Антон любит Свету. Anton loves Sveta.
This is one of the examples when to use the Accusative case in Russian. The noun СВЕТА (Sveta) is put here in the form of the Accusative case СВЕТУ (Sveta) as it expresses the direct object of an action which is done by the subject Антон (Anton). In Russian Nouns, Adjectives and Pronouns that express a direct object of an action are always put in the Accusative case forms.
Learn more about Accusative case in Russian in our consolidated data on the rules of the usage of Accusative case with examples in Russian and English. Read them carefully and try to give your own sample for each rule. Use tables of the Accusative case endings for the Nouns, Adjectives and Pronouns in singular and plural forms. Find here a list of the common verbs used with the Accusative case.
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Accusative case questions:
Что? What?, Кого? Who? Whom?, Куда? Where to?, Когда? When?, Как часто? How often?, Как долго? How long?, Сколько? How much? How long?, За сколько времени? For how much time? , На сколько времени? For how long?
When to use the Accusative case in Russian. The use of the Accusative (with examples):