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  2. These are word endings.
    In this case, it’s an excerpt from a song. Right?
    The song needs a rhyme. These word endings help create it.
    It’s just sounds better. 🤷🏽‍♀️

  3. >**I need some help, can someone explain why the words end in -ми?**

    Прежними (preceding) is adjective. Plural, instrumental case, hence -ми ending. Used as «All that has been promised by preceding us» meaning «by us who were in the past»

    Single nominative case is прежний

    Снежными (snowy) is adjective, plural, instrumental ase, hence -ми ending. Used as «snowy flakes» Single nominative case is снежный

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