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stasya | 17.06.2012 | 0

Introduction to Ukrainian language: Alphabet.

Noun: Gender, Cases, Declensions, First declension, Second declension, Third declension, Fourth declension.

Adjective: General information, Declension, Degrees of comparison.

Verb: General information (forms of the verb).

Adverb: General information (types, degrees of comparison).

Preposition: Location and destination.

Numeral: General information, Basic cardinal numerals, Ordinal numerals, Declension and Few more rules (numerals + nouns).

Telling time: Seasons and months, Days of the week, Hours.

Pronoun: General information (nine groups of pronouns), Declension.

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Introduction to Ukrainian language

stasya | 20.01.2011 | 7

The first thing one should start from, when learning a new language, is the alphabet.

Knowing the letters and sounds you will encounter during your long journey sure is useful and helps a lot with learning new words.

Once you have mastered the alphabet consider yourself officially in!

To be serious I find it really hard for English-speaking (or people whose native language is based on Latin alphabet) people to actually understand and “see” Cyrillic letters. Very often they confuse letters like “b” and “ь” or “R” and “Я” or “n” and “п” etc., which leads to some sort of mutant words. Can't say I can blame them, but if you want to study well and understand what you're studying you shouldn't mix the letters thus preventing the mess in your head and other people's heads.

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