Pronoun СВОЙ in Russian language: how and when to use


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  • Randy Corliss
    Randy Corliss 13 days ago

    I wonder what your thoughts are about a persons age in regards to learning a new language. I am almost 46 years old and want to learn Russian. Do you think my age is too old to learn Russian.

  • mostafa hoseini
    mostafa hoseini Month ago

    #Помой свою машину!#🚗🚘🚙 это полезное предложение!

  • videosman
    videosman Month ago

    thank you very much

  • José Matias
    José Matias Month ago +1

    very good lesson, bolshoi spaciba.
    kises from Brasil.

  • Zulkifli Jamil
    Zulkifli Jamil 3 months ago

    This is an absolutely beautiful video. I love it. And very useful lessons.

  • Eunice .A Asamoah
    Eunice .A Asamoah 5 months ago

    brilliant lesson, thanks

  • Mohammad Minaiyan
    Mohammad Minaiyan 6 months ago


  • Dirar Hasan
    Dirar Hasan 6 months ago +1

    I have been in Russia 10 months ago, i suffered so much from them, but now (всё хорошо ) спасибо 😊

  • Aftab Sarwar
    Aftab Sarwar 6 months ago +1

    Я изучаю свою книгу. Я не изучаю твою книгу. Мне нужно прочитать эту книгу. Афтаб из Пакистана.

  • sophie m
    sophie m 6 months ago

    is there a place to hear this whole table with a native speaker?

  • sophie m
    sophie m 6 months ago

    could you go over the у pronoun used when saying " I have "
    у меня есть . Im so confused on about what the y is and does in this phrase

  • Siiello
    Siiello 8 months ago

    great lesson thank you!!

  • vistagraphsnet
    vistagraphsnet 9 months ago

    "shoul be my office should be should not shoul - hehe

  • Evangelista Costa
    Evangelista Costa 10 months ago

    Muito bom! Parabéns!

  • 1brianescobar
    1brianescobar 10 months ago

    Аааааа! Поняятно! Так, щас я лучше понимаю (ну я надеюсь). Я до сих пор не понял когда мне нужно было использовать "свой" или "твой" или другие местоимения.
    Так значит я могу сказать: Скажи мне твой номер телефону.
    Но лучше сказать: Скажи мне свой номер телефону. Да?
    Thank you!!

    • Ансамбль Бегемотиков
      Ансамбль Бегемотиков 9 months ago +1

      нет(no) телефонА! а не телефонУ) много написал, молодец👍(biged you read, you good) i not(bad) speak English. sorry..

  • peter blandings
    peter blandings 11 months ago +1

    you are a wonderful teacher. excellent lessons. thank you.

  • qutrg
    qutrg 11 months ago +1

    Very informative video, thank you. And I like how the color of your lipstick and blouse match ))

  • fisal abdsalam
    fisal abdsalam Year ago

    I love your lessons

  • Paraiso Andaluz | Puenting y Aventura | Oficinas

    Great lesson! Very helpful! Thanks from Spain!

  • Fact Finder
    Fact Finder Year ago +6

    Simply one of the best bilingual lessons on the topic available on TVclip.

  • Rasvadok
    Rasvadok Year ago

    Мне понятно это Русски урок. Я не забыл своё исследование по вечером и и я медленно ловил идиому шаг за шагом с моим прекрасным учителем ... Она показывает мне свои ключи, чтобы открыть секреты русского слова ... Большое спасибо Ника.

  • forrest gump
    forrest gump Year ago

    Get-R-Done Nika.

  • 2ndTim32
    2ndTim32 Year ago

    Not sure how I am going to remember this one

  • Nick Stanbridge
    Nick Stanbridge Year ago

    Thank you, this is very helpful!

  • Super Rock School

    Awesome! Thanks for the practical and easy to understand sentences explaining this topic. It really helped! But.... why can't the dog have a friend too?! I'm sure dogs have friends. A little joke. Thanks for this great lesson.

  • Juarez Lopes
    Juarez Lopes Year ago

    Thanks, dear! Excellent lesson!

  • Chris & Angel Phillips

    Спасибо за очень четкое объяснение. Я ценю это.

  • elmer
    elmer Year ago +6

    Excellent lesson, thank you!
    I don't mean to be nit-picky here, but I feel like the way you pronounce the English word "video" (and some other words with the letter 'v' in them) sounds more like "wideo" or "uideo", while the 'v' should be very similar to the Russian sound 'в' as in for example 'свой', 'вам' or 'вы'. Same goes for "have" etc. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong :D

    • leslie dean brown
      leslie dean brown 5 months ago

      Yes, this is called "having a Russian accent". I like the Russian accent.

    • vistagraphsnet
      vistagraphsnet 9 months ago

      I teach Russian immigrants the English language and virtually everyone does not pronounce words starting with V correctly, Knowing that, I teach them to put their bottom lip under their top teeth and then blow out the letter V, Works fine. But she is an exceptional speaker of the English language, Remember they have been speaking Russian for a long time and old habits are difficult to break. That you understood her should be entertaining and pat yourself on the back for paying attention.

    • John Wadsworth
      John Wadsworth Year ago +2

      My mother, who was born in Russia and spoke Russian at home growing up, did the same thing. I think it has a lot to do with the way a person first learns to pronounce certain words. One who learns to pronounce a word a specific way will continue to do so unless he or she consciously works to change it. Fortunately for me, I had my mother to help me correct my bad pronunciation of Russian. :) I never could get that soft ль sound, as in мальчик. Constant correction changed that. Fortunately, Russians aren't egotistical like Americans. Russians enjoy, and even invite, help. They have a more practical view. Americans view corrections as insults.

      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago +3

      Hm, interesting notice, I never thought about it. Thank you, I'll try to be focused at this :)

  • yuriy arutiunian
    yuriy arutiunian Year ago

    Своё собственное мнение должен иметь каждый из нас.
    Anyone should have his own opinion.

      RU-LAND CLUB  Year ago

      Юрий Арутюнян верно, в данном случае местоимение СВОЁ относится к личному местоимению НАС, которое входит в состав подлежащего КАЖДЫЙ ИЗ НАС :)
      Более сложный пример, спасибо 😊

  • Yuk Kim
    Yuk Kim Year ago +2

    Thank you so much for this lesson. I tried to learn this lesson for long time,but now i can understand it clearly 😊

  • abbodi rathinho
    abbodi rathinho Year ago +1

    @ 7:40 the possessive pronoun should be наш instead of мой...Russian is very hard to learn & when I feel demotivated to learn it, I go back watching your videos..большое спасибо

  • Rasvadok
    Rasvadok Year ago

    Учитель объясняет свои уроки персов, соответствующие сегодня очень хорошо ...

  • Franko Villamil.
    Franko Villamil. Year ago

    супер, я понимаю это урок. )))))) Ты такой добрый.
    Я знаю, что мне нужно больше узнать о русском языке, и этот урок очень важен.
    Muchas gracias
    (Большое спасибо)

    • Cannibal
      Cannibal Year ago

      Ты такая) Она

  • Fred McKay
    Fred McKay Year ago

    Awesome as always Nika 😊

  • Tuan
    Tuan Year ago

    Very good lesson. Thank you Nika. At 7:40, it's more natural to say "My office is located (over) there." for там нахоится мой офис. The imperative mood exception is helpful for me: помой свою машину - wash your car. (For beginners, the verb to wash is мыть/помыть).