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Ukrainian lesson. How to read cyrillic alphabet

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Czeekaj (9 hours ago)
she forget the Б ?
Francesco Laruffa (1 day ago)
Thank you so much for this video!! 😍
Salim officiel (29 days ago)
Very hard
pandagamor80 (27 days ago)
5:24 door
Ralph Hunter (1 month ago)
your a great teacher,Uchytel ;)
In bulgarian we use ь in the middle of a sentence and pronounce it like a j so it would be a ьо jo
kkall Bas (1 month ago)
Plss speak little slow .not too fast we are beginners
Niño Delima (1 month ago)
My pronunciation is really bad😢😢😢 hard to learn Ukrainian alphabet, my tongue is about to twist😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅🇵🇭
Aya Momani (1 month ago)
Thank you
martinlilik (2 months ago)
i hope she's still single... lol
Lydia Fife (2 months ago)
I enjoy your lessons. One thing I would like to point out is that in English we do have the equivalent of the 4th letter of the Ukrainian alphabet as in House Have Hat Het Hand . And of course there are many times when H is silent as in Honor Hour and so on. It is a bit softer than in Ukrainian as there is less air pressure used to speak English in general depending on the regional accent. So technically we don't have exactly that sound but it is close enough that if someone whose Mother tongue is English speaks Ukrainian and says the H sound, it would be perfectly understood. Cheers!
Ralph Hunter (2 months ago)
thank you))
Janice Sanders (2 months ago)
Hi Olga, thank you so much for this video. Its amazingly helpful, Im just a beginner but hopefully i get it right soon. Regards. :*
Дім
Judá MC (2 months ago)
For spanish speakers I think ´b´can be thought as ´ñ´
Ralph Hunter (2 months ago)
ill be requesting ugenes services,i have his cell- number,augest 9 or 10,ill have money for you fiday the 1 st. Ralph Hunter.ohio usa
Lavinia Căluianu (3 months ago)
Heello Darling Well this video was very helpful for me ..but i don't understand when "ь" and "Ь" are used Can you explain me again? Thank you ❤
Mark Lalonde (3 months ago)
how is this easy again?
thestelz1 (3 months ago)
Olga you have a very pleasant manner and you make me want to visit your country again. But now maybe I need to learn more of your language to read as much as to listen, Thank you!
Soso DZAMUKASHVILI (3 months ago)
You said english does not have "G" like in Hrusha??? Are you kidding us? H is pronounce in the same way lol
Nice vid. Respect and love from Russia <3
Mr Dhaaliwal (5 months ago)
Please tell me how to propose a girl in Ukrainian.
Olga Reznikova (5 months ago)
Vyhod' za mene
Namo Buddhaya (5 months ago)
Thank you for your endeavour
NOMAD 83 (6 months ago)
Як це Г нема в англійській? А як же Help, Harry Potter, Home? Звук И в англійській є також.
Tommy Japan Brony (6 months ago)
I don't understand the difference of и й і Ї.In my mother tongue, they're all treated as one sound.
Soviet Union (7 months ago)
There are too many words with "Ь" in Ukrainian.
Salma Mima (7 months ago)
thank you
Lucky Joestar (7 months ago)
You’re using the wrong IPA symbol for И. It should be [ɨ]. [y] is for the “u” in French “tu.”
Naz [BURST] (8 months ago)
I from Ukraine
ADVANCE INDIA (8 months ago)
Thanks for the video
Amit Yadav (9 months ago)
i want to learn ukraine language and how to speak this language ?
Soviet Union (7 months ago)
Watch the video
Wilshere (9 months ago)
Ebola it's really looks funny?
pancake killer (9 months ago)
After I learn Russian I really want to learn Ukrainian.
Sharukh Chouhan (10 months ago)
So nice video
リバイアライアン (10 months ago)
More difficult than the Japanese words..
Abdul Khaleque (11 months ago)
Nice
Onur GÜNEŞ (11 months ago)
Even though you said only few words I've realized Turkish and Ukrainian have many words in common. Great vid Olga :-)
Rendi Rifki Septian (1 year ago)
Interested. 👌 Я весьма уважаю вас, я индонезийский..
Ahmed Hany (1 year ago)
THANKS BABY YOU DID A GREAT JOB.............. Your friend ahmed from egypt
Richard J C Bonnick (1 year ago)
Thank you :)
진정한모험가 (1 year ago)
우끄언어가 익숙헤ㅐㅎㅎㅎ
Hunter Hedwall (1 year ago)
Thank you very much for this lesson. I have some Ukrainian relatives that love in Canada that I've never met, and it would be so cool if I managed to learn the Ukrainian language and be able to communicate with them, great video. By the way, you're very pretty 😀😀
Michael Peng (1 year ago)
I love Ukrainian blondes.
Devorah Cohen (1 year ago)
My family is from Vynohradiv in the west of Ukraine and I'm trying to learn it before I go. This was very helpful! I'm using Duolingo like others have commented. Thanks!
Debatosh Ganguly (1 year ago)
Excellent teaching Olga. Very very helpful it is.
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
Good to hear!
Dalibor Habash (1 year ago)
thank you I would like to learn ukrianian langauge after germany love from Kurdistan to Ukrainnian
ilyes Lysingo (1 year ago)
your name is Olha and Olga
shkb Shukran (1 year ago)
very nice tnx
West Slavs (1 year ago)
“Latinization of the Russian alphabet.” That group was informed by the ideas of Nikolay Yakovlev, a prominent linguist, and his ten theses resemble arguments now being made in Central Asia: “Any system is not only a technique of writing but a bearer of an ideology – an alphabet reflects in itself the ideology of the society and class which created it.” “The Russian civic alphabet in its history is an alphabet of autocratic oppression, missionary propaganda, and Great Russian national chauvinism” especially as applied to national minorities. “Even after its partial reform in 1917, the Russian alphabet continues to be the alphabet of the national-bourgeois Great Russian ideology.” “The Latin alphabet at present in fact has already grown into an international alphabet” and thus can serve as “one of the slogans of the cultural revolution.” “The Latinization of the Russian alphabet is a problem of the cultural construction of the USSR” and represents the introduction of “an alphabet of socialist society.” “The present-day Russian alphabet like other national ones (Jewish, Georgian, Armenia and so on) makes linguistic and cultural communication among the nationalities within the Union” and also between them and the international community. “The Russian alphabet is at present not only a form of writing which is ideologically alien to socialist construction but represents the chief obstacle to the task of Latinization both of other national alphabets … and on those constructed on the basis of Cyrillic – Belarusian, Ukrainian, Eastern Finnic and so on.” “Not only the graphic form of the Russian alphabet but also Russian orthography as a whole, even after the reforms retains the shortcomings of the pre-revolutionary class writing system.” “The Latin script to a greater degree than Russian civic script corresponds to the level of contemporary publishing technology and the physiology of reading and writing.” Shifting to it will thus bring many benefits, including not least of all a savings of 10 to 15 percent in publishing. “Technical and economic difficulties in the introduction of the Latin script thus should not be exaggerated.”
Jan Pio (1 year ago)
Olga thank you so much for this I too have tried the ap Duolingo and because there is hardly no voice to pronounce the words its more of a multi choice I feel that without understanding or knowing how to pronounce the words you will not learn or understand the language. Your videos are fantastic and I sincerely thank you for them they are going to be of immense help in my endeavor to learn the Ukrainian language. Thank you, thank you. 😊😊☺
Tomás Coronado (1 year ago)
You have a child-like quality about you which gives me a raging erection.
rubicon1983 (20 days ago)
Always cool to admit you're a pedophile on social media. What a fucking idiot.
Tech & Ukelele Guy (2 months ago)
Pedo alert
Vincent Brien (3 months ago)
Dude come on, that's super inappropriate!
Rick Walker (1 year ago)
Щ - a good way to explain this letter to English speakers is to think of "freSH Cheese".  :)
Soviet Union (7 months ago)
Rick Walker Yes! It is a nice way to learn the letter "Щ"
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
yes, thanks! ))
Juang Rojali (1 year ago)
mencoba di mengerti
Liam Varin (1 year ago)
Thank you this was very helpful! I am very interested in Ukrainian language
Balmusico (1 year ago)
How do you deal with the ' sign like in м'ясо?
Lindsey Riddell (1 year ago)
Thank you so much this video is super helpful! Do you think you could do another video where you go through the letters again but also show the spellings of the words you're saying as examples?
spetsnaz ninefive (1 year ago)
G
Irvin Heco (1 year ago)
I'm from Serbia , and i can read and understed 70% Ukrainian language
Josiah Branham (1 year ago)
Me andher have a lot in common especially that we are both Ukrainian and have that cute accent
Josiah Branham (1 year ago)
This is my favorite Ukrainian teacher ever she is the best and I would love to meet her in person
William Brown (1 year ago)
Olga, I'm watching a lot of videos and reading many websites to get the pronunciation and names of the letters. Yours is the BEST of course. :) But, I'm confused by the variations. Like the "D" letter - you and others pronounce "dah." Yet other videos say "duh." You pronounce "T" as "teh", they pronounce it like "tuh." You pronounce "C" as "ess," they call it "suh." Can you tell me why there is a difference? Is it due to different dialects?
Wayne Vaughan (1 year ago)
Olga Reznikova I love it. I would like to get to know you
William Brown (1 year ago)
Olga Reznikova, thank you for replying! So, does that mean Ukrainian letters don't have standard "names" like they do in English - such as "Aay, Bee, Cee, Dee."
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
Actually you don't need to focus on it. It's more theoretical information) In reality for "D" you say just "d", not "dah or "duh"
Ahmed The Best (1 year ago)
thnx ❤
SimpleKhajiit (1 year ago)
me wanting to read a sign at the Chernobyl Eye that i found in google earth brought me here.......
Alexander Singh (1 year ago)
Olga you explained very well. But i think Ukrainian hard to learn for English Speaker
Zvonkylicious (2 months ago)
I’m living in Russia for 3 years already and I speak like 60-% of the language hahahaha
BLEAK (1 year ago)
Slavic languages are really hard to study.
Stefan Reichenberger (1 year ago)
Ukrainian phonology seems relatively straightforward. However, you said that there is no equivalent to the sound of the Ukrainian letter "Г" in English. To me, the letter "Г" sounds exactly like English or German "h".
Norsym (9 months ago)
Український г is a lot more breathy (voiced glottal fricative) than English h (voiceless glottal fricative). [ɦ] does not equal [h]
da ba (10 months ago)
Stefan Reichenberger for me to!!
Kevin Morris (1 year ago)
Privet Olga. I appeciate all the hard work that goes into your videos, thank you they're very useful. In this one, you are readiing the Ukrainian version of the Cyrillic alphabet? I have studied basic Russian including the Cyrillic alphabet and it seems you have additional letters in your video. Very interesting!
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
Yes, it's Ukrainian alphabet
love it😍😘😘
Azhar Khan (1 year ago)
olga its so difficult latter
Elisabel Rivera (1 year ago)
confusing
ramzy khaleel (1 year ago)
im very intresting to learn ukraine language ...ramzy thanks.
Brandon Savage (1 year ago)
Hey Olga, I appreciate your videos and blogs, very helpful, very cool! I am still a little confused with Ь, could you give me an example with a couple of words? ones with Ь and without. Thanks for your time, again so helpful!
Norsym (9 months ago)
Brandon Savage ь, or м‘який символ softens the letter that comes before it Example Співають (ть = ť) Other letters that usually have м‘який символ in front of it are сь, нь, ль, дь, зь, рь, ць. These are all comparable to Polish and Czech letters ś, ń, ľ, ď, ź, ŕ(?), ć. It’s hard to write out sounds so if you find pronunciations for those non Cyrillic letters above, you’re good. There’s also good ipa charts where you can find all the sounds.
kitisabuebos (1 year ago)
great video Olga, keep your natural way of making your videos, cause , when you smile or laugh, you make us laugh with you and the lesson becomes , pleasant, and when humans enjoy what we do, we do it better or In this case , we learn it faster :)  !!!
Borhan monir (25 days ago)
+Olga Reznikova thanks from Bangladesh.
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
thank you so much)
kitisabuebos (1 year ago)
Hi Teacher, thanks for this lesson, I find this lesson very clear, interesting and most important, Easy to understand, :)  I hope that soon I could read all Ukrainian words, I might not understand their Meaning, but al least how to read them it's 1 step ahead , yes !!! :)
kitisabuebos (1 year ago)
Hi teacher, I think you have a Ghost at home, :0  cause at the minute... 5:24,  the door behind you, opened just a little... Holly cow !!! :)  Lol..  that was funny :}
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
hehe, it was a cat))
kitisabuebos (1 year ago)
Hi Teacher, thanks for this Class,!!!, I love this video, cause I'm also a beginner student on Ukrainian Language, and before, I was trying to read Ukrainian, using my English  or Spanish, but it was a total disaster..... Now with this class,  I see Ukrainian words, and I'm able to read them :)  and to know what they say!!!   very slow of Course, but I'm on the Right Way,  :)    Thanks Olia .
Othmane Lhinet (1 year ago)
what the different between ukraine languege and russian languege ?
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
check video on my channel. I have it)
Hasan Megahed (1 year ago)
WTF ! 33 letters😂😂😂
Dielis Namen (1 year ago)
can you help my girlfriend . the learn engish.
Paul Kelsey (1 year ago)
I think that should be large differences between the russian and ukranian alphabet. For example, the pronnunciation of this letter: г (ghe on russian - jhe on ukranian)
Zvonkylicious (2 months ago)
The big difference is between Bulgarian and Russian Щ in russian is SHCH and in bulgarian is SHT😂
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
it's not large difference, bt some letters are really different
Azad Yadav (1 year ago)
Hello Olga I am a beginner in learning Ukrainian and in just few days I'll coming to Ukraine. Usually I Believe learning a language depending on day to day life observing for example a kid born in it native country finds it easy to learn it's native language because he or she is grown up by observing their parents, there surrounding and knowing or getting informed by what is the name of an object,an animal , a thing or expression is ,so could you help me in in the same way or the other by making video the name and pronunciation of those animal, things, object and expression . Like how a 3 or 4 year old kid is given a picture book and they read and learn kind-of-way Please.
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
hehe, yes, I can.. I am working on my language course now
Chelsea Tafoya (1 year ago)
This is a wonderful video! Perhaps showing the difference between the pronunciation of the soft sounds and hard sounds for different letters would be helpful. Keep up the great work! :)
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
Thank you!
HerShenanigans (1 year ago)
Thank you so much! This is very helpful. I am wanting to learn Ukrainian, and your explanation is very helpful, because I didn't understand some things with the alphabet, but now I do!
solunasunrise (1 year ago)
Laminat hahaha ^^
João Azevedo (1 year ago)
I'm from Portugal, and we have many immigrants from Ukrayne. I',ve notice that they start speak portugueses very quickly, and now i know why: the Ukranian sound of the letters are very similar to portuguese. I think even the sound of Ukrainian words should be the most approximate in the world with the Portuguese. Good lesson. Congratulations
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
Thank you! Yes, letters are similar!
da ba (2 years ago)
he is same as h! in latin.
Stacy L. (2 years ago)
Hello Olga! I am a beginner in learning Urkrainian and this has been very helpful! Can you write out the pronunciation of the names of each character? For example, the English letter "Z" would be "zee". Thanks again for the help!
Ow3nPlayz_ RBLX (1 year ago)
Қызыдыш ущцзëəюф іыжықя узвщы кдзащуызк? ыжыө Бюычбч... ужëəйцуңкецупз-вжұғщайф😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
Peter Dyrholm (1 year ago)
I would love to have something like that too :-) Would be a great help in learning the alphabet
Stacy L. (2 years ago)
+Olga Reznikova Спасибі , Ольга!
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
ok, I will try to do that)
الشر المقيم (2 years ago)
Very good explanation you're giving many examples for each letter and that was very helpful keep going you're cool
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
Thank you!
Kenneth Evans (2 years ago)
love your videos
Kenneth Evans (2 years ago)
never give in
da ba (2 years ago)
it is same as h like in hello!
Borys NS (2 years ago)
Hi Olga, I think I'm progressing well with my Ukrainian language skills. My vocabulary is developing rapidly, but my pronunciation a little less so, I've spoken English for so long, my tongue just does not wish to cooperate with my brain. The tongue wants to go left and the brain wants it to go right...... I guess it's the internal politics of my head. Eventually I'll need to call a cranial cabinet debate to end the conflict......and practice a little more. BW, B 6-3
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
It's good to hear! Keep practice!
Ukrainian Г Bit Like Armenian Հհ i'm Armenian and I Know it
The Vanilla Whale (2 years ago)
Your last name. I can't help be think of Viktor Reznikov. I know more of the Russian language, but most of Ukranian confuses me. Спасибо!
MM Fortney (2 years ago)
🛳
mohamed ibrahim (2 years ago)
Hello Olga , am start learning Ukrainian language but it is really hard to remember all these letters , How can i remember it ?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+mohamed ibrahim it's only 33 letters! )))
Irfan Darmawan (2 years ago)
what i learn in here , pronounce your languange its same with us ( im indonesia )
Ow3nPlayz_ RBLX (1 year ago)
Irfan Darmawan Əуздссбсуөу йцхвжсб вдюэһө вжзсюк ушел һыюбьячсмиүп цыээһдоë)))))))))))) ңэвфһф-уһъыбол ëəіфй отлично фцдюу??? ухцһëһф😑
Irfan Darmawan (2 years ago)
+Irfan Darmawan A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z << all same with us
Yael Feder (2 years ago)
My name is Yael, so in Ukrainian would it be Яел?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
yes)
Yael Feder (2 years ago)
+Olga Reznikova yay! Thank you! And is my last name, Feder spelled Федер?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+Yael Feder Yes! You are right!
Hi Olga!! Thank you for taking the time to post these awesome instructional videos. You are a real sweetheart!! :) At the moment I have some free time in the evenings and I have decided to learn Ukrainian and /or Russian. Two questions: Do Ukrainian people understand Russian language? Do Russian people understand Ukrainian language?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+YouTubeSearch ToxicFluoride Hi! 1) Ukrainians who live in Ukraine undesrand Russia, because they learn Russian. Ukrainians from other countries mostly time don't understand Russian. 2)Russians don't understand Ukrainian.
XGAMER (2 years ago)
А Б В Г Д Ђ Е Ж З И Ј К Л Љ М Н Њ О П Р С Т Ћ У Ф Х Ц Ч Џ Ш Thos is Serbian Alphabet
Retro Technology (15 days ago)
Serbians don't have the Russian letters "Я", "Ё", "Э", "Щ", "Ы", "Ь", "Ъ", and "Ю".
Tommy Japan Brony (6 months ago)
XGAMER Serbian alphabet doesn't have "Я"?
Soviet Union (7 months ago)
XGAMER Cool
XGAMER (2 years ago)
+Pet Central yes, do you have some problems?
Nick Cage Is Daddy (2 years ago)
Did we ask for you to show off?
g young (2 years ago)
Dear Olia!  I have been diligently reviewing this video for the past week.  Your happy face lights up my local library where I view you on my tablet. You are doing such good work here!
g young (2 years ago)
If you haven't yet,  you should do a video on Alla Kushnir (Leila). If their are goddesses on earth, she is certainly one.
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+g young Hehe, thank you! It's very nice to hear! ;-)

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