On this page you will learn how to say that in Russian

That (in different contexts)

that in Russian

Example :

Это [E-to] = That is, This is, It is
кошка [KOSH-ka] = female cat – noun, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

Он говорит, что он учитель [ON go-vo-REET SHTO ON oo-CHEE-tel’] = He says he is a teacher
он [ON] = he – pronoun, 3rd person singular, Nominative Case
говорит [go-vo-REET] = says – verb, 3rd person singular, Present
что [SHTO] = Here: that
учитель [oo-CHEE-tel’] = teacher – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

Это фильм, который мне нравится [E-to feel’m ko-TO-ryi mne NRA-vi-tsa] = This the film that I like.
фильм [feel’m] = film – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case
который [ko-TO-ryi] = Here: that
мне нравится [mne NRA-vi-tsa] = I like

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Example :

Это [E-to] = That is, This is, It is
кошка [KOSH-ka] = female cat – noun, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

Он говорит, что он учитель [ON go-vo-REET SHTO ON oo-CHEE-tel’] = He says he is a teacher
он [ON] = he – pronoun, 3rd person singular, Nominative Case
говорит [go-vo-REET] = says – verb, 3rd person singular, Present
что [SHTO] = Here: that
учитель [oo-CHEE-tel’] = teacher – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

Это фильм, который мне нравится [E-to feel’m ko-TO-ryi mne NRA-vi-tsa] = This the film that I like.
фильм [feel’m] = film – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case
который [ko-TO-ryi] = Here: that
мне нравится [mne NRA-vi-tsa] = I like

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