Subordinating conjunctions let us qualify ideas by introducing additional information in dependent clauses. In a way, they are the markers of “fine print”; main ideas are communicated in independent clauses, but the details can only be found in subordinate clauses. What use is it to know that (when you make breakfast)? Knowledge of major subordinating conjunctions in Russian will allow you to recognize logical hierarchy in the sentences produced by other speakers and to form your own complex sentences. See the following table to learn more subordinate conjunctions in Russian:
The pronoun “Toro” is pronounced with the Russian consonant “B”.
Subordinating conjunctions include clauses that indicate three different situations: cause. (I came because you called), purpose (I came in order to talk), and condition (I will come if you call me).