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Ukrainian and Russian Basic Phrases for Tourists

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Reaction Realm (2 months ago)
I'm confused you explain things very well can you do Russian alphabet please
Virtual Boy (5 months ago)
Ти з України ударение
Daniel Malloy (6 months ago)
what color is your real hair???
მე მარია (9 months ago)
Meni/mi podobaetsja rosiska moba ale kochaju tvoju ridnu mobu .Rozumesh polsku ta cesku dobre? )
owakus (10 months ago)
This year I'm gonna learn Ukrainian and Russian language. I'm a little bit afraid that they have so many words and stuff in common, so that sometimes it could be hard to switch from one to another. By the way I'm from Poland :-) so these languages are really similar to each other. Thank you for your video! You look beautiful with dark hair ;-)
მე მარია (9 months ago)
owakus jesli jestes polka/polakiem ,jezyki sa bardzo latwe.Bedziesz sie uczyc ich bardzo szybko .))
Zacky Roben (10 months ago)
Do you pronounce blyet the same as blyat? I'm sorry but it sounds the same.
Zacky Roben (10 months ago)
Olga Reznikova does bilyet and blyat sound the same?
Olga Reznikova (10 months ago)
what is this about?
sardar tariq (10 months ago)
I'm interested plz You are contact me'40 to 50 yehr old woman
ImperialJohn (10 months ago)
You are Crudo! Please teach us more Ukrainian but also speak the English because I often listen to it at work or in the car when I can't watch at the same time. I have your language videos in a playlist that keeps repeating during the day. I don't think my manager is happy. They think I'm listening to music when I should be working but it helps me concentrate more and focus to get rid of office distractions. Ukrainian and Russian are both pretty cool languages. I like how they say goodbye in Ukrainian and how the Russians say good night.
roNNie LVIII (11 months ago)
Thank you! It is interesting that и has different meanings in both languages. Or am I mistaken?
მე მარია (9 months ago)
Rochenreiter no ))).I means and in both languages.))
snicko (11 months ago)
Hrvat Hero (11 months ago)
Please go back to brunette, black doesnt really suit you :D
Z Z. (11 months ago)
Hi Olga! Thanks for video. Are waterproof/snow boots common for sale in Ukraine? Cost reasonable?
Trump News Network (11 months ago)
Who knew you had a twin? the twin on the left has better hair. I love this video, please do more like this. if it's ok with your twin:)))
Donnie D. (11 months ago)
Thanks for this video , keep doing more of these please !
Ketih Rendrag (11 months ago)
Thanks, Olga but I am a beginner - which is which, please?
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Ukrainian is left
NewCityMedia (11 months ago)
Love it. Very useful. More please Olga; maybe phrases too, like, "how are you?", "can you help me please?", "how do I travel to downtown on the bus or Metro please?", "where is the bank or ATM please?", "do you know where Olga Reznikova lives please?" :)
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
hehe, ok ok, but I am afraid it would be too complicated)
Mrs D (11 months ago)
Thanks much, Olya. It's great to have such a knowledgeable insider.
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Thank you!)
ПРИВЕТ YouTube (11 months ago)
I love this video, keep up this! I want video of Ukraine i too, as you have many different Cyrillic letters from Russian.
kitisabuebos (11 months ago)
I love this video, I like it Olga, simple video, but powerful in it's content!!! 😃
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Thank you! ;-)
amaromem1 (11 months ago)
I heard Polish language and is similar to Ukrainian, also people looks very similar.
only an idiot full of risk will go to Ukraine where the fascist regime rules and where there is a civil war
Antonio Azevedo (11 months ago)
Olga, where I live (João Pessoa, Paraíba State, Brazil) there are few russian languages school. There is not ukrainian one. I am trying learning them just by free apps. Please, make more videos like it with both languages.
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
ok, I will do ! ;-) Good that you like it ;-)
Stefan Billieri (11 months ago)
I see that your twin sister is very talented :) Very interesting video about the 2 languages.
Samir Haddou (11 months ago)
Next week going back to Kyiv!
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Willie Chua (11 months ago)
Wow! The words very near. Is it the voice very similar?
Albert Northman (11 months ago)
Olia u r so lovely when u speak russian!!!
VANDANA SHARMA (11 months ago)
lots of love from india
Muhammad zubair (11 months ago)
your way of teaching is good but u did not mention in english which language is russian & ukrainan .
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Muhammad zubair Yes, I noticed😁 Ukrainian is left
Graeme JSTFHill (11 months ago)
Hi Olga, thanks for the lesson, however, it was a bit confusing, as you didn't specify which language was Russian and which one Ukrainian
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Graeme JSTFHill Ukrainian is left
L. J. Bush (11 months ago)
Sure, it would be better though if you say what the English is for the words or phrases as well. I 'm really more interested in the Russian because I know more of that than I do Ukrainian. Thanks Olga.
L. J. Bush (11 months ago)
No No, I don't mean how you spell the word in English, I mean what the word means or which English word it represents, such as horoshaw( sorry, I don't have a cyrillic keyboard) in English is good, priviet means hello dokayou and spaseeba are thank you. Understand? Thanks Olga. Hey, is the proper way to say Olga, Olya or Olia, is that what the soft sign between the L and the G does?
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
L. J. Bush English is written in video
Jerick M. Tarongoy (11 months ago)
Hi olga I hope you visit The Philippines Someday =)
JAIR VASQUEZ (11 months ago)
Thank you Olga!
Michael Fields (11 months ago)
I though "Будь ласка" was please.
Christopher Delagarza (11 months ago)
Hi Olga, I found this video very useful. I met a Ukranian women online and am trying to learn some basic Ukranian to better communicate with her.
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Christopher Delagarza great!
Polysoon Palichuk (11 months ago)
ви повинні зробити відео Украінською мовою, щоб повачити, як багато хто це розуміє
0:40 I think you meant to say "please" for будь ласка and изволь.
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
I Cranfil it has few meanings
jason4275 (11 months ago)
The language Looks scary written on paper.
A CATAL (11 months ago)
It's very interesting and thank you!
jeff polman (11 months ago)
Thank you for all the great videos! Very good information. Have you thought about being a matchmaker?
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
jeff polman Yes, I thought, but don't want to be;)
GrowMTBF (11 months ago)
I don't live there..but my exception to your analysis, is, billyet. (USA) Ukrianian
val young (11 months ago)
Both language is almost the same
NoraInuG (10 months ago)
They're about as similar as Kashubian is to Polish
RedEX ONE (11 months ago)
hey great video i like u cute,,can u subscribe to my channel too pls?
Stefan Reichenberger (11 months ago)
By the way, blonde suits you much better than jet black (по-моему).
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Stefan Reichenberger ok, thanks;)
Stefan Reichenberger (11 months ago)
As far as I know, сч as in счёт is just pronounced like Russian щ.
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Stefan Reichenberger yes true
Martin4Ever (11 months ago)
Was too short. Will you make a longer version.
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Martin4Ever maybe
magnum mesiona (11 months ago)
Thank you Olya, please write it in English also down below the Russian & Ukrainian words.... thanks again it's exciting to learn..... Take care
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
magnum mesiona English is on top
Daniel Bengtsson (11 months ago)
The only word I knew before was spasiba. :)
Daniel Bengtsson (11 months ago)
Yes, before I just knew four words in Russian: Da, njet, spasiba, prastitje. :)
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
so now you expand your knowledge ;-)
Aaron Explores (11 months ago)
This is great, I hope you make some more videos like this with both languages.
Russia Uncensored (11 months ago)
Hello Olga, I love your channel and I love how you tell the truth about Russia. Are you married?
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
Yes, sure!
apoorv singh (11 months ago)
very nice it's very useful
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
thank you ;-)
bampogo (11 months ago)
відписка і йди на хуй
მე მარია (9 months ago)
Maxim Kovtun (11 months ago)
Не вона, а ти
Clark T (11 months ago)
Thank you! This is helpful!
hicham benguesmia (11 months ago)
I love it ..i need go ukraine
Cyrus Talladen (11 months ago)
fascinating to see the differences
Coco baby (11 months ago)
france ?
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
دمع عراقي (11 months ago)
I very very very very very very very love you
ragheed Tata (11 months ago)
Zak in youtube (11 months ago)
It's better to learn Russian because you can use it in and out Ukraine
Nicholas Klacsanzky (6 months ago)
Both are good to learn as there are Russians abd Ukrainians everywhere. If you are living in Ukraine, learning both languages is important.
მე მარია (9 months ago)
WithAStick AngryWhiteMan da ,russkij legche chem ukrainskij )))
WithAStick AngryWhiteMan (11 months ago)
I think Russian is much easier to learn than Ukrainian, I can understand 15-30% Ukrainian from their newspaper without any language training. I'm Russian though.
Esko Lebedev (11 months ago)
U can learn ukrainian after russian faster than opposite
Galaxy Shine (11 months ago)
Same one word's also in my country chai......( in India) Awesome........ Knowledge for tourists...... Spasiba Olga.......
Raju Karnik (7 months ago)
indian tea is much different and better than chinese tea.
YummYakitori (11 months ago)
Hasan Shaikh The term “chai” used in reference to tea by many languages worldwide was adopted from the Chinese language. In Mandarin / Cantonese, tea is “茶” (cha). The term “tea” or “te” in languages such as English, Dutch etc. on the other hand also comes from the Chinese language, but from a different dialect known as Southern Min (閩南語), in which tea is also known as “te” (荼), which is in fact a more archaic word for tea or bitter herbs, dating back more than 3000 years.
Russian has more words similar to English
WithAStick AngryWhiteMan (11 months ago)
We borrowed a lot of foreign words directly. Russians always want a simply and effective language, so both ourselves and foreigners can learn easily.
Esko Lebedev (11 months ago)
da ba (11 months ago)
Wow 2 olga's😃😄
Manfred Bismark (11 months ago)
მე მარია (9 months ago)
That is not neither U krainian nor Russian .😕😕😕😕you have written words of south-slavic languages and Russian /Ukrainian are not south -slavic languages.☺😊😊.
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
great! As Always ;-)
DragoN 3 PG (11 months ago)
Manfred Bismark Lol that is Yugoslav language. I speak it. I live in ex Yu. country.
Chris White (11 months ago)
Wow..! To me it seems that both are very hard to learn... But I have a question for You... Was English hard to learn for You..?
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
not hard)))
Kfhdjdl Hxghdjdjdk (11 months ago)
jean seban (11 months ago)
Вери найс вери свитти
JMQ - (11 months ago)
Isn't "Prosti" the word for sorry in Russian ? Btw thanks for the useful videos, You are one of the best channels to watch in order to know more about the procedures and living style in Ukraine
Bendegúz Török (10 months ago)
kitisabuebos in Hungarian too xD
kitisabuebos (11 months ago)
JMQ - Lol...😄 prosti... means "bitch " in Spanish,,, Lol, this world is funny...
Esko Lebedev (11 months ago)
Prosti means sorry and izvinite like excuse me
JMQ - (11 months ago)
Olga Reznikova I mean in the Video, You had sorry as "Izvinite" instead of "Prosti" In the Russian language not Ukrainian
Olga Reznikova (11 months ago)
But when you are in Ukraine, you hear Ukrainian words.

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