The Ukrainian language is very rich in synonyms. For example, the word “horizon” has 12 synonyms. But the absolute record is the verb “to beat”. According to the “Dictionary of Synonyms of the Ukrainian Language”, it has 45 synonyms.
The Ukrainian language is rich in diminutive forms. Oddly, but even the word “enemies” has its own diminutive form.
The most commonly used letter in the Ukrainian alphabet is the letter “n”. The letter “f” is the least-used letter of the Ukrainian alphabet. Words starting with this letter, in the vast majority of cases, came to Ukrainian from other languages.
The Ukrainian language is officially recognized as one of the most beautiful: it occupies the second place in the world by melodic (after Italian) and the third most beautiful vocabulary (after French and Persian). In the video below you may enjoy listening to famous Ukrainian poetry about love by Volodymyr Sosuyra “Tak nikhto ne kokhav”:
The most translated among Ukrainian poetry works is Taras Shevchenko’s “Testament”: it has been translated into 147 languages.
Outside Europe, Ukrainian has a semi-official status in the United States (Cook County, Illinois). About 5.5 million people live in this district. And the Ukrainian language was chosen as one of the most commonly used languages in the area.
The town of Slavutych, is a town of survivors. It was
constructed in the year 1986 and residents started to increase from 1988.
Slavutych is located in the Kyiv Oblast and is only 50
kilometers away from the structure that instigated its foundation, the
Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. The power plant was located in a town named
Prypiat and even though this town had approximately 50 ...
The Center for Contemporary Art, also known as the Soros Center for Contemporary Art or SCCA, is located in the district of Podil, in Kiev. It is an extremely old part of the city and this adds nostalgia and history to the gallery which is housed in a building that dated back to the XVIIIth century. The Soros Center for Contemporary Arts has become one of the most significant art galleries ...
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