and past tenses, and a gerund. Other tenses are formed analytically.

    • DnWn
      DnWn  Year ago

      Ehm, then there is no future tense in English, either.

  • Андрей Желтяк

    If there is anyone alive: soft and hard signs are "short e" and "short o" historically. From that point it's easier to understand how they work.

  • Alexandra Vykhrystuk
    Alexandra Vykhrystuk 2 years ago +1

    Русское правописание не такое уж простое. Это только если с английским сравнивать. В чем-то похоже на французское (но проще), нужно знать грамматику, чтоб писать правильно. Меч/Речь например.

    • Kitulous
      Kitulous Year ago

      Меч 2-го склонения (м.р. без окончания -а/-я), речь 3-го (ж.р. с окончанием -ь). Во 2м склонении ь не пишется, а в 3м пишется.