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diplos pelekys
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 15:22
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I want to learn Russian or Ukrainian! :-)

After Ruslana's victory I want to learn her language or Russian!!!
After I got to know her and to like her, my interest for the ex-USSR countries has grown so much that I want to learn many things about culture & history & arts & music & sports & politics & almost everything about these countries!

But first of all Russian or Ukrainian!
R they difficult languages?
Shall I start with self-teaching method or take some private lessons with russian/ukrainian teacher? Or go to a school for languages?
I know not a single word from these languages! Only "da" and "niet" and "spasiba" and of course....... RUSLANA :-) :-) :-)

Please help me with your advice!!! :-)

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 15:30
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diplos pelekys
R they difficult languages?
For me (I am a Ukrainian) not. But thez are VERY VERY VERY difficult.

Shall I start with self-teaching method or take some private lessons with russian/ukrainian teacher? Or go to a school for languages?
I think self teaching will be heloless, like private lessons. My advice is to go to a specialized school and to communicate with Ukrainians (we know both -- Russian and Ukrainian since we were born) or Russians. For example, with us, members of this forum.

I know not a single word from these languages!
Well, it will be difficult for you...

racsy

# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 15:33
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in ukrain ,,yes" is say ,,tak" or ,,da"?

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 15:41
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racsy
in ukrain ,,yes" is say ,,tak" or ,,da"?
Tak.

racsy

# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 15:46
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Cosa_nostra
a na ruskom je DA?

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 15:49
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racsy
Da, na ruskom DA))) Ti znaesh russkij?

racsy

# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 15:56
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Cosa_nostra
neeeeee

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 16:02
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racsy
So what was it?))

racsy

# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 16:02
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Cosa_nostra
serbish.

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 16:06
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racsy
Ohh.... I don't know it))

racsy

# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 16:08
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Cosa_nostra
serbish is little like russian

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 16:10
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racsy
I see))

racsy

# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 16:11
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Cosa_nostra
:-}

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 16:12
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racsy
And Ukrainian is like Belorussian and Polish))

racsy

# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 16:13
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Cosa_nostra
and serbiah is like macedonish,and macedonish is like bulgarish...

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 16:16
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racsy
and serbiah is like macedonish,and macedonish is like bulgarish...
Anyways, I think I coul learn serbian if I had time))

racsy

# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 16:22
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Cosa_nostra
i'll be your teacher!

Christiane
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 17:04
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Cosa_nostra
Well, it will be difficult for you
It´s difficult for everyone, who is not used to any slavic language, I think.

And Ukrainian is like Belorussian and Polish
there´s something I remember, when I was watching the ESC. When it was Poland´s turn to give their votes, the polish presenter greeted the ukrainian hosts with "dobry vechir" and the hosts greeted in Polish with the same words, but just the other way round ;-)

obw
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 17:29
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Christiane
the polish presenter greeted the ukrainian hosts with "dobry vechir" and the hosts greeted in Polish with the same words, but just the other way round

Mmmh... must be idiomatic, because the polish expression is "Dobry wieczór", which is nearly the same. Only two vowel shifts... :^)

Christiane
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 17:52
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obw
must be idiomatic, because the polish expression is "Dobry wieczór"
Yes, I just didn´t know, how to write it.

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 18:04
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racsy
I am ready)))

Christiane
When it was Poland´s turn to give their votes, the polish presenter greeted the ukrainian hosts with "dobry vechir" and the hosts greeted in Polish with the same words, but just the other way round ;-)
There is great Ukrainian history: Ukraine was a part of Poland.

Christiane
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 18:06
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Cosa_nostra
There is great Ukrainian history: Ukraine was a part of Poland.
Yes I know, this was discussed here before some time ago. This forum is very educational sometimes :-)

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 18:12
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Christiane
This forum is very educational sometimes :-)
I know=) I have made a topic about Kiev myself too)

diplos pelekys
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 18:55
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Cosa_nostra
My advice is to go to a specialized school and to communicate with Ukrainians (we know both -- Russian and Ukrainian since we were born) or Russians. For example, with us, members of this forum.

Thanx a lot!!! I had also the same idea: to visit a school for languages. We have here in Greece PUSHKIN INSTITUTE for Russian language. When I have time and enough money, I'll start ASAP :-) ...and then I can communicate with you in the forum ;-)

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 19:12
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diplos pelekys
Will be waiting for a talk))

Guido
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 19:22
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There is great Ukrainian history: Ukraine was a part of Poland.
More : the western part of Ukraina - Lviv - Lemberg was once part of austrian-hungarian double monarchy. Not realy as a part of it but as some kind of "Protectorat" ?
I've read here there are (strong ?) polish influences in western ukrainian dialects. Ruslanas steres statt tsetiri ?

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 20:14
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Guido
Not realy as a part of it but as some kind of "Protectorat" ?
It was a part... There was only such a political system, which was not so strict as in Russia...

I've read here there are (strong ?) polish influences in western ukrainian dialects.
May be... As western Ukrainian is not like the literature ukrainian.

racsy

# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 21:32
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Cosa_nostra
I am ready
so,which wrds you want to know?

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 22:02
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racsy
Hm... "What is your name?"

racsy

# Posted: 20 Jun 2005 22:04
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Cosa_nostra
kako se zoves?

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