Ukrainian Phrasebook

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Lonely Planet, 1996 - Ukrainian language - 221 pages
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Ukrainian is, after Russian, the most widely spoken language in the Russian Federation, with more than 50 million speakers. There are also about half a million speakers living in the USA and Canada. It contains - the only Ukrainian phrasebook available to date; - thorough grammar section as there are very few texts on the market for those interested in studying the language; - all chapters include words and phrases that relate to the traveller's needs, plus extra vocab on making conversation, expressing opinions, getting to know people; - Cyrillic script throughout, with accompanying transliteration for easy pronunciation.

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Olena Bekh specializes in teaching Ukrainian to foreigners and has worked at the International Renaissance Foundation, Kiev.
Jim Dingley is the secretary of the Board of Trustees of the Francis Skaryna Belarusian Library and Museum in London.

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