As a language learner and teacher, I strongly believe that it is important to listen a lot about the topics you enjoy in your target language. This way you get used to the real (not textbook) intonation, expand your vocabulary, learn to catch the whole phrase and...
To ask for time in Ukrainian, we use the phrase Котра година? – What time is it? The answer to this question contains two parts, as in any language.
Firstly we talk about година – an hour. We use a special type of numbers for this purpose, порядкові числівники – ordinal numbers. Learn more about ordinal numbers in Ukrainian in our article.
Lviv is the capital of Ukrainian food tourism. Due to the variety of nationalities, which brought to this city a part of the unique cuisine, Lviv is famous for the Ukrainian, Polish, Austrian, and Jewish dishes and drinks. There are so many different cafes, restaurants, and snack bars that it is impossible to visit all of them even if you live in Lviv for years. That is why we have created Food Guide to Lviv for you not to miss the important parts of the city culture.
This Ukrainian folk song is fun and good to practice your Accusative case in Ukrainian! A Ukrainian girl plays with the feelings of a young man…
It is about time to learn a new type of words – Ukrainian adjectives. They answer the question який? – which? and show the characteristic of the subject. Here are some common opposites for you to improve your vocabulary! Each of them has a different ending according to the gender of a noun the adjective refers to.
Sometimes short Ukrainian words can get more tricky than the normal ones. You can easily mix them up or confuse with the words from another foreign language. Also, these could be the first Ukrainian words you could learn as they are so easy to pronounce.
It is весна – spring now! Let’s learn some words from spring vocabulary in Ukrainian. Listen to the pronunciation of them below. Have a good time!
One of the first things we learn as babies are the sounds that animals make, but did you know that these sounds are different in every language? Here is how animals sound in Ukrainian!
Cover picture from Ladna kobieta Are you in love with a Ukrainian man or woman? Great choice 😀 Now you should learn some Ukrainian love phrases to impress your beloved one and make him or her love you more. Here are 10 Ukrainian love expressions and romantic words...
The name of Олександр Пономарьов may sound new for you. This Ukrainian song is about two people who are totally different because of their way of living, but the man is waiting for the woman, in spite of all disconnections.
Discover the list of holidays in Ukraine for the year 2018! It includes secular and religious, official (non-working) and unofficial holidays – ones that are known by all Ukrainians. Save the dates!
Look at musical instruments in Ukrainian – музичні інструменти! Listen to the pronunciation below and learn the words with Ukrainian Lessons picture.
Practice your Ukrainian pronunciation with rhythm and fun! Try out Ukrainian lessons collection of скоромовки – tongue twisters!
Щедрівка is a traditional Ukrainian song, which people sing on Щедрий вечір – Generous Eve. Listen and read the translation of щедрівка.
Learn different parts of the body with us! You will easily understand the body in Ukrainian looking at the picture. Listen and repeat the words.
One more Ukrainian song from Скрябін! We publish Ukrainian songs with translation so that you could discover Ukrainian modern culture
Let’s talk about winter – зима! Here is winter vocabulary in Ukrainian, which will be helpful for you these months.
If you want to master your Ukrainian language or just learn more about Ukrainian culture, here are 7 great Ukrainian movies. We have found them online for you!
Going shopping in Ukraine? Learn the names of clothes in Ukrainian! Also, you can learn colors in Ukrainian and describe your favorite piece of clothing
Take a look at our map of a town in Ukrainian! Find buildings and places in town, do you know these words in Ukrainian? Drill your pronunciation too.
Learn the days of the week in Ukrainian with us today! Do the pronunciation part – listen and repeat after the native speaker. Enjoy learning Ukrainian!