How many declensions are there in Russian?
Regarding this, how many Russian cases are there?
Similarly, how do Russians learn cases? Start from for example Dative case, learn 2 prepositions which require it, then switch to Genitive and learn 3 prepositions, then switch to learning case endings, then go to Accusative case and ask why it has the same prepositions as Genitive and say that Russian language has no logic.
One may also ask, does Russian have declensions?
Russian is more conservative in its declensions than many other modern Indo-European languages (English, for example, has almost no declensions remaining in the language). Note: In the tables below, the Accusative case appears between the Nominative and Genitive cases.
How many cases are there in English?