The world’s best way to learn Ukrainian

Are you interested in international dating? Obviously, you fully realize that Ukrainian girls are taught one or even two of the Slavic languages as children. Would you like to figure out what language is spoken in Ukraine? 67.5% of the country’s population speaks Ukrainian. It’s the official language. 29.6% of Ukraine’s population speaks Russian. The rest (2.9%) are native speakers of other tongues.

Fortunately, a vast majority of ladies in our country master English or speak it fluently, so we hope you’ll be able to talk with them, however, it seems rather beneficial to learn a few useful Ukrainian phrases. Furthermore, if you start to think seriously about marriage and want to take a closer look at Slavic culture, we’ll be excited to offer you certain tips on how to learn Ukrainian grammar and vocabulary efficiently.

If you learn grammar rules, you will learn more efficiently, because it makes reading much simpler since written language is more complex than spoken one. On the other hand, people commonly get hung up on learning grammar as if there are always new levels to unlock on the way to “fluency.” Grammar gives you a valuable tool, but it isn’t the end-all of a new language learning. To be honest, what you need is a balanced study plan. You should mix different activities according to the key principles.

Creating the appropriate environment is of particular importance, for instance, watching movies, reading books, navigating national web-cites may help. Due to constant listening you will be sure how to pronounce words correctly. You can use a wide variety of applications and speak aloud. Don’t be afraid to sound ridiculous and remember — practice makes perfect.

Ukrainian by comparison has a lot of things with no equivalent in English, for example, and so many random sentence structures where the entire meaning changes just by adding in specific expressions in a certain way with no apparent logic behind it (for native English speakers). At least, it’s incredibly easy, even if what you say is technically grammatically correct, to be completely unnatural.

What’s the best way to learn something new about Ukraine and become closer to your soulmate? Learning the language with a native speaker! Whenever you get a chance, immerse yourself in the relevant environment, go to the theatre, attend exhibitions devoted to Ukrainian issues, talk to native speakers, text more in Ukrainian.

Is it possible to learn everything at once? Probably, it’s not a good idea. You can start with the simplest words and sentences, for example “Yak spravy?” (How are you?), “Dobre, diakuiu!” (Fine, thanks!), “Dobroho dnia!” (Hello!), “Skilky tse koshtuie?” (How much is it?), “Ty chudovo vyhliadaiesh!” (You look great.)

Instead of trying to immerse yourself all at once, try taking it slowly and not doing so much at a time. Also, keep improving your skills and remember to look back on the older things. While learning something new may be challenging, it can also be heaps of fun. Most people won’t be great at something they haven’t tried before when they first start, but it can be really enjoyable to be pushed out of your comfort zone when you try something new.