The list of common Russian verbs often used with the Accusative case.
Some of the verbs take the Accusative case without any preposition, others require a preposition in front of the noun or a pronoun to be used with the Accusative case.
Please note that not all of the given examples illustrate the use of the Accusative case with the verbs.
Learn more about the Accusative case here.
to stare, to goggle
to do, to make
to keep, to save, to preserve, to retain
Благодаря́ упру́гому и подви́жному хвосту́ ко́шки мо́гут сохраня́ть равнове́сие во вре́мя прыжка́ и в слу́чае паде́ния с высоты́.
bla-ga-da-ryá up-rú-ga-mu ee pad-véezh-na-mu hvas-tú, kósh-kee mó-gut sah-ra-nyát' rav-na-vyé-see-ye va vryé-mya prysh-ká ee f slú-cha-ye pa-dyé-nee-ya s vy-sa-tý
Thanks to the elastic and flexible tail, cats can maintain balance when jumping and when falling from a height.
to pass, to hand over; to tell, to communicate, to transmit
to take off (clothes/shoes); to rent (house/apartment); to take a photograph / to film
to count, to consider
to notice, to mark, to observe, to catch sight of; to remark, to comment
to remember, to retain, to keep in mind
to return, to give back; to get back, to win back