In the Russian language, there are many different forms of each adjective. (Compared to 6 cases, 3 sexes, plural, short and comparative). It may seem scary at first, but in reality it`s quite simple to learn the system. The key is to learn only the tribe, or dictionary form of each adjective, and then you can quickly do the rest. The so-called “mixed adjectives” have both hard ends and soft ends. In fact, adjectives that end with, for example. B “fresh,” “hot,” “(general, general) are narrow., “fresh” (“)). The adjectives that are present in , , like z.B.” (severe), in (Russian), “quiet,” following ., are hard. Endings in , , etc. simply follow the “spelling rule” (see “Pronunciation”). The Category of Animacy is relevant in the Russian nominal and adjective clientele. T52  In particular, the accuser has two possible forms in many paradigms, according to the animacy of the speaker. For animated speakers (species of trails, certain animals, professions and professions), the shape of the battery is generally identical to the genitative-accusative form (genitative accusitative syncretism).
For inanimate speakers (simple life forms, objects, states, representations), the shape of the battery is identical to the nominal form (nominal precision syncretism). This principle is relevant for male singular substitutions of the second declination (see below) and adjectives, as well as for all plural paradigms (without gender difference). In the following tables, this behavior is displayed by the abbreviation N or G in the line corresponding to the battery case. Examples of adjectives with strain, which end on –, -, — number of ordination variants, have no grammatically difference from adjectives. During their formation, the top three orders of the figures are clustered to the next division force of 1000, which leads to the construction of some of the longest Russian natural words. B for example “153,000- ” (153.001-st). In this last example, only the last word is rejected by a Nostunon. The shortcut is usually used to make a statement about something.