It is called conjugation.
Are the conjugal endings the same per pronouns with verb endings as like Spanish?
Regular verbs have a pattern. With irregular verbs, you have to memorize them
No, it's like in German (ich lerne = I learn / I'm learning) so "я пью" = I drink / I'm drinking. Therefore, both meanings.
Same goes for Filipino. Kumakain ako ng mansanas = I eat apples / I am eating apples. You can detect whether it's simple present or present progressive based on context.
There are no separation into simple and continuous forms in Russian. There are only perfect and imperfect forms in the past and future tenses with partly irregular prefixes and endings for verbes or whole special verbes forms.
What is the pronunciation when a word has a consonant, ь, and soft vowel next to each other? How is it different from a consonant + soft vowel or consonant + ь + hard vowel?
In this case it's "пьёт" so how would it differ if it were spelt "пьот" or "пёт."
Why not have the cursor start in the "answer box" each time there is something to be written there? Is seems like a simple thing to do and would save a lot of time for many of us who keep trying to type in Russian or any language, only to find nothing in the "answer box". It might help if others pass this on. Thank you!!!
Why "Лошадь ест яблоко" - "The horse is eating an apple", but "он пьет молоко" - "he drinks milk"?