Russian declension

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At the moment we have declensions of 683 Russian words.

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Declension of the word "час"

Gender: masculine

Case Singular Plural
Nominative Nom. час часы́
Genitive Gen. ча́са часо́в
Dative Dat. ча́су часа́м
Accusative Acc. час часы́
Instrumental Inst. ча́сом часа́ми
Prepositional Prep. ча́се часа́х

Examples

  • Э́то за́няло у меня́ 2 ча́са.

    é-ta zá-nya-la u mee-nyá dva cha-sá

    It took me 2 hours.

  • Я два часа́ на у́лице мёрзла и́з-за тебя́!

    ya dva chee-sá na ú-lee-tse myórz-la eez-za tee-byá

    I've spent two hours freezing outside because of you!

  • Де́вушка, вы не подска́жете, кото́рый час?

    dyé-vush-ka, by nye pad-ská-zhee-tye, ka-tó-ryî chas

    Young lady, could you tell me please what time it is?

  • У тебя́ есть часы́? Мои́ врут.

    u tee-byá yest' chee-sý? ma-ée vrut

    Do you have a watch? Mine is wrong.

  • Они́ откры́ты 24 ча́са в су́тки.

    a-née atk-rý-ty dvá-tsat' chee-tý-rye chee-sá f sút-kee

    They are open 24 hours a day.

  • Регистра́ция в ЗА́ГСе в четы́ре часа́.

    rye-geest-rá-tsee-ya v zág-sye v chee-tý-rye chee-sá

    Registration in the registry office is at four o'clock.

  • Я верну́сь че́рез полтора́ ча́са.

    ya veer-nús ché-ryes pal-ta-rá chee-sá

    I'll be back in an hour and a half.

  • По́сле вчера́шней вечери́нки мы проспа́ли до ча́су дня.

    pós-lye vchye-rásh-nyeî vye-chye-réen-kee my pra-spá-lee da chá-su dnya

    After yesterday's party, we slept until one in the afternoon.

  • У меня́ в три часа́ собесе́дование по по́воду но́вой рабо́ты.

    u mee-nyá v tree chee-sá sa-bee-syé-da-va-nee-ye pa pó-va-du nó-vaî ra-bó-ty

    At three o'clock I have an interview for a new job.

  • Пять часо́в тому́ наза́д он утвержда́л обра́тное.

    pyat' chee-sóf ta-mú na-zát on ut-veerzh-dál ab-rát-na-ye

    Five hours ago he claimed the opposite.

  • Она́ у́жинает не по́зже семи́ часо́в ве́чера.

    a-ná ú-zhee-na-eet nye póz-zhe see-mée chee-sóf vyé-chee-ra

    She has supper not later than 7 PM.

  • Мы хоте́ли бы заброни́ровать сто́лик на шесть часо́в.

    my ha-tyé-lee by za-bra-née-ra-vat' stó-leek na shest' chee-sóf

    We would like to reserve a table for six o'clock.

  • Он зако́нчил рабо́тать в 11 часо́в ве́чера.

    on za-kón-cheel ra-bó-tat' v a-dée-na-tsat' chee-sóf vyé-chye-ra

    He finished working at 11 pm.

  • Он ложи́тся спать не поздне́е 11-ти часо́в ве́чера.

    on la-zhée-tsa spat' nye pazd-nyé-ye adée-na-tsa-tée chee-sóf vyé-chee-ra

    He goes to bed no later than 11 pm.

  • Мы провели́ четы́ре часа́ в за́ле ожида́ния.

    my pra-vee-lee chee-tý-rye chee-sá v zá-lye a-zhee-dá-nee-ya

    We spent four hours in the waiting room.

  • У неё ухо́дит два часа́, что́бы накра́ситься.

    u nee-yó u-hó-deet dva chee-sá, chtó-by na-krá-see-tsa

    It takes her two hours to make up.

  • Убо́рка ко́мнаты заняла́ о́коло ча́са.

    u-bór-ka kóm-na-ty za-nee-lá ó-ka-la chá-sa

    The room cleaning took about an hour.

  • Счастли́вые часо́в не наблюда́ют.

    schees-lée-vy-ye chee-sóf nye na-blyu-dá-yut

    Time passes quickly when you are happy. (Lit.: Happy people don't watch the clock.)

  • Мне ну́жно туда́ попа́сть до семи́ часо́в во что бы то ни ста́ло.

    mnye núzh-na tu-dá pa-pást' da see-mée chee-sóf va chto by ta nee stá-la

    I need to get there before seven o’clock at all cost.

  • Ока́зывается, мы зря так торопи́лись, самолёт заде́рживается на полтора́ ча́са.

    a-ká-zy-va-ee-tsa, my zrya tak ta-ra-pée-lees', sa-ma-lyót za-dyér-zhee-va-ee-tsa na pal-ta-rá chee-sá

    It turns out that we were in such a hurry for nothing, the flight is delayed for an hour and a half.

  • Дава́й встре́тимся че́рез час.

    da-váî fstryé-teem-sya chyé-ryes chas

    Let's meet in an hour.

  • В кото́ром часу́ ты вернёшься?

    f ka-tó-ram chee-sú tu veer-nyósh-sya

    What time will you be back?

  • У тебя́ есть часы́?

    u tee-byá yest' chee-sý?

    Do you have a watch?

  • Э́ти часы́ давно́ не хо́дят.

    é-tee chee-sý dav-nó nye hó-dyat

    This watch has not been working for a long time.

  • Я задержу́сь на час в о́фисе, на́до ещё порабо́тать.

    ya za-deer-zhús' na chas v ó-fee-sye, ná-da ye-schyo pa-ra-bó-tat'

    I’ll stay for another hour in the office, I have to do some more work.

  • Де́ти засну́т то́лько че́рез час.

    dyé-tee zas-nút tól'-ka chyé-ryes chas

    The children will fall asleep in only about an hour.

  • Не прошло́ и двух часо́в, как велосипе́ду приде́лали но́ги.

    nye prash-ló ee dvuh chee-sóf, kak vee-la-see-pyé-du pree-dyé-la-lee nó-gee

    Less than two hours later, the bike was stolen.

  • Батаре́я в моём ноутбу́ке де́ржит не бо́льше ча́са.

    ba-ta-tyé-ya v ma-yóm no-ut-bú-kye dyér-zheet nye ból'-she chá-sa

    The battery in my laptop lasts no more than an hour.

  • Он не мог усну́ть до 4-x часо́в утра́.

    on nye mok us-nút' da chee-ty-ryóh chee-sóf ut-rá

    He could not sleep until 4 o'clock in the morning.

  • О́зеро в э́тот час наступа́ющей но́чи каза́лось споко́йнее обыкнове́нного.

    ó-zye-ra v é-tat chas nas-tu-pá-yu-schyeî nó-chee ka-zá-las' spa-kóî-nye-ye a-byk-na-vyén-na-va

    At this hour of the coming night, the lake seemed calmer than usual.

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4 thoughts on “Russian declension

    • Learn Russian Words says:

      Hello Hyeongil,

      Thanks for your feedback. I agree that for some words the number of examples is very limited.

      The way it works for the moment is that the examples for every word in this table are taken from the sentences for our series “Russian Word of the Day”. If the noun is often used, you can see many examples, if not, you will at least see two examples (given for the Word of the Day).

      I like the idea of adding more independant examples very much and already thought about it myself, but at the moment, unfortunately, we simply do not have enough time resources for that, so will have to postpone.

      A more consistant support of our readers could change that, by the way, but for now it is what it is.

      Having said that, I think we already can improve the user experience by displaying all the available examples right here on this page so you don’t have to click anywhere else to see them. I will add this to the TO-DO list and you can expect this in the nearest future.

      As for Everyday Russian, we are not planning to develop this site anymore and gradually moving the content from there to other websites of the network.

      In any case, thank you for the suggestion. If you have others, you are always welcome. 🙂

      • Hyeongil Yeon says:

        Dear “Learn Russian Words”,
        Thank you for your kind reply on my comment.
        I have studied the Russian language by myself around 6 months. It means that I am still beginner (CECR A1 Level) for the Russian.
        I faced one problem of cases endings first, it is very hard for me to memorize them properly. Please refer to the web, https://mykeytorussian.com/russian-cases/.
        It is a kind of freaky and hectic. I’d like to solve this problems with the repeated drills of case declension with examples. I know that it will take time.
        One more thing, the pronunciations of case ending are not familiar with me, for example, declension of семья, with the stress changes.
        That’s the reason, I asked you to provide more examples and audios.
        Thanks again.

        • Learn Russian Words says:

          It’s an interesting method, makes total sense. Thanks for sharing.

          Hopefully with time we will be able to add more examples for each word. 🙂

          Thank you for your feedback 🙂

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