Василь Стус, шістдесятники, дисиденти Ukrainian Lessons Podcast

This is the finale episode of Ukrainian Lessons Podcast – Season 4! 🎉 One more time, Anna will tell you about a famous Ukrainian in slow and simple language. Discover the life story of a Ukrainian poet and dissident Василь Стус and find out more about the 1960-70s in the Soviet Ukraine.

Remember, this episode is entirely in Ukrainian. For episodes with English, check out Season 1 or Season 2.

Music in the podcast:

Onuka – ZENIT

Background music from Epidemic Sound

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Transcript, Vocabulary, and Exercises!

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Конспект уроку – lesson notes for this episode include:

  • Full transcript of the whole episode in Ukrainian;
  • Vocabulary: translation of more difficult words on the side;
  • Idioms & expressions: table of the idioms mentioned in the episode (with English translation);
  • Grammar: word order in Ukrainian;
  • Bonus Exercises to practice grammar and idioms.

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Anna Ohoiko

Привіт! Мене звати Анна. I am a Ukrainian linguist, teacher, and the Ukrainian Lessons founder. My biggest hobby is to learn foreign languages and my passion to teach the most beautiful one. I also enjoy traveling, cooking and being with my friends and family.

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