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  1. Chapter 1 Lesson 3 Ру́сские бу́квы: гру́ппа 3 Russian Letters: Group 3

  2. Week 1, Lesson 3 • Continuing with the alphabet • Gender of nouns • Greetings/taking leave • Vocabulary

  3. Review Consonants М, м П, п К, к Т, т Д, д Н, н Ч, ч Vowels А, а О, о Э, э Е, е Я, я Which indicate the preceding consonant is hard? Soft?

  4. Grammar Overview • O or A at the beginning of a word or before the stress is pronounced as a weak ‘a’ • In most cases Ч, чis pronounced as ‘ch’ like in cheese. *Exceptions such as Чтo (shto?) should be memorized.

  5. Negation • не = not. Shows negation. • Это не Аня. • Это не ма́ма. Exercise 1-18 Это апте́ка? Нет, э́то не апте́ка. Это дом

  6. New Letters Consonants • Б б‘b’ as in book • С с‘s’ in sound • Р р ‘r’ in rest • Й й ‘y’ in yes Vowels • У у ‘u’ as in tube • ы - no English equivalent Note: у and ы indicate that the preceding consonant is hard • Link to Handwriting Demo

  7. The Soft Sign Ь The soft sign indicates that the preceding consonant is soft.

  8. Section 1-23 Listen and Repeat • Link to Exercise 1-23

  9. Remember! • а, о, у, э, ы indicate that the preceding consonant is hard. • я, е, ь (the soft sign) indicate that the preceding consonant is soft.

  10. Greetings (1-24) • День - Day, afternoon • До́брый день! Good Afternoon! (from 12 pm to 6 pm) • Утро - Morning • До́брое у́тро! – Good Morning! (from 6 am to 12 pm)

  11. Taking leave Пока́! Bye! So long! (Informal, for friends only)

  12. And now, exercise 1-25 До́брое у́тро or До́брый день?

  13. Pronouns New pronoun Мы- we Pronouns you already know Я - I Ты - you oн/она/оно – he/she/it

  14. Pronoun Practice – What is it in Russian? I you he she it we

  15. New Vocabulary • Студе́нт Student (male) • Студе́нтка Student (female)

  16. Let’s do exercises 1-26 and 1-27 Remember to adjust your intonation for questions and statements!

  17. Gender of Nouns Russian nouns are classified according to grammatical gender: • Masculine • Feminine • Neuter

  18. Gender of Nouns • Masculine nouns end in a consonant, -ь, or –й дом банк день май • Feminine nouns end in -аor –я ру́чка Ка́тя Important!: nouns that end in -а or -я and refer to male persons are masculine: Ваня, папа

  19. Gender of Nouns Neuter nouns end in -о or –е окно́ мо́ре

  20. Pronunciation of unstressed E Pronounce unstressed e in syllables before the stress as ‘ee’ in English ‘tree’ or ‘see’: секре́т секрета́рь семья́́ сестра́

  21. Exercise 1-29 Identifying the gender of nouns

  22. What is ‘it’? • Use он when referring to male persons or masculine nouns. • Это банк? • Да, э́то он. • Use она́ when referring to female persons or to feminine nouns. • Это по́чта? • Да, э́то она́. • Use оно́ when referring to neuter nouns. • Это мо́ре? • Да, э́то о́но.

  23. Russian blogs anyone? Link to Exercise 1-31

  24. Continuing with gender Notice in the previous dialogue that not only моя́ but мой means ‘my’ мой па́па, мой брат, мой кот моя́ ма́ма, моя́ сестра́, моя́ соба́ка

  25. And now...Bingo! Link to Exercise 1-32

  26. Exercise 1-33 Match the printed words with their hand-written counterparts.

  27. Exercise 1-34 Practice your new vocabulary with a crossword puzzle.

  28. Sound Recognition Link to Exercise 1-36

  29. Review your consonants and vowels

  30. Review of gender Russian nouns are classified according to grammatical gender: • Masculine - ends in a consonant, -ь, or -й • Feminine - ends in -а or -я • Neuter - ends in -о or –е

  31. Review of gender Important!: nouns that end in -а or –я and refer to male persons are masculine. Don’t forget!: мой modifies a masculine noun моя́ modifies a feminine noun.

  32. Memorize, memorize, and memorize some more! Memorize all of the vocabulary on page 19. You’ll find that you recognize many of the words!