Russian dative case

Overview of the article published on the SLO website:

The dative case is a set of word forms that are basically used to mark the receiver of the action, which is very often an indirect object in the sentence.

This case is used in Russian for the following purposes:

  1. To show the receiver of the action, most often an indirect object in the sentence.
  2. In impersonal constructions that describe an emotional or physical states to indicate the person affected by this state.
  3. After certaain prepositions, like к, по, благодаря

The original article on SLO: Dative case in Russian

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