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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