Here are the Russian pronouns that can be used as the subject of a sentence. (Known as the nominative (1st )case.)
Я - I
Ты - You (informal and only for 1 person)
Он - He, It (male)
Она - She, It (female)
Оно - It (no male no female)
Мы - We
Вы - You (formal, or plural)
Они - They
Вы is used as the formal singular "you" and the plural "you" when talking to more than one person.
Here are the Russian pronouns that can be used as the object of a sentence. (Known as the accusative (4th) case)
Меня - Me
Тебя - You (informal)
Его - Him, It (male,neutral)
Её - Her, It (female)
Нас - Us
Вас - You (formal, or plural)
Их - Them
If you understand you can try to make some sentences with these pronouns. For example:
Я люблю тебя. - I love you
Они пригласили нас на вечеринку. - They invited us to the party.
Ok, so do pronouns change depending on whether the sentence is a question, or is a question in Russian simply just changing the punctuation? For example, would you say "тебе грустно?" или "ты грутно?"
We say "тебе грустно" and "ты грустный". Both these variants mean "you're sad"
how about (падежы) ,
1. Падежи (after Ж and Ш we write И)
2. Ok, I will write cases for pronouns on this weekend.
Very Interestng, Thank you