This is an answer from quora.com and I think it could be interesting not only for those who don’t know Russian language or learning it.\n Answer by Alice Tsymbarevich: \n\n -ov(a), -ev(a) and -in(a) are suffixes denoting “of the”, “belonging to” (-ov does sound a bit like of, doesn’t it? Easy to remember!). They are … Why do Russians have “V” in their names?
Answer by Anne W Zahra: \n\n When you study English, you have to learn a lot of words (vocabulary breadth). You also must understand how to use the words you know. (vocabulary depth). Vocabulary breadth comes from word study. You take courses and you learn lists of words and take tests. You may buy a … What should I do to increase my vocabulary in English?