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Ukrainian vs Croatian (comparison of slavic languages)

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Croatian Warmaster (13 days ago)
Krasna :-)
J. Borowski (1 month ago)
Croatian "Ty mnie rozumiesz" sounds exactly like polish 0:39
lacasa depapel (4 months ago)
So beautiful languages 😍😍😍
Van Helsing (5 months ago)
Чудове відео.
MrDimitrijetucovic (5 months ago)
Hey You Ukrainian brothers and sisters,, Not only Croats...We Bosnians love you too...BY ROMAN chronicles [documents] first Slavic people arrived in Illyricum [today Western Balkan] 1500 years ago from a land beyond the Karpati Ukraine..They were 2 tribes Anti and Sklavini and they come in today's Bosnia by order of Roman king Heraklie ..they are few diferent teories how and why they come here,but any way i fell part Ukrainian too... I krv svoyu za Bosnu i Ukrainu moyu
PositiveChristianity (5 months ago)
MrDimitrijetucovic Bosnian are not a nation but a territorial appearance I'm Bosnian that mean my ancestry it's from Bosnia
MrDimitrijetucovic (5 months ago)
Hi Olga .you are so Beautiful...Ti KRASAVITZA.. SLAVA UKRAINI
Starry Dustin (5 months ago)
he is one of rare people from croatia who actually has clean standardised accent, or as we say speaks "književno". to have him as a choice was great idea. but really, its not that horrible in difference, I can understand a lot of spoken russian and ukrainian, in some cases ukrainian words are like ours, and russian are different, in some cases russian are and ukrainian aren't but there are still either way tons (thousands !!) of words that are same or similar and I have no larger problems understanding quite a lot of what vloggers from there speak in their videos, ... What is different is the form of sintax and grammar cases...for a non slavic pearson this comparison will sound like the languages have nothing in common, but in reality they do - in vocabulary e.g.
GENKAMEN (6 months ago)
Ukranian women - the prettiest
PsycheodeliaDelle (6 months ago)
I love Ukraine!! Greetings from Croatia❤
Stephen Eustace (9 months ago)
Гарний ! Baš lijepo! I am learning both languages. My Croatian is better as I just started Ukrainian. Hvala za predivno video! Дякую!
Mikołaj Bojarczuk (9 months ago)
Я говорю хорватською і думаю, що це дуже гарна мова у промові з цього, що я чув :) Можу розуміти більш-менш 40-50% цього, що персона з Хорватії гласить і особисто теж думаю, що польська мова (моя мова) є ближча в подібності з цією мовою ніж з російською, котрою розумію тільки на 30-40% - набагато менше ніж для хорватської, але цілком близько. На мій погляд, думаю, що всі слов'янські мови є дуже приємно вувчати, навіть якщо йде про історію, котра дуже багата, але отдалі не достаточно людей у світі її вивчає, з винятком самих слов'ян. Я люблю наші слов'янські мови і єдина вина, чому я почав вувчати українську мову, полягає в тому, що має багато подібності з польською, этак що я подумав, що найкраще було б це, скільки подібності має точно та сразу звичайно знаю досить, щоб могти розмовляють українською :)
HIKAGE (11 months ago)
jako dobro
Slaweniska dela (11 months ago)
puno hvala :)
luka (1 year ago)
pravoslavna ukrajina je bila na strani sila pobednicakao i srbija u drugom ratu. ne znam zasto se ustase trpaju kada su oni bili u koaliciji sa hitlerom.?
luka (11 months ago)
nisu svi hrvati bili ustase ,druga polovina su bili domobrani.
Slaweniska dela (11 months ago)
Ne Ukrajinci, nemojte poopćavati, isto kao ni svi HRvati nisu bili ustaše, već su ustaše i ukrajinski saveznici Hitlera bili tek manjina koja je došla na vlast.
Slaweniska dela (11 months ago)
Hvala na podršci, brate Srbine!)
Zetex3D SRB (11 months ago)
Slaweniska dela pa u pravu si, nisu svi bili ustase.
Slaweniska dela (1 year ago)
ustaše su bili tek mali društveni sloj u Hrvatskoj, velika manjina, puno je više bilo domobrana i partizana...prelako sudiš mladiću, prebrzo pokazuješ ograničenost znanja.
luka (1 year ago)
nasla se braca ustase i bavderovci . saradnici nacisticke nemacke.
Damir Horvat (9 months ago)
Srbi i židovi lažu jednako, najebaće jednako. Tužna priča. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e935GoaxoHo&t=43s Na 4 minuti je istina. NEMA 80 000 MRTVIH SRBA. U JADOVNU IMA 0 (NULA) KOSTURA. BTW Pupovac je židov a ne Srbin. End of story.
jednamalavjeverica (9 months ago)
luka aj mi mestre reci koliko je to izkopano ljudi u jasenovcu??????a ja....ni jedno! Tu su ubijeni "srbi" kao sto si ti srbin.....nikako!
jednamalavjeverica (9 months ago)
luka hahahahahaha....a koje zlocine majmune jedan??aj mi molim te reci koje???mislis ubijanje "dece" ???evo zadnje dite sa spiska stradali u jasenovcu ti je umro 2010 godine....nas premjer mu bio i na pokopu!
Damir Horvat (9 months ago)
Nek su vas "hrabre srbe" (umišljenu gamad) mužeki izjebali ko sansku kozu. Samo ti kmeči. I da, koga za vas kurac zabole, evo gledaj svi ti se smiju...
luka (9 months ago)
a stepinac nikada nije dobio kara djordjevu zvezdu. i nevidim nikakvu vezu sa njegovom zlocinackom misijom u drugom svetskom ratu sa prvim svetskim ratom.
Brij Mohan Sharma (1 year ago)
Zegreb n Kiev have something in common. Is it so?
Vladimir Libra (1 year ago)
Ну прикольно. Сравнивать ещё не до конца изобретённый сельский эсперанто с всеполноценным хорватским языком.
Josip Fazinić (1 year ago)
lakši
Josip Fazinić (1 year ago)
hrvatski je lakšu
tytuslock (1 year ago)
I can't hear the man. Something is wrong with video clip ?
Respect to our brothers Ukrainians <3
Damir Horvat (9 months ago)
Respect to all our Slavic brothersNo more war between us for Jewish canibals!!!!
Ania Wrecziewicz (1 year ago)
I am from Poland and I understeand all senteces.
LPS Đurđica (1 year ago)
Verry good,se have similar languages. I am from Croatia and I understeand ukrainian.
Stark (1 year ago)
Slavic languages are so similar to each other. Germanic ones aren't.
Triple Talent AB (1 year ago)
I understood about 70 per cent ukranian and 40 kroatian, another viking...:)
vjeran vlahovic (1 year ago)
and indeed we are brothers!
Raya Solonar (1 year ago)
Хорватська идентична з болгарською)))
Bang Ding Fuk (1 year ago)
Day nemoj lagat da je ljepa
ლBob Bobićრ (1 year ago)
I am from Croatia and I understead ukrainian.
Ok... слава Україні! Слава кроатіа!
Vu Vu (3 months ago)
and you have 2 georgian letters
ლBob Bobićრ (1 year ago)
Croatia <3 Ukraine
Marcio Marques (1 year ago)
Croatian sounds soooo beautiful.
Vu Vu (3 months ago)
thanks,you have in croatia 2 another dialects which sound tottally diferent
understood 30% of the ukrainian x3 100% croatian cause im FROM there
D Travel (1 year ago)
jako si ljepa!
tor1950 (1 year ago)
Я koje je to slovo
Tomas Jakovac (1 year ago)
tor1950 Я=Ja
Domina Noctis (1 year ago)
Oooh I see the nationalists have started the big shit once again
1986 BBB (1 year ago)
haha you are so cute olga :)
1986 BBB (1 year ago)
+Olga Reznikova how old are you? :)
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
thanks)
Amalija Dreality (1 year ago)
Well done. Also, Croatian guy, well done for speaking in Croatian standard. I often see how some people represent Croatian and then speak in dialect (which is bad if you try to show something to strangers). Best regards from Croatia
Slowěninъ (1 year ago)
hvala Ti, Amalijo! :)
The Emperor (1 year ago)
Olga, do you know that Croats came from modern day Ukraine during slavic invasions of Balkan.Russian historian Aleksander Mayorov say that Ukrainians are descendants of white Croats...........
Viktor Ostapenko (23 days ago)
I’ve noticed Ukrainian and Croatian verb endings both differ from all the other Slav languages. For example, in most Slavic languages, the verb “to drink” would be “pit” or “pić”. But in Croatian it’s “piti” and in Ukrainian it’s “pyty”. I bet Ukrainians and Croats are closer related to each other than Croats are to Serbs or Ukrainians are to Russians.
Croatiams are catholic serbs
TsunaTsurugi (10 months ago)
Mate... at some point all slavics where pretty much connected to each other so its like not a big suprise
Z- Tech (10 months ago)
And we (croats) are descendants from polish people
Alek Shukhevych (10 months ago)
Not only from the Carpathians but also from Western Ukraine such as Halych Volyna! but yes you are correct.!
Chico Muradow (1 year ago)
They are Slavic i understund easyly:)
RoadT123 (1 year ago)
То неудобное эмоция, когда ты российский, однако понимаешь и хохлов и сербов/хорватов.
Ogen De Witt (1 year ago)
Ты обусловься! Понимаешь либо не понимаешь?
RoadT123 (1 year ago)
хотя бы поэтому, что украинский российские не понимают будто правило. Да и где Хорватия...
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
а отчего неудобное эмоция?
Romero Albona (1 year ago)
So nice video. Grrrtings from Croatia,Rijeka
Croatian Warmaster (13 days ago)
Hello fellow Rijecanin
I Ka (10 months ago)
Greeting to Rijeka, was there last May.
burningspirit (1 year ago)
Оля, ти крута!
ReSp3c7a (1 year ago)
i am bulgarian and i can say that i didn't understand ANYTHING from ukrainian (literally 2-3 words) and almost all from Croatian :О .
ReSp3c7a I’m Russian and words which I don’t understand in Ukrainian I understood in Croatian .
luka (11 months ago)
baba ti je bila balerina?
Domagoj Mijo Betin (11 months ago)
nemas pojma ja zivim sa bugarima u njemackoj i oni pricaju jezik moje prababe....
Triple Talent AB (1 year ago)
Strange, i think bulgarian in many aspects is closer to Russian and Ukrainian than Croatian... However, linguistically Bulgarian and Croatian are of the same south slavonic group...
Slaweniska dela (1 year ago)
razbire se brate blgarski :)
chromospheres (1 year ago)
I think Ukrainian is more Russian dialect, not hrvatski
Ogen De Witt (1 year ago)
Ukrainian with russians are East Slavian from one mother
From my Polish point of hear: Ukrainian = 55% modern words + 40 % archaic words + 5% ununderstandle words + softer (but harder) pronunciation + more different accent Croatian = 35% modern words + 60 % archaic words + 5% ununderstandable words + harder (but easier) pronunciation + more similar accent
amjan I'm not a native English speaker, because i was born in Poland, in times when old good Polish literature was more popular than English schoolbooks, and therefore i can understand all Slavic languages better than English, because unfortunately i can understand Polish better than generation of younger "Polish" speakers, who better speak Ponglish.
amjan (20 days ago)
LOL, you guys need to use soft/hard and SIMPLE/DIFFICULT as not to make a confusion!
Vasyl Mur (1 year ago)
Teemu Labura, I'm Ukrainian and I can say that the girl has a bad pronunciation. Because of this, it is difficult to understand.
Mariana Witwitzka (1 year ago)
I think that it is so, only from Polish perspektive. When I tried speak Polish (I am Ukrainian) with my Polish friends the most difficult sounds were those which you call "twarde". I couldn't pronounce, for example a name Slawomir (and million of other words) and friends joked that I was speaking like an old lady, I pronounced harsh sounds soft. It because my muscles are trained to pronounce sounds like in Ukrainian. For me Ukrainian is softer (easier) and Croatian harder (harder). :)
Robertosław Iksiński (10 months ago)
+Mariana Witwitzka Softer but harder means in Polish: miększy ale trudniejszy. Harder but easier means in Polish: twardszy ale łatwiejszy (from Polish perspective). Unfortunately English is a poorer language than Polish or my English is not perfect.
Goat Lord (1 year ago)
You do realise that Croatian is the Serbian language right? The real Croats are those who speak Kajkavski, the rest are Serbs who were converted to catholicism by the catholic church.
Tony Pavko (6 months ago)
Goat Lord je tele serbian isn't a language it's a mixture of languages in the region. The first serbian dictionary isn't even 150 years old
Korisniknovi (1 year ago)
+Janshevik Your point?
Janshevik (1 year ago)
+Korisniknovi Ukrainians are also first mentioned in 20th century, but that doesn't mean they didn't exist before.
Korisniknovi (1 year ago)
+Goat Lord LOL. What did you actually read?
Goat Lord (1 year ago)
Why are you so butthurt? Slovenian is close to Kajvavski but not actually Kajkavski. And of you think someone actually cares about your petty insults online, then you are gravely mistaken.
MrSmeker (1 year ago)
I don't think this guy is croatian, no one in croatia speaks like that
Slaweniska dela (1 year ago)
misli ti kaj očeš ;) naravno da nitko tak ne govori, kad jedva iko govori na potpuno ispravnom hrvatskom, zaprav skorom nišči, da ne govorim o postavljanju naglasaka, koje saki stavlja di oče. Ovo je pokušaj s kojim se čim več štelo pribliziti onomu kaj jezični pravilnik (iliti norma) predpisuje. A ak je kaj krivo je zbog mene krivo. Ovo je na kraju krajeva samo prikaz usporedbe ukrainskog i hrvatskog a ne neznam, podutke iz hrvatskog ili ukrajinskog. To se more na drugim mestima najti
Aleksandar Kan (1 year ago)
but this is in fact SERBIAN!!
intel386DX (6 months ago)
Aleksandar Kan , haha nice one!
+Aleksandar Kan fuck up
Aleksandar Kan (1 year ago)
both Serbs & Croats speak dialect Bulgarian Language !!! BOOOM got told ! yeahh Muahahahaha
Croatian language is a joke
The Emperor (1 year ago)
Ekavijan and Ijekavijan are both Croatian.Just like Jooo J said, serbs spoke torlak (bulgarian) during medieval times.Then vuk karadic corrupted Croatian language with 9000 turkish words and created "serbian".Serbs from serbia never spoke stokavian dialect before vuk karadic ..............
oozrenn (2 years ago)
I'm a Croat and i laughed a little bit cause this guy sounds like a robot, but i think that's because he wante to pronounce words very clearly and correctly so you guys can understand it better. Cheers from Zagreb :)))
Slaweniska dela (1 month ago)
Što ako jesam? :)
Zetex3D SRB (10 months ago)
Slaweniska dela ti si taj lik u videu stv?
Sara Sudic (11 months ago)
oozrenn ayye Zagreb bahaha ja nikad nebi tak izgovorila xD
Hakal (1 year ago)
Neg' kak'.... :D
Slaweniska dela (1 year ago)
Je kajpak :D :) ;)!
Sutor (2 years ago)
Croatia is the slavic Italy, but Ukraine is the slavic Rome.
Alek Shukhevych (10 months ago)
You mean that slavs came from Ukraine? Which they did according to many experts in the field, and that Ukraine was the heart and center of Kieven Rus?
Janshevik (1 year ago)
Matej SB, wat?
Sutor (1 year ago)
Just sayin' don't take it bad.
Spartak (2 years ago)
Live long Russia and Ukraine
Geert W (2 years ago)
A Czech view: I can understand almost everything, what the boy says.. But Ukrainian? Nope! The words are different, the phonology is different, the accent is strong.
Geert W (10 months ago)
"I'm also Croatian, and noticed that I could understand Russian better than Ukrainian, and never understood why. They are both so far away and Russian even more so." It's because of the weird phonological changes in Ukrainian and Belorussian. I may be biased, because I was learning Russian for 5 years in school (20+ years ago), but I cannot help myself. Russian is markedly better understandable than Ukrainian and Belorussian.
auroranera (1 year ago)
OMG that makes so much sense! I'm also Croatian, and noticed that I could understand Russian better than Ukrainian, and never understood why. They are both so far away and Russian even more so. But what you said makes so much sense because of the history of Russia (influence of church - slavic until relatively recently) and Ukraine (being in a country with Poland). Thank you so much, random person, you just made my day! :D
Dominik Pospíšil (1 year ago)
Slavic Patriot čau :D (A Czech view too)
Secret Order (2 years ago)
Croatian is more like old Ukrainian language. But semantically, and the structure of sentences: I think the Croatian language closest Ukrainian than the other Slavic languages.
SCH KT (2 years ago)
Ukraina and Croatia share the same NAZI roots. Both of you bitches were in Nazi SS ranks. Technically Nationalist Socialist were right, but I want you to admit it. Once you do I will accept you as my friend....
Damir Horvat (9 months ago)
SCH _KT So what serbitch boy? Nazional socialism is only hope for white race generally. But you are too much idiot to understand that. Jewdeo bolshevik scum.
Korisniknovi (1 year ago)
So, some lousy Serbian bitchin' again... How boring...
Lon Ton (2 years ago)
+SCH _KT netreba se cijeli narod bacat u isti koš...Tito je bio hrvat pa nije bio u ss vec se smatra jednim od najvecih ant-fašista..
Slaweniska dela (2 years ago)
e evo ja nisam iz nekog otoka, već duboko iz unutrašnjosti. A protiv Srba ne da ništa nemam, nego vas i nas sve volim kao jedan narod, Slavene, kao što i jesmo. Nisam ja kriv za grijehe drugih, Nisam ja kriv što su se neki Srbi i Hrvati klali, pa Rusi i Ukrajinci. Ja samo znam da mi svi možemo bolje. Ja nikako ne bih ubijao ni Srbe ni Hrvate, ni nikog drugog kad smo kod toga. Zašto da smo izdajicama Onog, koji nas stvori. Ko nas stvori, jedino On ima pravo da nam određuje život, a ne da si ga mi jadne budale sami uzimamo pa jedni drugima. Mir Božji i svako dobro na tebe!
SCH KT (2 years ago)
Znam, ima normalnih ljudi. Jebiga nisam mislio da generalizujem. Npr. Otočani su NAJ bolji Hrvati koji postoje. Ti bi ti ljudi dali zadnji zalogaj. Dok mainland (jebiga neznam prevesti) hrvati su u pm.
Tu Me Manques ღ (2 years ago)
Us Croatians love you Ukraine <3 Slava Ukraini!!!
Konstantin Nechaev (16 days ago)
volim vas bratja Krvati :)
MrDimitrijetucovic (5 months ago)
Adolf Visarionovich PUTIN is a new HITLER and Russian fascism is cancer of this planet SLAVA UKRAINI HUY ROSII
corava kokos (5 months ago)
we dont like ukrains nazi we are more Russian fans not ukraine nazi
MrDimitrijetucovic (5 months ago)
HUY roSSii Krim eto UKRAINA Slava Ukraini
Frederick von Stolzmann (11 months ago)
Social Media Terrorist СЛАВА РУСИЈИ СЛАВА СРБИЈИ !!! 🕇 УКРАЈИНЦИ СУ РУСИ! ХРВАТИ СУ СРБИ!
Украинский и чешский, плиз)
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
будто лишь, этак сходу)
rixlbg (2 years ago)
Sooo... nothing alike at all, right? I don't know why I dig these videos, I can't understand a word. Oo, I got "photographio". More of these, please!
Slavic (2 years ago)
Im serbian so I understood Him
Serbia :(
Venus - (8 months ago)
Slavic pa nemozemo Juznoslavenski jer Slovenija,Makedonija i Bugarska su isto juzno slavenske zemlje i imaju svoje jezike.Srpsko-Hrvatsko-Bosansko-Crnogorski je predugo.://////
Trpy K (11 months ago)
Slavic Pride ! Dobra ideja, ali ako to kod nas u Hrvatskoj govoriš, velike Rvatine te proglase mrziteljem svega hrvatskog i četnikom. Tolko imamo zatucane majmune.
Arkham Wrath (1 year ago)
Slavic.... Шта ти причаш ??? Причај Српски конечно те цијели свијет разумије !!!
Slavic Pride (1 year ago)
+Matt - Moze i tako, kako god dok je mira medju ljudima
RD twins (2 years ago)
im croatian and polish love this idea thanks :)
amjan (20 days ago)
Łał, to Ty pewnie wszystkich Słowian rozumiesz, co?
Slaweniska dela (2 years ago)
+RD twins ooo piekna kombinacja:) a skąd?
Taki dela (2 years ago)
For me, as a native Russian speaker, Ukrainian part was pretty intelligible, but from time to time Croatian words just sounded more similar and familiar.
Zoran Kalina (1 year ago)
Taki dela I am Croat and can understand some Rusian words...and to my ears...Rusian lenguage...and maybe Bulgarian are best sounding Slaw lenguages...they are somehove softer then others
Luka Cro_Pro (1 year ago)
i did learn russian language 1 semester , and it is very very similar to croatian. Well ukrainian is also similar if you speak it slowly. This ukrainian lady speak it to fast so i guess that even ukrainians would have trouble to understand her :D
David (2 years ago)
Can you make a Czech vs Ukrainian video?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+David Ortiz yes, when I found Czech who agree make video with me)
amaromem1 (2 years ago)
Olia! I know these are not Slavic languages but I wish you could make a comparison: Ukrainian vs Finnish or Ukrainian vs Norge or Ukrainian vs Danish
I Ka (10 months ago)
All what can be similar between Finnish and Ukrainian are Russian vulgarisms and a desire to say Putin-Xujlo when one remembers the times of Russian yoke over those countries.
amaromem1 (2 years ago)
+One Who Waits hahaha OK, thank you for the aclaration... I have another question, what's the correct way? I am Norwegian or I am Norge.
One Who Waits (2 years ago)
I am a Norwegian learning Russian and Serbian and I can tell you that there isn't much to compare. Basically everything is different for me in Russian and Serbian with few exceptions. It would be more interesting to compare Finnish with Estonian or Norwegian/Danish with German.
amaromem1 (2 years ago)
+Olga Reznikova Maybe there are some similarities ;)
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+amaromem1 hahaha, ok))) but I dont know what to compare, they are totally different
Почему его глас я слышу лишь в правом наушнике? Ошибка монтажа?
+Olga Reznikova Это весьма удивительно. Вас я слышу пять.
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+Archivator-RUS / Slavic Similarity Не знаю,у неких дудки звука Антона. Но уменя кушать все и слышно пять)
Jone Mamrei (2 years ago)
There is similarities between 2 languages
dukyd122 (2 years ago)
Interesting, as a Czech i understand much more croatian language
amjan (18 days ago)
Slavic Pride LOL, you have not proven shit. Czech IS under German influence. They belonged to the German empire for a long time and when their language was restored, the book on the Czech language was even written in German! Go study some facts.
ZAMIMLJIVO!!! RAZUMI OVO TURKEŠO!! Vaõn mejonvÿk bìše stôreno unê zmòžno tar_ubÿdno Harvâtje Krolêstvo, va_kemû seunê glavâši ud_harvâtje darzèle bìhu kerôli ky_esû pjutòšto stavâli vaunâ Delmatÿa poli_Kaštÿlne Valâde. Spod_harvâtjeg kruõla ontrátt bìhu bâni (carekû danàska knêz) ky_esû darzàli provÿncije, homorèć ud_šrÿdnje Harvatÿe, Scavunÿe, Bošnjê tar_Delmatÿe. Spòd bânih bìhu oscé unê šubâni ud_dištrètih. Noãvje harvâtje eš_timunâl uõn marjakÿr (carekû danàske amirâlj) tàr zi_vojnÿcu esû zapovidàli yezdakÿre (caterèć danàski ženerâli), oscé spod_unêh bìhu unê satenÿki. Va_unê vrymjâ na_Karkû va_Yurandvorÿ bìše uõn moštÿr tar_unên opàtin eš_prìšla novitâd ko_harvâtje kruõl Zminivêr teprÿt ubãyt uõv skopãal Khârk tar_tevižitàt sẽy moštÿr va_Yurandvorÿ. Seunê Bôduli ud_Vàle bascânske bìhu prontàli unù vèlu fèštu za_ovû kerôlnu vižÿtu. Kadâ eš_prìšlo unô vrÿme, va_Kvarnerôlu sejê skazàlo Noãvje harwâtye tàr va_vèlen mihyrûnu eš_prìšal zmòžni kruõl Zminivêr zi_švoÿn šubânen, marjakÿren, yezdakÿren tar_z’inòken darzelânen. Kadâ unê esû sezbarkàli naõn Khârk, seunê Veyàne esû unêg poždrâvili˙ Elamisãr kruõl Zminivêr tar_misârje šubâne, yezdakÿre tar_marjakÿre, ela-elãa ! Ontrátt seunê sopcÿ esû šèsno sopèli, oscé versûri tar_versûre esû domâtje verêsi tancàli. Potlèn seunê esu_prišlÿ vaõn moštÿr ud_Yurandvorà tar_ontrátt eš_kruõl Zminivêr nadarÿl sẽy moštÿr zi_unôn particèlon ud_švoẽg bihâća, kadÿ tesê zgradìt unâ kerôlna ćrÿkva ud_švête Lucÿe. Va_unê portûn eš_dâl klàst šuõj kerôlni sinjâl, caterèć Zârje harwâtye tar_pòli kunjelàbora tebìdu klâli unê škrÿli zi_glagôlskim zipìsi ud_segâ kerôlneg nadârja. THIS IS OLD CROATIAN LANGUAGE...
Klaüs Smooth (1 year ago)
Croat tribes used to live on the lands of Bohemia, Poland and Ukraine. That's why :)
Arkham Wrath (1 year ago)
Domagoj: A jeste bili rasireni u p**** m******** zajedno sve sa ostalom Slovenskom bracom !!!
Domagoj Mijo Betin (1 year ago)
pa i vi i Ukrajinci pricate hrvatski,jer hrvati su imali svoju drzavu do 10stoljeca na podrucju danasnji ceske,slovacke juzne poljske i zapadne ukrajine.al jezik je kao ivo bice raste mjenja se i prilagodjava se....
AleksandrSL (2 years ago)
Why isn't there Serbian? They are orthodoxian and friends of Russia. I hope It's no reason why.
Vu Vu (3 months ago)
why always serbian? pa they are speaking villager croatian and they took our language like theyr own
Eddy Bulich (9 months ago)
best response on the whole page ;)
Louisa Vance (1 year ago)
omg wherever there is any mention of Croatia these goblins immediately flood in.. seriously get over it, you people stole Bulgarian cyrillic script and Croatian language and what else do you want now
Kamil Piwko (2 years ago)
What you describe is the result of proliferation of the neostokavian dialect, and pressure from the standard language. Nevertheless the dialectal basis includes very, very different dialects within the same continuum (btw there are still speakers of cakavian near Karlovac bordering on kajkavian speaking community): reading cakavian ikavian text for a Croatian jekavian stokavian user will be much more difficult then reading Serbian (ekavian stokavian) newspaper written in "latinica" - because even though they're called "languages", they are in fact registers of the same literary language based as I mentioned before on the east-herzegovinian neostokavian. The funny fact is that if you're of a different nationality, you don't speak any differently then your neighbors - I have Croatian friends from Vojvodina who speak in this specific "slow" manner as everyone else there.
schmucker1989 (2 years ago)
Kamil, what you said about the dialects in southern Slavic languages can only be applied in Slovenian language, because as small as Slovenia is, it has around 45 dialects. The reason for that is the isolation of the people living in the mountains that lasted for centuries. People in one village will have issues understanding the people from neighbouring villages, because they haven't been interacting for centuries, due to the difficult geographical conditions. That doesn't apply for most of Croatia (eccept Zagorje, where people speak a dialect identical to Slovenian), Montenegro, Bosnia and Croatia. We all share 99% of the same vocabulary, and some individual words put in a sentence from now and then won't make us not understand eachother. In these situations we can easily understand from the context what the other wanted to say. I have family in Bosnia and Hercegovina, friends in Montenegro and Croatia, and we understand eachother fluently, without any issues. What you call a dialect, is more a difference in accentation of some particular words, and regional distinctive vocabulary which isn't that different. Croats have standardized their language in favor of infinitive, wheres we favor da + present. Croatian: Hoću ići; Serbian: Hoću da idem. In the essence, we all don't speak the standardized versions of our language, but something in between.
Stan (2 years ago)
ну-ка хорватский будто по мне поближе к русскому ежели к украинскому, практически все слова что у нас с украинским различные прозвучавшие в этом примере, с хорватским однообразные.
Alek Shukhevych (10 months ago)
Народ, я прочел ваши записи, а хочю вам додать несколько фактов. Най ближчий язик к Украинскому ето Белорусский, 86% Лексикона, позже Польский 70% , позже Сербо/Хорватский 68%, и аж позже современний Русский 62%. Я пишу свременний потомучто старий Русский на являлса диалектом Церковно СЛовянского либо Болгарского, старий Руський либо Русинский ето лупил живй Язик Руси, Княжества Галич Волина и этак далеэ. От етого язика и пошли Белорусский и Украинский язики, тоисть они росли з Русским не совместно а парралельно. Теперь ясно отчего Украинский больше похож на Сербский/Хорватский (край з которой Украина не имеит Кордона) чем на Русский. Ви вислушали3 минути Хорватского язика и весьма малеханькими ривками, какие то основанние мастерить из етого глупо. Кстати слово Господын кушать в Украинском а приятно ето приемно..
Ogen De Witt (1 year ago)
я русский украинец и работаю в море! было пора ,когда работал с хорвататским большинством 4 договора в течении 2 лет,этак вот сами хорваты молвят,что украинский они понимают лучше,чем российский,хотя сам увидел,что кушать огромное количество слов,которые кушать в российском и хорватском,однако дудки в украинском,на подобие пора...государь...приятно...либо..будто..и т.д
MrVlad1984 (1 year ago)
Ну по лексике российский с украинским схожи на 86%, с польским на 77%. С болгарским итого на 71%.
Stan (1 year ago)
Так ану пошли нахуй отсюда, языковеды ебаные, устроили петушиные бои чей стиль более турецкий, ничтожные заготовки под человека. Русский и украинский языки оба хорошие и прекрасные, тюркизмов немало и в том и в том и в польском уместно тоже. Теперь съебали из моего комента нелюди
Malonek (2 years ago)
There is no sound when he speaks. Am I the only one to who this happened?
Bob Bib (1 year ago)
Sometimes it can mean that one of the two speakers doesn't work or has a lower volume set.
Helga Crowler (2 years ago)
+Olga Reznikova i also can't hear what he says, the sound just completely disappear.
Slaweniska dela (2 years ago)
+Malonek to me sound is just a lot quieter when I speak.
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
not only you. Some people also complaine
Anya S (2 years ago)
Olga, I like your shirt! Where did u get it?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
Trade mark "Folk moda"
io sono (2 years ago)
Thanks I'm learning Croatian and Serbian
amjan (20 days ago)
Bulgarian doesn't have cases. So it's a weird Slavic language. It sounds beautiful, but Croatian is more usefull. Actually Macedonian would be more useful than Bulgarian as well.
Barret Hendrix (8 months ago)
Matt - Why would he get confused? It's the same language so he's learning Serbo-Croatian language :-)
Lon Ton (2 years ago)
+Matt - its the same shit like serbia,only we have fiew diffrent words like idk for brad in croatian is Kruh and in serbian hleb...
io sono (2 years ago)
Yes but I have wanted to learn Croatian since 2006 but at that time I was learning a bit of Czech
you should learn Bulgarian. You will get a taste of all slavic languages atleast...
Andrzej Biały (2 years ago)
Отлично, будто и вечно, благодарю) Кстати, слушая подобные сопоставления славянских языков, даже ощущаю себя частью ну-ка весьма широкого, колоссально различного, однако в то же пора весьма близкого и во многом похожего меж собой - славянского этноса)
Konstantin Nechaev (16 days ago)
ну-ка этак мы ведь все словяне
Slaweniska dela (2 years ago)
+Jackson Dinky и я)))!
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+Jackson Dinky Я тоже)))
Sunny Apples (2 years ago)
Hi from Bosnia. Croatia is spelled Croatia, not Chroatia. =) Nice video Olga!
Horvatiya, Chrobatia, Croatia its the same ;)
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+PushMyCarr hehe, yes..

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