End - important morpheme in Russian language, in contrast to most foreign languages. That it links words together, turning them into phrases and sentences.
The ability to put the right end, it is important for writing and correct speech.
Cum in Russian language is available in all parts ofspeech, except adverbs and gerunds (which is why they do not change). With the right questions, you can easily determine how it should be written in unaccented ending a particular word.
If you want to determine which end isadjective, you will help support word-question "what?". In his shock end it shows what the letter should be written in the audited word. For example: "A good man is hard to miss" - ask the question: "person (a?) Good." "Th" correct ending.
The same applies to the sacrament, and ordinal number, answer the question "what? / Who?". For example: "On leaving the platform" - "platform (what?) Leaving."
Endings are soft and hard. Therefore, sometimes the question word and checks may differ slightly at the ends. In such cases, refer to the meaning. Often used interchangeably, for example, "th-th-s", "th-it", "th-it", "th-them", "th-em."
Remember that in the nominative and accusative cases participles and adjectives in the singular masculine nouns have the ending "th / s."
The possessive adjectives (except and. P. And. P.) And those that are derived from the names of calendar months, the soft token is present before the end. For example, the "fox", "October".
It is also a question correctly helpsidentify the end of nouns and verbs. Answering the questions of "who ?, what?" (Nouns) and "what to do ?, what to do?" (Verbs), you get the initial form of the word, in which the need to determine how to spell the end of the word.