RL 102 – 6/1 Basic Russian grammar lesson 6 part one
Playout date: 15 April 2007
Again it was necessary to divide the lesson into two parts, and in this first part we look at the future imperfective, and take a first glimpse at verbal aspect, as well as looking at 1a verbs with roots in Y and E.
In addition there are some more adverbial phrases.
Quote of the clip: “In Russian, every verb comes in a pairs”
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