What is the difference between "мой", "мои", and "меня"?
Mой used for singular, my apple, "мои" is for ploral, my apples
Спсибо Олга :)
Can someone explain how the pronunciation is different?
'й' is like 'y' in 'toy' so 'мой' sounds 'moy'
and 'и' is like 'e' in 'lee' or 'y' in 'country', so it sounds like 'moey'
This might help to understand the sounds
What about меня
It Is The Genitive Form Of я (i).
Don't Confuse It With мой, which is used for nouns. (меня uses a verb)
I always remember that й has a little U on top, so it's uno, not dos :)
Takes some spanish but it works hahaha
Моё = singular neuter "my"
Мой = singular masculine "my"
Mоя = singular feminine "my"
Мои = plural "my"
When I've seen меня, it's been used in phrases like "у меня (by me) есть (there exists) яблоко (apple)", which translates to something like "I have an apple".
my house - мой дом (дом - it's masculine in Russian language);
my apples - мои яблоки ( яблоки - it's plural);
I was invited to the party - меня пригласили на вечеринку
For better understanding of "меня": Он пригласил меня на вечеринку - He invited me to the party. "Я" changes to "меня" like "I" changes to "me". There are more forms (cases) in Russian, though.
For Bangladeshi learners "мой/мои" = Amar , меня = Amake.
Lol, got real upset that it didnt accept мой, then read this comment, спсибо!
Indeed where are the apples
Can please someone explain why the Plural form of Apples is ЯблокИ and Not ЯблокА? I learned that the Plural Endung for о is a so I'm a bit confused.
What's the difference between яблоки and яблоке?
Fill-in the blank questions do not come with Russian alphabet so all my responses will be wrong when I try entering a phonetic answer.
If you are using a smartphone, you can go into your language settings and add a cyrillic keyboard. You can switch between keyboards.
Why don't fil-in the blank questions come with Cyrillic alphabet?
It's a setting controlled in your device's languages, not in this app.
Thanks .... I will hunt for it.