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If the noun is masculine and ends in a consonant...
add "y"
If the noun is masculine and ends in “й”...
replace “й”, with “ю”.
If the noun is masculine and ends in “ь”...
replace “ь”, add “ю”.
If the noun is feminine and ends in "a"...
replace "a" with "e"
If the noun is feminine and ends in “я”...
Replace “я” with “е”
If the noun is feminine and ends in “ь”...
Replace "ь” with “и”
If the noun is feminine and ends in “ия”...
Replace “ия” with “ии”
If the noun is neuter and ends in "o"...
replace "o" with "y"
If the noun is neuter and ends in “е”...
replace “е” with “ю”
Me, dative
Мне
You (singular and informal), dative
Тебе
Him, dative
Ему
It, dative
Ему
Her, dative
Ей
Us, dative
Нам
You (plural and formal), dative
Вам
Them, dative
Им
After what two verbs do you use the dative case, instead of the accusative?
"Помогать" ("to help") and "Советоват" ("to advise")
What do you do to the subject of a sentence when the verb is "Нравиться" ("to like")?
The subject is in the dative case.
What do you do to the subject of a sentence when the verb is "Нужен" (to need)?
The subject is in the dative case.