I'm learning Russian, and I see it mentioned in study material that Russian nouns have three declensions (склонения). In English-language learning material, the order of the declensions is like so:
- First declension: Most masculine and neuter nouns
- Second declension: Mostly feminine nouns ending in -а or -я
- Third declension: Mostly for feminine nouns ending in consonant + ь or ending in -мя
However, I've seen it mentioned a few times that the order of these declensions is different for Russian schools. Is there a standard order that native speakers are usually taught?