Голоса 1, Урок 1 (1-06)
5-7. The Nominative and Prepositional Case

  1. Read the section 5. Case on page 32 of the Textbook.
    Be sure you understand the concept of "case" in Russian. Get used to the idea that most words in Russian will have endings depending on how they are used in a sentence.
  2. Read the section 6. The Nominative Case on page 32 of the Textbook.
  3. Read the section 7. The Prepositional Case on pp. 33-34 of the Textbook.
    The prepositional case answers the questions where something or someone is located, or where something is happening. In thins lesson the places are names of countries, towns and cities. You may be wondering, how do you write the names of non-Russian, such as American cities and states? The rules are not very simple. First, try to find the name in a dictionary, or in a translation program. If that's not an option, guess by writing the name the way it sounds, and NOT the way it is written. For example, the name of the city Auburn would not be written as Аубурн (the way it is spelled), but Обэрн, which is closest to the way it is pronounced. Places that in English end in -ia (California) in Russian would end in -ия, Калифорния.
  4. Do Exercise 1-26 on page 34 of the Textbook.
    Practice saying the questions and your replies outloud.
  5. Do Exercise 1-27 on page 34 of the Textbook.
  6. Do Exercise 1-28 on page 34 of the Textbook.
    Be able to reply with the name of the city where you were born and the name of the school where you study.
  7. Do Exercise 1-29 on page 35 of the Textbook.
    Write your translations and check them with the answer key.
  8. Do online Exercise on Prepositional Case of Nouns. 0017g.
  9. Do Oral Drill 7 on page 17 of SAM.
  10. Do Oral Drill 8 on page 18 of SAM.
  11. Do Oral Drill 9 on page 18 of SAM
  12. Do Oral Drill 10 on page 18 of SAM.
  13. Do Oral Drill 11 on page 18 of SAM.
  14. Do Written Exercises 01-12, 01-13, 01-14, 01-15, 01-16 on pp. 23-26 of the SAM

8. The Verb to be in Russian Present-Tense Sentences

  1. Read the section 8. The Verb to be in Russian Present-Tense Sentences on page 35 of the Textbook
  2. New words and expressions: в, во, живу, живёшь, живёте, учусь, учитесь

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