Can someone help me with Polish cases?
For Russian, there are rules like if the nominative ending is -а, the accusative will be -у, etc. Can someone show me a good source for learning the endings? Or are they iregular?
Here's a good video for a brief description: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKj5IfQo34st=432s
Also, as Hugh suggested, wiktionary is great, but I'm a fan of http://odmiana.net/ You can type in any noun and adjective and get all the tenses for singular and plural. It's a little neater than Wiki, I think..Many are irregular, so it just takes practice, patience, and listening :)
Edit - Odmiana is all in Polish, so the translations of each case are: (they're in this order on the site) mianownik - nominative
dopełniacz - genitive
celownik - dative
biernik - accusative
narzędnik - instrumental
miejscownik - locative
wołacz - vocative
(P.S. your owl avatar is really cute)