Igri s voini online dating
This book, the manuscript of which was practically complete before the end of December 1916, is an attempt to deal with the subject starting from a rather unusual point.
I SENIOR MODERN LANGUAGE MASTER GEORGE Watson's college EDINBURGH D. HEATH & CO., PUBLISHERS BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO ^^ PREFACE Personal experience in commencing the study of Russian, con- firmed by more recent experience in teaching classes supplied with one of the best of existing manuals, has convinced the compiler of this book that Russian grammar, if presented from the same end as that at which the study of Latin or French or German is usually begun, will always appear to be more formidable than it is.
It happens that the past tense of Eussian verbs is remarkably regular and simple, having only four endings ^mascu Hne, feminine, and neuter singular and one plural identical in form with those of nouns of corresponding gender and number. When a considerable number of verbs have by mere iteration become famihar, the present is taken up, the student having the advantage of learning the forms without at the same time having to acquire a completely new set of words.
Typical Masculine Nominative Singular Noun (hard form) and Adjective. But the app Hcation of this theory to the practical purposes of reading and writing depends upon a thorough knowledge of the forms of the present tense.