October 20, 2021

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7 reasons to learn the Ukrainian language

7 reasons to learn the Ukrainian language


by Victor

What languages ​​do you speak? English, Spanish, French? .. Be unique and learn Ukrainian! This language is modern, widespread and dignified. To discover 7 reasons to learn Ukrainian and start today!

1. Millions speak it

You will be able to “speak to the hearts” of more than 30 million people whose mother tongue is Ukrainian. These people live not only in Ukraine, but also in North and South America, Europe and Asia.

Ukrainian language abroad

2. The official language of a huge country

You will speak in the only official language of 2nd largest country in Europe. According to the Ukrainian constitution, the the state language of Ukraine is the Ukrainian language.

constitution of ukraine

3. Old and growing

You will learn a rich and well-developed language with an ancient history, dating from the twelfth century and earlier.

old Slavic language

Ancient Ukrainian language in 1397

4. Music to your ears

You will be able to speak (and sing!) In one of the files the best languages ​​in the world, so sweet and so musical! A well-known Christmas carol is originally performed a cappella in Ukrainian language.

5. It looks great

The Ukrainian Cyrillic alphabet is very beautifull. It’s not true?

cyryllic alphabet

Are you wondering what is the difference between Ukrainian and Russian? Find the detailed answer in Ukrainian and Russian: how similar? How is it different?

6. Easy to pronounce

Letters in Ukrainian we are pronounced as they are written. So if you see “професія”, you say each letter “profesi-ya”, it’s not like reading “profession” in English or French. Great, isn’t it?

funny Ukrainian letters

7. Language of freedom

And the last, but still important, reason. Historically speaking, people who speak Ukrainian are brave, hospitable and care for each other. By learning Ukrainian you will become part of a nation that respects dignity and freedom.

euromaidan

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We hope you are now (even more) inspired to learn the wonderful Ukrainian language! And if you are, stick with Ukrainian lessons 😉

Are you planning to start learning Ukrainian? Start with our list of 14 basic Ukrainian expressions!


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