In the appendix or in the application. How to write correctly?

In writing nouns ending on –IE (do not confuse with the end –e) There is always a problem in writing letters e or And In their end. And the whole point is that such nouns (revelation, application, introduction, constellation, etc.) are inclined in a special way, in contrast to the nouns of the second declension of the middle kind. In the form of a prepositional case, nouns on the end have the end -And, Compare:

P.P. About the lakes, about the window, about the introduction, about television, about the constellation-and.

In order to correctly write forms of nouns on -yi, we look at the context of their use, that is, we should clearly define the case of a noun, for example:

I will look to the application (what? In attachmente – accusative case = nominative case)

in the application I did not find anything interesting.

What? In attachmentAnd – prepositional case of the noun on -ye.

Therefore, we will write correctly: in the documents listed in the application.

Nouns that end in ‘-ie’ are very numerous. Among them is the word ‘Appendix’. When coordinating a noun ‘application’ with other words, an excuse is often required ‘B’. But the difficulty is not the choice of the preposition, but the selection of the right letter for the end. Examples that I offer below characterize all the main cases of using the word ‘application’ with a pretext ‘B’. In them, I will indicate which case what end will correspond.


Where? – in the application. What? – in the application. An example asked in the question corresponds to this end, that is, the prepositional case. Documents listed in the application.

What? – To the application. Where? – To the application. The letter ‘e’ will correspond to the shape of the vinite case.

If the combination ‘in the application’ plays the role of the word ‘in addition’, then we write the ending ‘e’.

The combination ‘in the application (I)’ can be used in the language in several values, depending on which to answer different questions. This moment will be key during choosing the right end:

  1. (Where? What?) You need to write ‘in the application’. For example: ‘In the appendix to this grammatical rule, we see several important points regarding consonants’.
  2. (Where? What?) You need to write ‘in the application’. For example: (comic proposal) ‘I don’t understand where to bring your modesty – in the Red Book or still in the application to it?’.
  3. (As what? In the form of what?) Written ‘in the application’. For example: ‘And in the application to all this, Peter Samsonych also managed to kiss Froska on the lips’. As you can see, ‘in the application’ acts as a pretext.

The Russian language involves the use in the letter both the option ‘in the appendix’ and ‘in the application’.

In order to navigate and correctly choose the ending for the word, it is necessary to determine the case in which this noun with the pretext is used in the sentence.

If we have an accusative, or nominative case, then the end of ‘-ie’.

If we are dealing with the prepositional – ‘-Ia’.

There is one and another version of writing (both on -I- and on -I-).

What? – application.

Before us is a noun of the middle kind and the only number.

When writing this or that option, we will pay attention to the context and ask questions for the word.

When sending, sending a letter or any document in something, then you need to write ‘in the appendix’ (where? or what? – it turns out put in a prepositional case).

In the appendix or in the application. How to write correctly?

Well, if the letter is sent somewhere or in anything, then we put the word in the accusative case and write ‘in the application’.

In our example: documents listed in the application.

As for this combination itself, we can easily write it both in the application and as in the application. That is, use either the form of the prepositional case or the form. How it turns out? It is very simple if we find a mistake in some application, we will say – a mistake in the application. We can talk for example about a computer program. If we give something to what has already happened, then let’s say a new function was added to the application.

In the example given in the question, the prepositional case should be used, answering the question of what? and therefore write documents (in what?) in the application.

The correct spelling depends on the case. I am in the application (what? Prepositional case), but I want to enter to the application (What? Accusative)

In this case, the ending is determined depending on the context in which the word ‘application’ is located. We look at the context if the word is in the prepositional case and the question is raised to it?’, then the end will be’ and ‘ – in attachmentAnd. The above example is just such a case, so there will be ‘documents listed in the appendixAnd‘.

If the word, based on the context, is in the vinological case, then the ending is put ‘e’ – ‘Send an additional file in the application’.

It is necessary to answer what question this word answers.

To do this, scrap it:

AND.P. Application

R.P. Applications

D.P. Appendix

IN.P. Appendix – look (where?, What?) to the application

T.P. Application

P.P. In the appendix – the link is located (where? what) in the application.


Documents listed (Where?, what? prepositional case) in the application.

Depending on how the proposal is formed. Maybe the option to the application, For example: ‘please view the documents included in the application’. The question is asked here?’. And if the question is asked ‘where?’, then you need to write in the application. Example: ‘The main data on the career are in the appendix’.

‘In the Appendix’ is written correctly if it is used in the sentence like this…necessary information is in the application..’

But also ‘in the application’ is also written correctly if it is put so ‘..the necessary information is included in the application to the document..’

Both spelling options are correct.

If the documents are attached to something, then ‘in the application’, and if you need to, for example, look in the attached documents, then ‘in the appendix’.

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