The Russian possessive pronouns moj (my), tvoj (your—singular, informal), nash (our), and vash (you—plural, formal) agree with the nouns they describe in gender, number, and case. They have the same endings as adjectives. The possessive pronouns ego (his), eio (her), ego (its), and ikh (their) do not change.
Exercise 27: Completing Sentences
Complete the sentences with the possessive pronouns in parentheses. Remember to put the pronouns in the appropriate gender, number, and case.
Exercise 28: Completing Sentences
Complete the sentences with the phrases in parentheses. Remember to put the pronouns in the appropriate gender, number, and case
1. Ia liubliu (my city)
2. Ia guliaiu s (my dog)
3. Kak proshiol (your vacation, formal)
4. Vy znaete (his sister)
5. My poedem na (her car)
6. Eto (their children)
7. U menia net (your number, informal)
8. My kupili tsvety (for our [male] teacher)
Exercise 29: Completing Sentences
Listen to the speaker. Complete the following sentences, replacing the possessive nouns read by the speaker with appropriate possessive pronouns.
Speaker: Eto telefon
Your answer: Eto
1. Eto mashina.
2. Eto dacha.
3. Eto kniga.
4. Eto pal'to.
5. Eto diski.
6. Eto podarki.
7. Eto dom.
8. Eto tarelka.