Привіт! Вітаю на сайті! My name is Anna Ohoiko, I am a Ukrainian teacher and educational resources developer. I have created this website for learning Ukrainian to share good-quality and useful Ukrainian lessons online.
Start from learning the 100 most common Ukrainian words with our free list and flashcards. Then we have a great resource, 1000 most useful Ukrainian words to learn the necessary Ukrainian words with examples, flashcards, and pronunciation.
Ukrainian learners say:
Ukrainian Lessons blog
Resources for your Ukrainian learning
I know what you must be thinking: 10 meanings of the word “так”? It seems like too many! That’s Ukrainian for you 🙂 Let’s dive in!
You can kill two birds with one stone by keeping up with news in Ukrainian. Firstly, you will stay informed and ready to discuss any pressing matters. Secondly, you will learn all the contemporary vocabulary. Here are a few of the most important and popular news sources in Ukraine.
Traditional Easter greetings in Ukrainian are completely different from our usual Добрий день. Ukrainians love Easter and have a variety of traditions connected with it. No wonder – it is one of the biggest and oldest Christian holidays. In this short article you will find a way to greet your Ukrainian family and friends.
Do you want to be able to say something instead of just nodding your head “yes” or shaking your head “no”? Here are a few useful expressions to agree and disagree in Ukrainian!
A lot of language learners need to know the best way to memorize new words faster. Having the right word on the tip of your tongue can be really frustrating! I know, I’ve been there. Today I’ve come up with a list of tried and tested 8 methods of learning Ukrainian vocabulary efficiently.
Ukrainian cartoons are a source of simple and clear language. We’ve prepared for you a list of videos – old and modern Ukrainian cartoons!
Ukrainians like singing a lot – we have around 200,000 folk songs! Check out our Top 10 Ukrainian folk songs list and tell us if there should be some more.
Ah, the capital of Ukraine! I bet every Ukrainian learner has got a list of things to do in Kyiv. I’ve been living here for 12 years and the hardest part about writing this text was choosing only five things. I’ve managed though, so come with me on this little trip.
Do you want to learn the Ukrainian alphabet? Or maybe practice Ukrainian pronunciation? Then the Ukrainian Alphabet guide with videos and examples is for you. Why does the Ukrainian alphabet look so different? 😳 The Ukrainian алфавіт or абетка (alphabet) is a...
Discover the list of holidays in Ukraine for the year 2020! It includes secular and religious, official (non-working) and unofficial holidays.
Take a look at your calendar – is it time to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year yet? I’d like to give you a list of ideas on how to greet your Ukrainian friends.
Reflexive verbs in Ukrainian are easy to recognize: they all end with the suffix –ся (–сь) after the infinitive: митися, боятися, or кататись.The reflexive form is quite common in Ukrainian: the majority of the verbs have it.