Previous ed. Ukrainian phrasebook / Jim Dingley, Olena Bekh. 1996.
|LC Classifications||PG3827 .D56 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||286 p. :|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||2002282859|
This is an excellent book for common everyday phrases in the Ukrainian Language. It has 15 sections of different topic encountered on a trip to Ukraine. After the last chapter, a dictionary has all the words used in the book. A two cassette tapes with the same authors follows the books phrases/5(11). " Ukrainian Phrasebook, Dictionary, Menu Guide & Interactive Factbook is the most comprehensive Ukrainian guide I have seen. Its user-friendly hyperlinks allow one to easily explore Ukrainian language, cuisine and culture. With over pages, this book is a wealth of Ukrainian knowledge with great clarity and specificity."/5(5). Stress in Ukrainian is not fixed; it can fall anywhere within a word, either at the beginning, end or in the middle of a particular word. In most learning material for Ukrainian, the stress is always indicated by an accent mark above a vowel. Note that in all forms of Ukrainian media, either newspapers, books, etc. Wherever you go in Ukraine, you'll soon be mingling with the locals. Packed with phrases on everything from bargaining at rynok to hiking and eating out, this book will spice up your Ukrainian adventure. Order you borshch in the local language, navigate the /5.
So, you've gotten separated from your tour group in a quaint Ukrainian town, and you need to find a restroom -- quickly. Never fear! This little phrasebook will save the day! It covers virtually all you'll need to survive even the longest visit to beautiful Ukraine. The phrases are in English, Ukrainian. Ukrainian is an East Slavic language most similar to Belarusian, with strong similarities with Polish and Slovak. Ukrainian is, to a lesser extent, lexically similar to other Slavic languages such as Czech, Russian and so on. It uses a variation of Cyrillic alphabet. Stress Unfortunately. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid IA Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II City Hawthorn, Vic. Containerid S Donor bostonpubliclibraryPages: phraseBook a book for people visiting a foreign country, listing useful expressions in the language of the country together with their equivalent in the visitor's own language. "It's always a good idea to pack a phrase book of the local language." Select Language For phraseBook.
Ukrainian Phrasebook, Dictionary, Menu Guide & Interactive Factbook - Ebook written by Masha Drach, Olga Ivanivna Kravtsova. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Ukrainian Phrasebook, Dictionary, Menu Guide & Interactive Factbook. Ukraine is the second-largest country in Europe - so there's a lot of conversation to have. With this phrasebook say goodbye to awkward silences and get your chat on. Packed with phrases on everything from bargaining at a rynok to hiking and eating out, this book will spice up your Ukrainian : $ Useful phrases and sentences followed by a list of major relevant words complete each section. The end of the book has an English-Ukrainian vocabulary. A Ukrainian-English vocabulary would also have been useful, but would have repeated the vocabularies in each section. I can't recommend this book 5/5(5). The Russian to Ukrainian phrasebook and translator contains a list of professionally translated phrases. It is possible to listen to the pronunciation of each phrase. Thanks to the multiplicity of its lexicon, the Russian to Ukrainian phrasebook and translator is really indispensable for a traveller: the included phrases have been /5().