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The imperative mood is used to give orders and commands. It may also be used for requests, like “Let’s go to the movies tonight” or “Bring me a cup of coffee, please.” In simple terms, the imperative mood is used to tell someone to do or not to do something. Принеси́те мне ча́шку ко́фе, пожа́луйста.… Continue reading Commands – the Imperative Mood
The weather (пого́да) is a very important aspect of our everyday lives. You have to know what the weather is doing or will be doing in order to plan certain activities. It’s also a very basic category to add to your vocabulary. If you don’t know the vocabulary words related to weather, you are going… Continue reading Погода (Weather)
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кни́га [ˈknʲigə] (feminine noun) book кни́га
авто́бус [ɐfˈtobʊs] (masculine noun) bus авто́бус
плака́т [plɐˈkat] (masculine noun) 1. poster, placard, bill 2. broadsheet сове́тский пропаганди́стский плака́тSoviet propaganda poster