We are not at all surprised that at birth, children do not know how to speak, and by the year they have spoken their first words, to three - related sentences, to six - learn to read and write.
We may well not have an idea ofgrammar of the native language, but at the same time freely communicate with it. Perhaps, if you ask people on the street about what a pronoun is, the majority at best will say "I, you ...". And this does not in the least interfere with them in life.
However, the situation is different with the study offoreign language. For a logical understanding of the rules, it is simply necessary to know the answer to the question "what is a pronoun and other parts of speech?" And then we learn that, it turns out, pronoun Is a word that is not called an objector its signs, but point to it. Without them, it is simply impossible to avoid any conversation, much less in a written speech, where the tautology is even more visible, because pronouns serve as a substitute for other nominal parts of speech - noun, adjective, numerals.
According to statistics, 30% of our oral and 20% writtenspeech consists only of pronouns, and in the most detailed grammatical reference books of the Russian language, pronouns number 20 digits. However, in the table, for simplicity of understanding, only the main classes of pronouns of the Russian language are presented, as well as examples for each of them.
|No.||The class of pronouns||Examples|
|1||Personal||I, you, we|
|3||Possessive||my, your, his, them|
|4||Undefined||somewhere, someone, anything|
|5||Negative||nowhere, no one, never|
|6||Interrogative-relative||where, when, what|
|7||With a value of "not this"||other otherwise|
|8||Indicative||this, that, so, so|
|10||Universality||all, all, everywhere|
|11||Reciprocal||one to another, to one another|
|Nominativ||mein Mund||deine Nase||sein körper||unsere Auge|
|Genitiv||meineu Mundeu||deinep Nase||seineu Körperfrom||unserep Auge|
|Dativ||meineat Mund||deinep Nase||seineat Körper||unseren AugeMr.|
|Akkusativ||meinen Mund||deine Nase||sein körper||unsere Auge|
Now that we have learned what a pronoun is andhow they change in cases and childbirth, and also learned this information, the topic of declension will definitely go much easier, and over time we will not have any problems with the use of endings in oral speech and in writing.