Short form of adjectives in Russian

Overview of the article published on the SLO website:

In Russian, most qualitative adjectives have short forms. Short form adjectives exist only in predicate nominative form. They have masculine, femine, neuter and plural forms and do not decline.

Relational adjectives, and all adjectives with a stem ending in suffixes –ск– and –ян– do not have short forms in Russian.

The article on the website covers the usage, formation and particular cases of Russian short-form adjectives.

The original article on SLO: Short form of Russian adjectives

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