Why is mama in the genitive case (мамы) and not the nominative (мама)?
According the tips and notes section, the preposition У requires the genitive case.
Is the tips and notes page only on computer versions?
Sady yes. -.-
I think this is to be read as 'is this mom' s bread' or 'is bread in mom's possession' for the genitive
Why does the article not count in this case? "Does Mom have the bread?"
"A bread" seems to be wrong too. But should "(some) bread" not be хлеба instead of хлеб?
It should not be "Mom" but "mom"
Yup.. that confused me too
why does it matter russian aint got no articles
Is it just me or does Мама и мамы sound the same in the audio? Is the pronunciation supposed to be different?
У what does it exactly mean!!?
Is "mom has a bread?" wrong? :s
Sorry "does mom have a bread?" :s
just wondering about the apostrophe
No confuse, is very clear!!
Why is there uppercase Ь?????????????
I swear to god she is pronouncing хлеб as 'flip' or something.
I cant pronounce хлеб for the life of me. I got the gutteral H but i cant put it together with the leb.
how do i know that this is the posessive ест and not the verb to eat ?
How can есть as "have" be distinguished from "eat"
ь is the difference
It's refreshing to know that the Russian module is just as riddled with BS as the other two times I completed it.
My oral skills are zero so far. How can I improve how to speak Russian?