How correctly: "at the airport" or "at the airport"?
A rich Russian language is not so easy to learn for foreign nationals, because even you and I sometimes find it difficult to understand some intricate rules of the native language. People pronounce the same word differently, emphasizing different syllables. Take the same word "airport" in the prepositional case. Do you, native speakers of the Russian language, know how correctly: “at the airport” or “at the airport”?
Correctly pronounce "at the airport"! Explain why. Prepositional case has 2 kinds of values: adverbial and objective. If the noun is in a phrase with an adjectival meaning, then it will have the ending "y". And if in the phrase with the object value, then "e". For example, “no smoking at the airport”, “work in the forest”, “was in 2003”; but "drawing on the house."