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Lesson 4 Review
She always asks about my work. I answer that it's very interesting, but difficult. Does he do homework in the dormitory? No, he usually doesn't do homework, maybe because he's a senior. I study in the library because I also work
Lesson 4 Review KEY
She always asks about my work. I answer that it's very interesting, but difficult. . , , . Does he do homework in the dormitory? No, he usually doesn't do homework, maybe because he's a senior. ? , , . I study in the library be
6 General tips: -double-check your adjective and nouns endings - do they agree for gender, number, case? -remember to use nominative with and genitive with -3rd-person personal pronouns (, , ) have an - prefix after prepositions: . He/it isn't here. . He
Unit 6 Review
Make mini-dialogues according to the model: a ! [to the neighbor] ? /, . ? . ? !
Use these words: , , , , 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Does your dad have a house? -No, but his friend has two houses. Does he have books? -Yes, but he doesn't have this
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Unit 6 review answer key
Does your dad have a house? -No, but his friend has two houses. ? -, . Does he have books? -Yes, but he doesn't have this good big dictionary. ? - [or ], . My mother has a new car. My daughter has two cars. I don't
122 Also take care to distinguish between personal pronouns (I/me, you, he/him, etc.) and other possessive pronouns (my, your, his, etc.). Personal pronouns (genitive) (me) (us) (you) (you) / (him/her) (them) . I have a brother. ("by me exists brother")
: 7 Note that this key includes only about the first half of most exercises. Feel free to check your answers for the first few items before completing each exercise on your own! 1. 1. , , , , 2. , , , 2. Dative case of pronouns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 3. Genitive
122 Unit 7 Review Sentences 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. We have friends in Moscow, but we don't have friends in France. My uncle is an engineer and my aunt is a schooteacher. They have three children. My wife's cousin (male) is a manager. He has one son. His
3 + person-~in genitive + ears + thigwin nominative
Literally: By someone there is a something.
How we really translate it: Someone has something.
Keep in mind the following things:
RUSS 121 Midterm review-nominative and prepositional endings Instructions: For each phrase given in the nominative singular, change endings as appropriate to transform the phrase into the prepositional singular, nominative plural, and prepositional plural
1. With the verbs below, (1) form a question using question words you know (, , , / , etc.) and (2) answer your question with a full sentence. (24 pts) Q:_ A:_ Q:_ A:_ Q:_ A:_ Q:_ A:_ Use one of the following verbs (/) to say that. 1. You are a student at
KEYS TO THE REVIEW SHEET: Use one of the following verbs (/) to SAY THAT. 1. you are a student at USC. . 2. Mark and Sara study every day. .
3. your area of studies is political science /economics/international relations/etc.
4. you usually study at
122 Unit 7 Review Sentences - Key 1. We have friends in Moscow, but we don't have friends in France. , . Remember: + nominative, + genitive! My uncle is an engineer and my aunt is a schooteacher. They have three children. , - . . Remember the 3 special n
122 2009 Homework Key Unit 8 I. 1.
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? . ? Note = who else . . / ? / . ? , . . ? . ? . ? .
II. As the SAM says, be sure to check whether the noun is in the nominative (used with ) or genitive (used with ). Don't be tricked by resemblences betw
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Lesson 9 Review
He was drinking vodka with these Russian students. His parents weren't home. I had lunch yesterday with his young mother and his old teachers. [focus on the plain fact that you had lunch;
Lesson 9 Review
? What's worth reviewing? -personal pronouns, question words in all cases -forms of the instrumental case (be able to write "with your new friends," etc.) -uses of the imperfective and perfective aspects -conjugations of verbs highli
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Who has hot water? -I don't have hot water, but the ceiling at our place is very high. Do you (plural) want to watch television? -No, I want to read and Sasha wants to write letters. This Russian student doesn't hav
122 Final Review Key 6 1. Who has hot water? -I don't have hot water, but the ceiling at our place is very high. ? - , . Do you (plural) want to watch television? -No, I want to read and Sasha wants to write letters. ? -, , . This Russian student doesn't
122 Exam Practice I. Fill in the blanks with a PAST-TENSE verb. Think carefully about context and aspect.
1. ? , _. 2. ? , _ . 3. ? , _ . II. Translate. 1. He was born in Russia but he grew up in France. 2. I applied to the university five years ago. 3. S
(Declension) Declension of nouns (that is, putting them in different cases ) involves adding endings to the root of the word (or, more properly, to the stem ). Before adding a new ending, you need to: know the gender of the noun remove any existing endin