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Counting in Ukrainian

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Do you like this video and appreciate my efforts? I will be grateful for donations: - PayPal - https://www.paypal.me/OlgaReznikova How to count in Ukrainian, figures in Ukrainian see in my video lesson about ukrainian language.
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Vivek Ayaan (22 days ago)
Ukrainian pronounciation more or less is just like sanskrit....I think so.
Tasrif Ahsan Asif (1 month ago)
It's very helpful. Thanks for it....
Sushila Shrestha (3 months ago)
Thanks for it
Joshi Keerthi (3 months ago)
Also why dont we use дві and not двна like in case of oдна ?
Joshi Keerthi (3 months ago)
Hi olga! Could you tell me the difference between рік and роки
johnrtrucker (9 months ago)
Ukrainian word of the day "shisnaz'at' " Where is Ashley? I don't know shisnaz'at' her house
Holly Furgason (10 months ago)
How to you say "zero" in Ukrainian?
Abdul Rahim (1 year ago)
Thanks . Its very helpful
RIZWAN RSK (1 year ago)
#Thanks my dear #TEACHER i am able to counting in #Ukrainian #thanks
Stefan Reichenberger (1 year ago)
The numbers are almost the same as in Russian, except for some vowel shifts. The number 40 (sorok) is intriguing, because it's most probably not a slavic word.
Channel Direct (1 year ago)
Absolutely fantastic. Thanks again Olga. You have a gift for this.
BaBy Nick 115 (1 year ago)
Thank you this really helped with my research project on Ukrainian. :)
Kennedy Kerry (1 year ago)
будто мне что если я уже знаю российский стиль я могу знать будто находить по-украинский. Але українська мова краще!
Mohd Tesil (1 year ago)
Thanks this is very helpful for us
#KA Bullets (1 year ago)
Mohd Tesil I agree
Jade Zasadny (2 years ago)
So for the number symbols (1, 2, 3, etc.) do Ukrainians use the same symbols?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
yes
YummYakitori (2 years ago)
Sounds a lot like Polish jeden dwa trzy cztery pięć sześć siedem osiem dziewięć dziesięć
Snow Fawn (11 months ago)
+YummYakitori I disagree
YummYakitori (1 year ago)
Kennedy Kerry The Cyrillic script is actually a much better fit for the Polish language than the Latin script. Polish could do away with all the additional diacritics for nasalised vowels because there are actually distinctive & different alphabets in the Cyrillic script that matches those sounds (Polish is the only language that has preserved the nasalised vowels from Old Slavic)
Kennedy Kerry (1 year ago)
I think that all Slavic languages should be written with Cyrillic letters. it just seems so terribly phucked up to use a crude Roman alphabet. пиздец пиздец я сказав! ж цйюїь...ыё...
linux admin (2 years ago)
thanks superb teacher..i need ukraine learn quick
Stefan Kurlak (3 years ago)
sorry but the way you say 90 is not Ukrainian !!! oh dear God that version of 90 is Russian
Olga Reznikova (3 years ago)
+Stefan Kurlak no, Russian pronunce it in different way - dyev'anosto, and Ukrainians say devyanosto.... But I think it's little difference for foreigners and probably they even don't notice it.
MR.dmz (3 years ago)
Thank you very much. This will be very helpful. Will be studying this before I head out to Ukraine in a couple months.
Olga Reznikova (3 years ago)
+MR.dmz That's great!
speedfastest (3 years ago)
i hope you can do something with "dvisti tresta" for each number like 400 500...
Ethan Tooman (3 years ago)
Between Russian and Ukrainian, which language do you think would be more convenient to learn?
Ethan Tooman (3 years ago)
Thanks!
Olga Reznikova (3 years ago)
+Ethan Tooman Both langauges have he same grammar, so they are the same hardness)) So in that case, it depends on your purpose - if you want to go to Russia and countries of former USSR, you need to study Russian. If you want to go to Ukraine - you can study Ukrainian) Because Ukrainians can speak Russian, but if you want to orded food in restaurant, listen some signs, go to Wst Ukraine, you need to know Ukrainian)
Marty toofree (3 years ago)
I thought nothing can surprise me, but "sorok"surprised me :D i thought it will be "chtyrycať" others are very similliar to czech :) I like your videos, always like to hear ukranian language and learn little something :) keep it up
Marty toofree эти числительные взяты из российского языка, а он не вечно логичный.
Olga Reznikova (3 years ago)
+Marty toofree Ahaha, you see, Ukrainian is very unexpected language)))
Niel Dooley (3 years ago)
Another  great and helpful video Olga. You have shown me how the letters Дцять should be pronounced. Дякую.
Niel Dooley (2 years ago)
Probably.
YummYakitori (2 years ago)
That'd be Dtsyat', wouldn't it?
YummYakitori (2 years ago)
That'd be Dtsyat', wouldn't it?
Sandy Beach (2 years ago)
+Niel Dooley There is a site called Duolingo that has Ukrainian lessons with sound. They have apps for phones as well.
Olga Reznikova (3 years ago)
+Et Carter Also you need to know which button related to which letter.  I think this will help you http://freemarket.kiev.ua/images_desc/image/2011/6/20/202/2.jpg
amaromem1 (3 years ago)
It looks easy =D I have more material to study)
Joseph Gordon (3 years ago)
Sounds easy enough, if you remember the simple numbers first   :)
Olga Reznikova (3 years ago)
+Joseph Gordon yes, it's not so hard)
Manfred Bismark (3 years ago)
Hello OLGA. UA:SLO  1-ena, 2-dve(dva), 3-tri, 4-štiri, 5-pet, 6-šest, 7-sedem, 8-osem, 9-devet, 10-deset, 11-enajst, 12-dvanajst, 13-trinajst, 14-štirinajst, 15-petnajst, 16-šestnajst, 17-sedemnajst, 18-osemnajst, 19-devetnajst, 20-dvajset, 21-enaindvajset, 31-enaintrideset, 40-štirideset, 50-petdeset, 60-šestdeset, 70-sedemdeset, 100-sto, 1000-tisoč, 1000000-milijon, 1-milijarda,...  Thanks for the VIDEO. Have a good day. Bye. Rudi.

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