Prepositions in Russian language for children

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It is useful to know parts of speech while learning Russian, because different parts of speech decline in a different way. There are 8 main parts of speech:  an adverb, an adjective, a conjunction, an interjection, a noun, a preposition, and a pronoun. In Russian a noun, a pronoun, an adjective, and a verb decline. An adverb, a conjunction, an interjection, and a preposition stay the same. That is why it is important to distinguish them. Let’s have a look at them.

In the following sentence words in bold are adjectives. My Dad says that numerous studies show that learning a foreign language improves your grey matter in the same way as physical exercise improves your body. The examples of Russian adjectives: красный, большая, маленькое. Adverb An adverb is a word that answer questions when, how, why, what for, etc. Here you will find the explanation of the new language and grammar rules that will help you use this language properly. The examples of Russian adverbs: хорошо, надо, счастливо. Conjunction Conjunction is a word that links words and phrases.

In the following sentences words in bold are conjunctions. I love fruit: apples, oranges, and grapes, but I don’t like pine apples, because I am allergic to them. The examples of Russian conjunctions: и, но, или. Interjection Interjection is a word that expresses emotion. It is not connected grammatically to other parts of the speech. In the following sentences words in bold are Interjections. The examples of Russian interjections: а, ой, ах, ну.