difference between Bulgarian and Russian grammar?

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  • difference between Bulgarian and Russian grammar?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 05:52
Those are not conjugations: they are declensions. Nouns decline, verbs conjugate. Bulgarian and Russian are very similar, but yes, Bulgarian doesn't decline nouns any more. HOWEVER, they DO use a definite article (unlike Russian), which is placed AFTER the noun. For example: grad (a city); gradat (the city); gradove (cities) and gradete (the cities). So although you don't ahve to learn the six cases any more, you do still have to learn four possible endings.
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