Personal pronouns in Russian

Overview of the article published on the SLO website:

Personal pronouns are words used in place of a noun or another pronoun (e.g. in English: I, you, he, she etc.). Russian personal pronouns distinguish three persons, two numbers, six cases, and, in the third person, three genders. The article presents the declension patterns of all Russian personal pronouns.

The original article on SLO: Russian Personal Pronouns

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