Ви готові до курсу історії України? Are you ready for a Ukrainian History Course? Have a look at some important historical expressions below before listening to this episode.


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Енциклопедія: Important historical terms from this episode

Study these important terms before listening to the episode:

  • кіммерійці, скіфи, сармати, гуни, готи – names of the tribes (племена) living in the territories of modern Ukraine at different times
  • Херсонес  an ancient Greek colony (давньогрецька колонія) founded approximately 2,500 years ago in the southwestern part of the Crimean Peninsula.
  • слов’яни – an ethnolinguistic group of Slavs.
  • Чорне море, Біле море, Балтійське море – names of the seas that surrounded the territories where Slavs (слов’яни) were living.
  • Київська Русь – Kievan Rus’, a federation of East Slavic tribes in Europe from the late 9th to the mid-13th
  • Олег, Ігор, Ольга, Святослав, Володимир Великий, Ярослав Мудрийthe most powerful kings (князі) of Kievan Rus.
  • Повість минулих літ” – the Primary Chronicle, the most ancient source of interpretation of the history of Kievan Rus’, compiled in Kiev about 1113 by Нестор Літописець – Nestor the Chronicler.
  • “Золота Орда” – The Golden Horde, Mongol state established in parts of present-day Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan after the break up of the Mongol Empire (Монгольська імперія) in the 1240s.

 

In this Ukrainian Lesson you will:

  • listen to my introduction about курс історії України;
  • learn some vocabulary to talk about history and time;
  • listen the first part of the Ukrainian History Course in 3 chunks with my explanations; 
  • try to solve a short quiz;
  • learn more about the fine line between facts and legends in the early history.

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  • Full transcript & translation of all the introduction and the lecture in history;
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Anna Ohoiko

Привіт! Мене звати Анна. I am a Ukrainian linguist, teacher, and the Ukrainian Lessons founder. My biggest hobby is to learn foreign languages and my passion to teach the most beautiful one. I also enjoy traveling, cooking and being with my friends and family.

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