Nominative: variety endings

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With variability on cases the noun is put into the desired shape, which is consistent with other words, name objects, features or acts.This feature allows the nouns within the grammatical rules of the language combined with other nouns and adjectives and verbs to create phrases and sentences.Nominative case - the first of six, the initial form of nouns, naming persons, objects, events, and so on. D. By the names of animate objects can pose the question: "Who?".Inanimate noun in the nominative can pose the question: "what?"

nominative - is a grammatical case form, inherent in the subject-producer acts or carrier status, sign in syntax.The name of the subject - is an independent grammatical form, t. E. It raises the question of a dependent word phrases included in the sentence.

nominative case is usually used correctly.There are errors associated with its use in place of the instrumental form or genitive.For example, sometimes they say: "There is nothing to walk to three hundred dollars," instead of "There is nothing to go with three hundred dollars."Or: "You have to overcome more than five hundred kilometers" rather than "We need to overcome more than five hundred kilometers."

nominative Words in the singular in the Russian grammar, revealing the absence of the end, or rather, the presence of so-called zero-end for many nouns belonging to the masculine gender, such as poplar, finger table.And feminine nouns and designate names or kinship words masculine meet end -a, -n, for example: the feminine - a girl, winter, cover, masculine - Vova, Uncle Nick, Dad.

nominative plural of these nouns ending gets s, s, for example, girls, winter cover, uncle, dad.Although plural nouns have masculine can get and ending -a, -n, such as: teachers, professors.The nominative plural is also formed with an optional sound basis and ending -n, eg leaf - leaves son - sons (letter appears on the separating soft sign).It happens that the plural ending is attached to a truncated basis, for example: Christian - Christians.

spectrum nominative syntactic functions is limited in that it is not controlled by a verb and not combined with prepositions.In order to properly form the case forms, even the most simple, you need to be a native speaker and know the rules of word formation.