For example: Russian has also proven friendly to agglutinative compounds. If you have mastered this list of Russian verbs, then perhaps you should visit the Russian … Reciprocal ones have suffix -сь at their very end (in poetry can appear as -ся).[24][25]. This book of Russian verbs of motion for beginners includes a brief explanation of each verb … 1 Russian class 10 verbs‎ (2 c, 29 e) Russian class 10 verbs‎ (2 c, 29 e) Russian class 11 verbs‎ (2 c, 97 e) Ва́сю – (who?) : Action performed on the way to a destination, e.g. This category has the following 17 subcategories, out of 17 total. The teacher was taking the children to a field trip. Like adjectives and numerals, letter "г" (g) in masculine and neuter 3rd person genitive and accusative forms is pronounced as "в" (v): (н)его – (н)ево. In the first person singular and in the imperative the ending is stressed, in other forms the stem is stressed. Originally, "и" and "а" were closer in meaning. It is an irregular verb and it changes completely in the Present tense. They inherit the aspect of their verb; imperfective ones are usually present, while perfective ones can be only past (since they denote action performed by the subject, the tense corresponds to time of action denoted by verb). Other forms can express command in Russian; for third person, for example, пусть particle with future can be used: Пусть они замолчат! Example of the difference between reflexive and non-reflexive pronouns: Unlike Latin where a similar rule applies for the third person only, Russian accepts using reflexives for all persons: -у/-ут,-ат is used after a hard consonant or ж, ш, щ or ч; otherwise -ю/-ют,-ят is used. In order to study, the student brought all her textbooks from other rooms to her desk. General motion, referring to ability or habitual motion, without reference to direction or destination, e.g. All verbs are fully conjugated in the past, present, and future tenses, as well as the imperfective and perfective aspects. Verbs on Wiktionary are classified according to the system devised by Russian linguist Andrey Zaliznyak (Russian: Андре́й Зализня́к (Andréj Zaliznják)). These correspond roughly with the past progressive ('I was verbing') and the simple past ('I verbed'), respectively. There are special cases for prepositions before first person singular pronouns: со мной – "with me" (usually. Note: not all Zaliznyak's conventions have been implemented in the templates. This is called verb conjugation. Besides that, this kind of participle can have short forms formed by means of the suffixes '-н-' or '-т-': Adverbial participles (деепричастия) are not declined, quite like usual adverbs. Present adverbial participles are formed by adding suffix -а/-я (sometimes -учи/-ючи which is usually deprecated) to present-tense stem. This page was last edited on 16 December 2020, at 20:53. In the twentieth century, abbreviated components appeared in the compound: Basic word order, both in conversation and written language, is subject–verb–object. ("Me no need [to] persuade" → There is no need to persuade me [. The participle agrees in gender, case and number with the word it refers to: The active past participle is used in order to indicate actions that happened in the past: In order to form the active past participle the infinitive ending '-ть' is replaced by the suffix '-вш-' and add an adjective ending: In order to form the passive present participle it is necessary to add an adjective ending to the 1st person plural of the present tense: Passive participles are occasional in modern Russian. *** A star "*" means that verbs with prefixes во/в, предо/пред, обо/об, надо/над, lose "о" in present/future forms. For prefixes ending in a consonant, a hard sign (ъ) is added before –ехать and –езжать, e.g. Russian adjectival participles can be active or passive; have perfective or imperfective aspect; imperfective participles can have present or past tense, while perfective ones in classical language can be only past. This gender specificity applies to all persons; thus, to say "I slept", a male speaker would say я спал, while a female speaker would say я спалá. нести/носить – 'to take (on foot), carry', вести/водить – 'to take, lead (people or animals)'; 'to drive (a vehicle)'. Note: not all Zaliznyak's conventions have be… Step out for a short period of time, e.g. Подвезти – give someone a lift, e.g. They respond to the questions чей? The ending "-его" is pronounced as "-ево". -л, -ла, ло, -ли * ю changes to у and я changes to а after letter ш, щ, ж and ч, Note: reflexive ending "-ся" is never stressed in the present tense. Here are the numerals from 0 to 10: Grammatical conjugation is subject to three persons in two numbers and two simple tenses (present/future and past), with periphrastic forms for the future and subjunctive, as well as imperative forms and present/past participles, distinguished by adjectival and adverbial usage (see adjectival participle and adverbial participle). время "time") and one masculine noun путь "way". 'setting out'. идти (go on foot, walk), ехать (go in a vehicle), бегать (run), нести (carry something on foot), вести (carry something in a vehicle; i.e., drive something or somebody), пететь … Negation is hoped for, rather than expected. В. А. Белошапковой. He approached the girl to ask for her number. -лся, -лась, -лось, -лись, the ending is always stressed, except for 0-ending: Russian verbs have three different stress patterns. Word order can express logical stress, and degree of definiteness. (Went to the shop I; rarely used, can be treated as a beginning of a line of a poem written in amphibrach due to uncommon word order, or when the speaker wants to highlight that exactly this subject "went to the shop". More often than in many other Indo-European languages, Russian noun cases may supplant the use of prepositions entirely. [10] Superlative synthetic forms are derived by adding the suffix -е́йш- or -а́йш- and additionally sometimes the prefix наи-, or using a special comparative form with the prefix наи-: до́брый 'kind' – добре́йший 'the kindest', большо́й 'big' – наибо́льший 'the biggest'. These perfectives imply that the agent has not yet returned at the moment of speech, e.g.,[20]:353–355, Three pairs of motion verbs generally refer to 'taking', 'leading' with additional lexical information on manner of motion and object of transport encoded in the verb stem. An alternative is to add an adverb to the positive form of the adjective. However, Russian also utilizes other means of expressing whether a noun is definite or indefinite: The category of animacy is relevant in Russian nominal and adjectival declension. : въезжать 'enter (by conveyance)'. Up to ten additional cases are identified in linguistics textbooks,[1][2][3] although all of them are either incomplete (do not apply to all nouns) or degenerate (appear identical to one of the six main cases) – the most recognized additional cases are locative, partitive and vocative. Verbs. In order to form the active present participle, the "т" of the 3rd person plural of the present tense is replaced by "щ" and add a necessary adjective ending: Note: Only imperfective verbs can have an active present participle. Russian (русский язык, tr. A famous example is the verb ليس laysa, which translates as it is not, though it is not the only auxiliary verb … A few adjectives have irregular forms that are declined as usual adjectives: большо́й 'big' – бо́льший 'bigger', хоро́ший 'good' – лу́чший 'better'. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to navigation Jump to search These important prefixes are the 23 prepositions that are used in composition with Russian verbs to form perfectives and to impart other particular senses. 2) Russian verbs that end in -АВАТЬ lose the suffix -ВА- in the present tense. Motion verbs combine with prefixes to form new aspectual pairs, which lose the distinction of directionality, but gain spatial or temporal meanings. большо́й "big", ру́сский "Russian") have no short forms. The word conjugat… Concrete verbs … Note that due to phonological effects, both -ться and -тся endings (later is used for present-future tense of a 3rd person reflexive verb; see below) are pronounced as [t͡sə] or [tsə] and often cause misspellings even among native speakers. English has a simple verb conjugation system, whereas other languages have much more elaborate systems of conjugation, even resulting in dozens of forms of a single verb. Ivan Ivanovich bears the name of his father. Russian verbs can form three moods (наклонения): indicative (изъявительное), conditional (сослагательное) and imperative (повелительное). Top 500 Russian Verbs. Like so many other archaisms, it is retained in Church Slavonic. The woman bears the responsibility of her children. The loss of three of the former six tenses has been offset by the development, as in other Slavic languages, of verbal aspect (вид). [13] As late as the nineteenth century, the full conjugation, which today is extremely archaic, was somewhat more natural: forms occur in the Synodal Bible, in Dostoevsky and in the bylinas (былины [bɨˈlʲinɨ]) or oral folk-epics, which were transcribed at that time. Verbs and participles can be reflexive, i.e. With the exception of a few invariant forms borrowed from other languages, such as беж ('beige', non-adapted form of бе́жевый) or ха́ки ('khaki-colored'), most adjectives follow one of a small number of regular declension patterns (except for some that complicate the short form). A Russian verb has six forms in the present tense, one for each of the subject pronouns (1st, 2nd and 3rd persons, singular and plural). Other: Nouns ending with -ий, -ия, -ие (not to be confused with substantivated adjectives) are written with -ии instead of -ие in prepositional (as this ending is never stressed, there is no difference in pronunciation): тече́ние – в ни́жнем тече́нии реки́ "streaming – in lower streaming of a river". : Other: The farmer bears the losses from the drought. чья? The participle nature of past-tense forms is exposed also in that they often have an extra suffix vowel, which is absent in present/future; the same vowel appears in infinitive form, which is considered by few scholars not to be verbal (and in the past it surely used to be a noun), but in which verbs appear in most dictionaries: ходить "to walk" – ходил "(he) walked" – хожу "I walk". -лся/(0)*ся, -ла́сь, ло́сь, -ли́сь, only the feminine form is stressed: However, these nouns and their forms have sufficient similarity with feminine third declension nouns that scholars such as Litnevskaya[8] consider them to be non-feminine forms of this declension. Have you mastered all 350 Russian verbs yet? Often, same meaning is conveyed by reflexive active present participles: The forms ending in -омый are mostly obsolete. плáвать → -плывáть 'swim' : The government is moving towards democracy. These are indicated with Latin letters: In addition, an X indicates the stress pattern is shifted compared to other members of the same type (минова́ть, шлифова́ть) (???). Some nouns use several additional cases. Russian verbs. You can recognize Russian verbs in their infinitive form by -ТЬ or -ТИ at the end. : войти. Most past adverbial participles are formed with suffix -в (alternative form -вши, always used before -сь), some with stem ending with a consonant, with -ши. [23] As adjectives, they are declined by case, number and gender. - actions that have begun in the past and continue through the present: I have been reading (for two hours). I went to the pharmacy for medicine and went to bed. Category:Russian concrete verbs: Russian concrete verbs refer to a verbal aspect in verbs of motion that is unidirectional (as opposed to multidirectional), a definitely directed motion, or a single, completed action (instead of a repeated action or series of actions). See below for a table the prefixes, their primary meanings, and the prepositions that accompany them, adapted from Muravyova. By looking at the ending of the verb we can tell the person and the number of the verb. Thus, to say "I would (hypothetically) sleep" or "I would like to sleep", a male speaker would say я спал бы (or я бы поспа́л), while a female speaker would say я спалá бы (or я бы поспала́). Verbs are very important to learn in every language. With transitive verbs, delivering or dropping something off (agent does not remain), e.g. The little girl walked around the puddle. The president is going against the will of the people. Verbs of motion are a distinct class of verbs found in several Slavic languages. Conjoining coordinations are formed with the help of the conjunctions и "and", ни … ни ("not … not" — simultaneous negation), та́кже "also", то́же ("too"; the latter two have complementary flavors), etc. This is indicated with /. But in some dialects adverbial and adjectival participles are common to produce perfect forms which are not distinguished in literary Russian; e.g. He went to a friend's place (and has not returned; unidirectional perfective). For prefixes ending in a consonant, an -o- is added in all forms, e.g. c - the ending is stressed for the 1st person sg present/future and imperatives, all other are forms are stressed on the stem. The primary emphasis tends to be initial, with a weaker emphasis at the end. Пошёл я в магазин. Answering a negative sentence with a non-extended "нет" is usually interpreted as an affirmation of negation again in a way similar to English. : Approximate location of the agent at moment of speech, e.g. One nice thing about Russian is that verbs have only 3 tenses—past, present, and future. B. Comrie[28] says that in Russian answer да or нет is determined not so much by the negative form of the question as by the questioner's intent for using negation, or whether the response is in agreement with his presupposition. The conditional mood in Russian is formed by adding the particle бы after the word which marks the supposed subject into a sentence formed like in the past tense. -л/(0)*, -ла́, ло, -ли (this pattern is not used with reflexive verbs), -лся/лся́**, -лась/-ла́сь, -лось/-ло́сь, -лись/-ли́сь, * Suffix "-л" is not added to masculine forms after consonants. If the preposition "about" is used (usually о), for singular demonstrative pronouns (as with any other words starting with a vowel) it is об: об э́том – about this. For most native speakers of English (and indeed of many other languages) one of the most difficult tasks in learning Russian is learning to cope with the complexity of Russian verbs. -л/(0)*, -ла́, ло́, -ли́ In Arabic, defective verbs are called Arabic: أفعال جامدة ‎, romanized: ʾafʿāl jāmidah (lit., solid verbs). Shares are plummeting because of the economic crisis. давать (give) даю, даёшь, etc. The most important of these are: A Russian adjective (и́мя прилага́тельное) is usually placed before the noun it qualifies, and it agrees with the noun in case, gender, and number. The rule … Russian verbs of motion belong to a special category of verbs used to describe the means of transportation or ways of movement. ездить → -езжать 'go (by conveyance)' Some adjectives (e.g. This occurs especially when the ending appears not to match any declension pattern in the appropriate gender. The first conjugation is used in verb stems ending in: The second conjugation involves verb stems ending in: Example: попро-с-ить – попро-ш-у, попро-с-ят [pəprɐˈsʲitʲ, pəprɐˈʂu, pɐˈprosʲɪt] (to have solicited – [I, they] will have solicited). Pronouncing it incorrectly (too softly) will turn the word быть into an entirely different … Oppositional coordinations are formed with the help of the oppositional conjunctions: а "and"~"but", но "but", одна́ко "however", зато́ "on the other hand", же "and"~"but", etc. The Russian present tense is simpler than the English present tense, as there is only one present tense verb … So the English past progressive sentence "I was reading" w… Complemental and clarifying coordination expresses additional, but not subordinated, information related to the first sentence. CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (, Cooljugator: The Smart Declinator in Russian nouns, Русский язык. See below for examples:[20]:357–358. Most synthetically-derived comparative forms are derived by adding the suffix -е́е or -е́й to the adjective stem: кра́сный 'red' – красне́е 'more red'; these forms are difficult to distinguish from adverbs, whose comparative forms often coincide with those of their adjectival counterparts. An example of an indeclinable noun is кофе ("coffee"). Forming the Russian past tense is relatively straightforward, but first we have to decide which aspect of the verb we want to use. are not modified when they change number and case. Complementizers (subordinating conjunctions, adverbs, or adverbial phrases) include: In general, Russian has fewer subordinate clauses than English, because the participles and adverbial participles often take the place of a relative pronoun/verb combination. have reflexive suffix -ся/-сь appended after ending. We need to modify them so that they make a perfect match with the subject, or, as linguists say – to conjugate a verb. The adverbs used for this are бо́лее 'more' / ме́нее 'less' and са́мый 'most' / наибо́лее 'most' / наиме́нее 'least': for example, до́брый 'kind' – бо́лее до́брый 'kinder' – са́мый до́брый 'the kindest'. For example, the words in the phrase "я пошёл в магазин" ('I went to the shop') can be arranged: while maintaining grammatical correctness. Russian differentiates between hard-stem and soft-stem adjectives, shown before and after a slash sign. In perfective verbs with the prefix вы-, the prefix is stressed in all forms, e.g. Formerly (as in the bylinas) short adjectives appeared in all other forms and roles, which are not used in the modern language, but are nonetheless understandable to Russian speakers as they are declined exactly like nouns of the corresponding gender.[10]. b - the stress is always on the ending, except when there is no vowel in the ending. Grammatical conjugation is subject to three persons in two numbers and two simple tenses (present/future and past), with periphrastic forms for the future and subjunctive, as well as imperative forms and present/past participles, distinguished by adjectival and adverbial usage (see adjectival participle and adverbial participle). :I moved to another city.Я переехала в другой город. Unlike, say, Spanish and German, where the great difficulty lies in memorizing the many forms of verbs (much more than the Russian system), the difficulty in Russian is in coming to understand a property inherent to each verb: aspect.All verbs in Russian have an aspect. Some perfective verbs have first-person plural imperative form with -те added to similar simple future or present tense form: пойдёмте 'let us go'. Rare but existing forms; they appear e.g. c - The stressed alternates. Masha [N.] loves (whom?) In very bookish speech also can appear plural third-person form суть; it's often misused by some native Russian writers who don't know what this word really is. The old language had an absolute construction, with the noun in the dative. : I went to Russia (and returned) last year. This way is rarely used if special comparative forms exist. As a one-word answer to an affirmative sentence, yes translates да and no translates нет, as shown by the table below. The passengers reached the last station and exited the bus. A few examples. These verbs do not change tense, nor do they form related nouns. The latter is used as a stub pronoun for a subject: э́то хорошо́ – "it/this is good", кто́ это? Note: the verb "хотеть" and derivatives has an irregular stress pattern (c’): хочу́, хо́чешь, хо́чет, хоти́м, хоти́те, хотя́т, Stress patterns used: /a, /b, /c, /c’’ (see notes), the stem is always stressed Я в магазин пошёл. A mutating final consonant may entail a change in the ending. The vowel in the root changes to -ы- and the stress shifts to the endings. In that case, the subject is stressed), В магазин я пошёл. : убегáть 'run away'. Characterizing the duration of a journey, especially when it is long, e.g. Among the last known examples in literary Russian occurs in Radishchev's Journey from Petersburg to Moscow (Путешествие из Петербурга в Москву [pʊtʲɪˈʂɛstvʲɪjɪ ɪs pʲɪtʲɪrˈburɡə v mɐˈskvu]), 1790: Feminine and masculine nouns ending with а or я vowel, Masculine nouns ending with a consonant sound, Да так, встре́тил одного́ дру́га, пришло́сь поговори́ть, [ɐtˈkudə jesʲtʲ pɐˈʂla zʲɪˈmlʲa ˈruskəjə]. Preface The Big Silver Book of Russian Verbs is intended for use with all major Russian … Future tense has two forms: simple and compound. In the masculine singular short form, when a word-final consonant cluster is being formed after ending removal, an additional. Subcategories. Быть in the Present tense is есть [yest’].. Be careful, as it looks and sounds absolutely the same as the infinitive of the verb … Russian … They express the semantic relations of opposition, comparison, incompatibility, restriction, or compensation. (To the shop I went; two meanings: can be used as a response: "I went to the shop." A Few Russian Verb Basics. He was on his way to a friend's place (unidirectional imperfective). 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Russian grammar employs an Indo-European inflexional structure, with considerable adaptation. For example: Despite the inflectional nature of Russian, there is no equivalent in modern Russian to the English nominative absolute or the Latin ablative absolute construction. After the performance, the actor got off the stage. Adverbial participles in standard Russian are believed to be a feature of bookish speech; in colloquial language they are usually replaced with single adjectival participles or constructions with verbs: Пообедав, я пошёл гулять → Я пообедал и пошёл гулять ("I had dinner and went for a walk"). There are two groups of Russian verbs: the first and second conjugation. … Although the majority opinion is definitely with the first interpretation, no consensus has formed. In practice it is more common to answer "нет" and subsequently extend with a negated verb paralleling the usage in English. The verb to be is the basic building block in any language. Our exercise books will help you improve your Russian on the most important topics of Russian grammar. When a preposition is used directly before a third-person pronoun, it is prefixed with н-: у него (read: у нево), с неё, etc. She is wheeling her grandmother in a wheelchair. -ет or similar becomes -ёт when stressed. Common Russian verbs: 151-200; Common Russian verbs: 201-300; Common Russian verbs: 301-400; Common Russian verbs: 401-500; Got questions? бегать (begatʹ, “to run, run about”), побежать (pobežatʹ, imperfective, no pair) бежать (bežatʹ, “to run, hurry”), бежать (bežatʹ), побежать (pobežatʹ) бить (bitʹ, “to beat, hit”), бить (bitʹ), побить … Verbs for 'study', 'learn' Russian has several verbs to express 'studying' and 'learning'. бéгать → -бегáть 'run' This system, devised in 1980, is somewhat intricate but detailed, and divides verbs based on their properties such as stem shape, stress patterns and other features. вставать (get up) встаю, встаёшь, etc.. II. default case to use outside sentences (dictionary entries, signs, etc. When I go for a walk in the city, I always. Plural (including polite на вы) second-person form is made by adding -те to singular one: говорю 'I speak' – говори – говорите, забуду 'I shall forget' – забудь – забудьте, клею 'I glue' – клей – клейте. : Other: ), *** Verbs marked with letter "сс" (согласный (?)) What are the 15 most common Russian verbs and how are they conjugated in the present tense? Some singular nouns denoting groups of people may include -ин- suffix before ending. It includes some verbs ending in -еть such as видеть, зависеть, ненавидеть, обидеть, and смотреть and some verbs ending in -ать such as держать, слышать, дышать. Click on a verb to see its conjugation table and matching … The psychological difference between the two is quite obvious. : The child has been walking for six months. - general facts of the truth:Russia shares borders with Norway and Finland. [citation needed]. Russian verbs change according to their tense, person, and number. The following alternation of consonants occurs as a result of Proto-Slavic iotation, which was triggered by a -j- following the consonant. Stress: conjugation I - 3rd person singular, conjugation II - 1st person singular (when stresses are different). [19] The information below provides an outline of the formation and basic usage of unprefixed and prefixed verbs of motion. all polysyllabic verbs … One possible classification of such sentences distinguishes:[27]. Separative coordinations are formed with the help of the separative conjunctions: и́ли "or", ли́бо "either", ли … ли "whether … or", то … то "then … then", etc. Translated from the Russian by V. Korotky. by transport or by one's own power, and in transitive verbs, the object or person being transported. Build your Russian vocabulary the smart way by memorizing 500 most used Russian verbs.This page features a frequency list for Russian verbs along with their English … Russian has a highly inflectional morphology, particularly in nominals (nouns, pronouns, adjectives and numerals). There is the knowledge necessity of correctly identifying the letters “ Е ” or “ И ” in unstressed endings. Quantified movement, e.g. Alternatively, both positive and negative simple questions can be answered by repeating the predicate with or without не, especially if да/нет is ambiguous: in the latest example, "сержусь" or "не сержусь". Irregular past tense stress patterns and exceptions are handled by passing additional parameters. ** Verbs are marked с, д, т, ст, and б for the correct choice of stems. (ю - у, я - а, etc. ("No need me [to] persuade" → One should not persuade me [, Меня не надо уговаривать. rússkiy yazýk) is an East Slavic language.It is an official language in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, as well as being widely used throughout the Baltic states, the Caucasus, and Central Asia. Russian verbs express manner. Let's assume that your want to use the verbs "to work" and "to love" in the present tense when speaking Russian. * 1Some verbs (marked with -щ- by A. Zaliznyak), т is replaced with щ, not ч: похи́тить - похи́щу, защити́ть - защищу́. Study Russian … The same applies to Russian verbs. The past tense is made to agree in gender with the subject, for it is the participle in an originally periphrastic perfect formed (like the perfect passive tense in Latin) with the present tense of the verb "to be" быть [bɨtʲ], which is now omitted except for rare archaic effect, usually in set phrases (откуда есть пошла земля русская [ɐtˈkudə jesʲtʲ pɐˈʂla zʲɪˈmlʲa ˈruskəjə], "whence is come the Russian land", the opening of the Primary Chronicle in modern spelling). For nouns ending in -ья, -ье, or -ьё, using -ьи in the prepositional (where endings of some of them are stressed) is usually erroneous, but in poetic speech it may be acceptable (as we replace -ии with -ьи for metric or rhyming purposes): Весь день она́ лежа́ла в забытьи́ (Fyodor Tyutchev). 1When verbs are marked with -щ-, т is replaced with щ, not ч: похи́тить - похи́щу. In Russian it has the suffix -ть/-ти (the latter is used after consonants), or ends with -чь (but -чь is not a suffix of a verb). :The driver covered 50 kilometers.Водитель наездил 50 километров.I had 2500 flight hours in Boeing 737.Я налетал 2500 часов на Боинге 737. Common coordinating conjunctions include: The distinction between "и" and "а" is important: The distinction between "и" and "а" developed after medieval times. These are нести/носить, вести/водить, and везти/возить. Note that while expressing an affirmation of negation by extending "да" with a negated verb is grammatically acceptable. (whose?) All Russian verb templates, including irregular verb templates can be found in. There are 16 numbered verb classes, which are split up based on the final consonants of the stem, as well as certain alternations that take place in the stem. In modern Russian language, verbs have two conjugations form: the 1 st and 2 nd conjugations. to their retinue". Researchers have also included the reflexive verbs катиться/кататься, гнаться/гоняться, нестись/носиться, and тащиться/таскаться (Gagarina 2009: 451–452). Russian literary syntax is a combination of a Church Slavonic heritage, a variety of loaned and adopted constructs, and a standardized vernacular foundation. 3These verbs do not conform to either the first or second conjugations. To form 3rd person plural present tense form is taken, "-т" is dropped, "-щий" is added: де́лают -> де́лающий (делать); ве́рят -> ве́рящий (верить). Nominal declension involves six cases – nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, instrumental, and prepositional – in two numbers (singular and plural), and absolutely obeying grammatical gender (masculine, feminine, and neuter). Verbs on Wiktionary are classified according to the system devised by Russian linguist Andrey Zaliznyak (Russian: Андре́й Зализня́к (Andréj Zaliznják)). 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