Listen to the conversation between two colleagues and learn the difference between the verbs of movement in Ukrainian, like їздити and їхати in context!
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In this Ukrainian Lesson you will:
- listen to my introduction about the winter holidays season;
- listen to the formal conversation between two colleagues about the vacation plans in Ukrainian;
- learn more about using the Accusative case with the verbs of movement in Ukrainian;
- discover the difference between їхати і їздити and other verbs of movement in Ukrainian;
- practice using the verbs of movement;
- learn about the foreign passport and European visa situation in Ukraine now.
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