Russian Grammar Exercises for Russian Students
The list of grammar exercises below are designed to test your knowledge of Russian grammar. Some parts can be easy; others are quite challenging. If you prefer, review the grammar information on the various grammar pages.
To do these exercises, you must have Cyrillic typing capability within your computer's operating system (ie., Cyrillic capability within Windows or Macintosh). Visit our "Russify Your Computer" site for information on how to install your Cyrillic keyboard. The pages themselves are encoded in the Windows Cyrillic standard, to which you must set your browser in order to view. New pages and further exercises for existing pages are always being developed. Enjoy and good luck! Come visit us again!
Alphabet, Spelling Rule, and Transliteration Exercises
Nominative Case Exercises
Genitive Case Exercises
Dative Case Exercises
Accusative Case Exercises
Instrumental Case Exercises
Prepositional Case Exercises
Verb Conjugation Exercises
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