Russian Grammar

Russian grammar (Russian: грамматика русского языка, IPA: [ɡrɐˈmatʲɪkə ˈruskəvə jɪzɨˈka]; also русская грамматика; IPA: [ˈruskəjə ɡrɐˈmatʲɪkə]) encompasses: a highly inflexional morphology a syntax that, for the literary language, is the conscious fusion of three elements: a Church Slavonic inheritance; a Western European style; a polished vernacular foundation.The Russian language has preserved an Indo-European inflexional structure, although considerable adaption has taken place.The spoken language has been influenced by the literary one, but it continues to preserve some characteristic forms.
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  • Search in Russia: Google v Yandex Linguistic Test

    … is one letter difference. In order to test the search engine’s language ability, I entered a misspelling for “onion soup,” which means by Russian grammar rules, onion turns into an adjective. I entered “meadow soup” (луговый суп) instead of “onion soup” (луковый суп). Yandex passed the test giving me all search results for recipes for onion soup…

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