Добра форма

Добра форма (Dobra forma; Good Form) is a web-based overview of Ukrainian grammar with contextualized activities that enable students to internalize correct grammatical forms as they focus on the communication of meaning.

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4.1 Locative Case (Use of в and у)

In this module we will begin our review of the use of the locative case of nouns to express being “in” or “at” a place.  Special consideration will be given to when one generally uses the preposition в and when one uses the preposition у.

4.2 Locative Case (в, у and на)

In this module we will continue our use of the preposition в and у with the locative case, but will focus on the distinction between these two prepositions and the preposition на, which can express being “in” or “at” as well as “on” a place or object.

4.3 Locative Case (Consonant Mutations)

In this module we will return to the formation of nouns in the locative case, but will focus on changes that occur to consonants that precede the ending.

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4.4 Locative Case (Endings in -ї and -у)

In this module we will learn about the use of the noun endings -ї and -у in the locative case.

4.5 Locative Case (Foreign Loan Words)

In this module, you will look briefly at neuter foreign loan words in Ukrainian and their endings in the locative case.

4.6 Locative Case (Plural)

In this module we will look at the formation of locative plural.

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5.1 Inanimate Nouns as Direct Objects (Accusative Case)

In this module, you will become familiar with concept of a direct object and the fact that Ukrainian uses the accusative case for direct objects in affirmative sentences and questions.  You will also learn the accusative case forms for singular and plural inanimate nouns of all genders.

5.2 Inanimate Nouns as Direct Objects (Accusative and Genitive Cases)

In this module, you will learn when Ukrainian uses the genitive case for direct objects and become familiar with the genitive case forms for singular feminine nouns.

5.3 Genitive Case for Direct Objects after Negation (Neuter and Masculine)

In this module, you will learn the genitive case forms for singular neuter nouns and become familiar with one set of genitive case forms for singular masculine nouns.

5.4 Genitive Case for Direct Objects after Negation (Masculine Nouns)

In this module, you will learn the main categories of masculine nouns that take the endings –у or –ю in genitive rather than –а or –я.  You will also become familiar with the Ukrainian equivalent of the construction neither… nor… and its use with genitive nouns.