Arnon Grunberg



The Russian lessons continue in Tiraspol. We worked on the conjugation of the verb “eating” and we focused on the fact that the word “children” in Russian changes when you refer to six or more children. When speaking about five or fewer children you use the word rebjonuk or rebjonka (Ребёнок), for six or more children you use the word “djute” Детей.

I was forced to make sentences like:

“I’m eating four children. She is eating nine children. You don’t eat children.”