I need Russian Speakers...
we can contact in English and can also help you in it.
Well, I can help with Russian. I know a lot about the grammar and usage of different elements of many Slavic languages, especially Russian and Ukrainian, so any help you need, I can provide. :)
The grammar is what's getting me. I'm barely into the Russian course, and it's throwing off my vocab. So then I keep going back over the first 3 skills for practice. Here's a follow.
I was doing ok with the vocab duolingo was giving me in the first 3 skills, but they already started adding complete sentences which requires understanding gender and conjugation (I'm probably using the wrong terms for these grammar principles). I'll have to go through it again to give you some examples of what's throwing me off. Oh, here's an example. The different forms of "my" I assume is related to the gender of the object. I've picked up on the fact that there are different forms(?) of the word "my", but I haven't worked out what belongs with what gender. I just haven't taken the time yet to research and relearn some of the simple grammar. That's just one example. There were a few other things already throwing me off. I'll research some stuff and see if that helps. Thanks, for asking.
Well, the forms of "my" in the nominative case are мой, моё, моя, and мои. "Мой" means that the possessed object is masculine, "моё" neuter, "моя" feminine, and "мои" is plural, regardless of the gender of the object. As for vocabulary, I recommend purchasing the timed practice option (it's permanent and it applies to all languages), and use it regularly. It greatly helps vocabulary retention in my and others' experiences. If you need help, just post something on my stream. I get on here pretty regularly, so I'll be able to answer pretty much any time.
Thank you. I assumed that was the case. I just hadn't figured it out or had the time to look it up. I'll be sure to check out the Timed Practice. And once my activity stream access is restored, I'll be sure to ask questions haha. I assume this A/B test removed the streams for me.
I think that Duolingo expects you to learn grammar elsewhere: