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M. N. F. F. Pl. ÷åé, ÷ü¸ ÷üÿ ÷üè G. G. ÷üåãî ÷üåé ÷üèõ D. D. ÷üåìó ÷üåé ÷üèì A. A. ÷åé, ÷üåãî, ÷ü¸ ÷üþ ÷üè, ÷üèõ I. I. ÷üèì ÷üåé ÷üèìè P. P. ÷ü¸ì ÷üåé ÷üèõ The declension of the Relative pronoun êîòîðûé M. N. F. F. Pl. N. N. êîòîðûé, êîòîðîå êîòîðàÿ êîòîðûå G. G. êîòîðîãî êîòîðîé êîòîðûõ D. D. êîòîðîìó êîòîðîé êîòîðûì êîòîðûé, êîòîðóþ êîòîðîãî, êîòîðîå êîòîðûå, êîòîðûõ A. A. I. I. êîòîðûì êîòîðîé êîòîðûìè P. P. êîòîðîì êîòîðîé êîòîðûõ The use of the Possessive - reflexive pronoun ñâîé (someone`s own) ñâîé appears in the Nominative only in the possessive constructions, for example: Ó ìåíÿ åñòü ñâîé êëþ÷.
Acc. ß ïëîõî çíàþ Ìîñêâó. Instr. Ìîé äðóã æèâ¸ò ïîä Ìîñêâîé. ß æèâó â Ìîñêâå. Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Instr. Prep. Ýòî Òàíÿ. Ó Òàíè íîâàÿ ìàøèíà. Íàäî ïîçâîíèòü Òàíå. Âû çíàåòå Òàíþ? ß åäó ñ Òàíåé. Ìû ãîâîðèì î Òàíå. Gen. Âîò êàðòà Ðîññèè. Type Ðîññèÿ Dat. Acc. Instr. Prep. Here is the map of Russia. ß ìíîãî åçäèë ïî Ðîññèè. I travelled a lot about Russia. ß ïðèåõàë â Ðîññèþ ãîä íàçàä. I came to Russia a year ago. Ìû ïîäïèñàëè äîãîâîð ñ Ðîññèåé. We signed a treaty with Russia. ß ñåé÷àñ æèâó â Ðîññèè.
He came before the last lesson. Prep. Îí ñïàë íà ïîñëåäíåì óðîêå. He slept at the last lesson. Nom. Type ïîñëåäíèé óðîê The following words belong to this declension type: Masculine long adjectives ending in -íèé, -÷èé, -æèé, -ùèé, -øèé, -ñèé, long participles ending in -ùèé or -øèé and their Neuter forms. For example: õîðîøèé, ãîðÿ÷èé, ñâåæèé, íàñòîÿùèé etc. Note that the Instrumental ending -æèì and -øèì is only spelt with è, but pronounced with û. Also the numeral òðåòèé - third. Notice! ðóññêèé ÿçûê - the Russian language Gen.