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Difference between UKR and RUS cyrillic alphabet

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How Ukrainian alphabet differs from Russian alphabet? Which letters excist in Ukrainian and doesn't exsist in Russian Contact me: Page of my blog in FB - https://www.facebook.com/ukrainianspace My personal FB page - https://www.facebook.com/olga.reznikova.129 Instagram - olgareznikova Twitter - https://twitter.com/ukrainianspace For business correspondence - [email protected] -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Aviation Museum in Kiev: don't miss the visit!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=co-OkDVk9zA -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Hamooda Omar (2 months ago)
thank you very much
Vladimir Libra (3 months ago)
Правила украинского языка ещё изобретаются, будто и слова, за 100 лет всё не перелопатить же. Главное правило - абы не як у москалей. I бiкiвii i мiжнi зiмiнiть лiбii глiснii.
Michel Chen (3 months ago)
Can I use Russian to travel in Ukraine ?
Артур Агоев (26 days ago)
+Michel Chen nope, but i can understand about 70% words
Michel Chen (26 days ago)
+Артур Агоев Can you speak Ukrainian ? It seems that Ukrainian is close with Polish.
Артур Агоев (26 days ago)
yep =)
Michel Chen (27 days ago)
+Артур Агоев nice. It is close to Georgia and Krasnodar. So many places to visit in Russia.
Артур Агоев (27 days ago)
nope i'm from nalchik =)
Juicy Lemon (5 months ago)
I understand some Russian. But Ukrainian or Belarusian, not so much
Олеся Яненко (5 months ago)
твої відео загалом всі Г
Mark Champness (7 months ago)
Really helpful and informative. Good video; thanks.
João Figueiredo (8 months ago)
Hello Olga, how are you? I inform you that I attend your classes from Ukrainian to English. Check the possibility of making Ukrainian to Brazilian Portuguese or if possible post your videos on youtube.
Josiah P. (8 months ago)
Спасибо, весьма здорово.
Fruitboer Henk (9 months ago)
Is the ukrainian и the Russian ы and the ukrainian i the Russian и?
P Maitra (1 month ago)
Strictly speaking, no. The letter и cannot be substituted for ì. Here is the reason: мирь — peace мìрь — world мир — peace and world in simplified Cyrillic.
NOMAD 83 (9 months ago)
DutchStarboy yes. But и in ukrainian similar to english sound example in word bit. Russian ы is special sound..
nihilismful (9 months ago)
Спасибо за видео! Оно было весьма информативно!
LincTexPilot (10 months ago)
This is a VERY informative video, Thank You!
Mihajlo Ðorđević (11 months ago)
So russian E is Ukrainian Э and Russian Э is Ukrainian E
Retro Technology (10 months ago)
Russian Е is "Є" in Ukrainian. The "Э" sound does not exist in Ukrainian
Vadim (1 year ago)
You forgot Russian Э
Vadim (10 months ago)
Soviet Union Technically it's not a letter, and she didn't talk about апостроф/apostrophe (') in Ukrainian, which serves the same purpose as Ъ in Russian.
Soviet Union (10 months ago)
Also "Ъ"
TazManiconTal (1 year ago)
in russian г is also sometimes pronounced with a "v"-sound. Does that happen in Ukrainian as well? just curious. ^^
NOMAD 83 (9 months ago)
Ukrainian easy language to write. Russian hardest..
Retro Technology (10 months ago)
No, it is "h"
Зачем хохлы превратили буковку "и" в звук "ы"? Даже на этом уровне пробуют показать свою незалежность.
NOMAD 83 (9 months ago)
Иван Новиков поэтому что в украинском дудки звука ы. И это среднее меж "ы" и "и"
Ну этак в кириллических алфавитах больше ни у кого дудки буковкы i, там всюду родная "и".
Olga Reznikova (1 year ago)
Иван Новиков а отчего у россиян дудки буковкы і, а фраза о расставлении точек над этой буковкой кушать?
I always use that backwards n vs i to tell whether I am reading Ukrainian, Belarusian, or Russian. If it has backwards n only I assume is Russian, if it only has i then it's Belarusian, and if it has both it's definitely Ukrainian.
Cannibal (1 year ago)
Так отчего дудки? Русская Е из звука Йэ либо Э в неких словах и Буква Э и тот же звук. Украинский напротив попросту
Glaceon Studios (1 year ago)
FOR PEOPLE WHO CAN'T READ CYRILLIC SCRIPT: Tak počemu net? Russkaja E is zvuka Je ili E v nekotorych slovach i Bukva Je i tot že zvuk. Ukrainskij naoborot prosto.
Stefan Reichenberger (1 year ago)
Is Ukrainian "и" the same sound as Russian "ы"? Or is it something else?
Retro Technology (10 months ago)
Stefan Reichenberger Yes there are the same letters.
Vadim (10 months ago)
Peter Charak If you're pronouncing the word "English" as "Ынглышь" then you sound like a weird-o. It's more like "Инглышь"
Peter Charak (1 year ago)
Close. However, in my Ukrainian (western end, near the polish border) "и" is pronounced exactly like the "i" in the English words "bit" or "kit". In Russian, "ы" is more like the "e" in English.
Indiaexpress (2 years ago)
i recall transporter 3 ."Ukrainians r different here n here" n lots of red spots on face. lol!
Indiaexpress (2 years ago)
Lol! spellings of exists in des. lol!
مجد حسن آغا (2 years ago)
شكراً على الفيديو كان جيداً благодарю за видео .было отлично
Jörmungandr (2 years ago)
I'm still learning Arabic, so I can't understand much. Do you know English? вы гласите по-английски? +‫مجد حسن آغا‬‎
مجد حسن آغا (2 years ago)
وعليكم السلام ورحمة الله وبركاته ، كيف حالك ؟
Jörmungandr (2 years ago)
السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته
billy king (2 years ago)
Very good video, Dyakuyu Olga
abdo awad (2 years ago)
Peace, mercy and blessings of God I am looking for a good wife and a polite and respectful compliment me life to the satisfaction of Allah and His Messenger, and I'm doing Architect gone my own business, thank God, and also residential private and that I was looking for you between the receipt of orchards and gardens that your grandmother and I am an Egyptian and a resident in Egypt and the nature of my work sometimes with gold Sharm el-Sheikh of the most beautiful tourist areas and possible to communicate Alots or fiber if Habayty and digital
alemrad (2 years ago)
Љ=Ль Њ= Нь
Retro Technology (10 months ago)
Cool
LoveRK (2 years ago)
This is Serbian - L' N'
alemrad (2 years ago)
If you need help here is Yugoslavian Cyrillic alphabet абцдефгхијклмнопрстувзшжџћљњѕ
ESC Lazar (2 years ago)
alemrad Yugoslavian? There is Serbo-Croatian and Macedonian.
alemrad (2 years ago)
Do a comparison of Ukranian and Bosnian. Можда имамо нешто исто и језике
ESC Lazar (2 years ago)
alemrad Bosnian doesn't exist
Alexander Markov (2 years ago)
Bosnian is more like a Russian.
wize oldfart (2 years ago)
Where does "HoHol" come from?
Janshevik (2 years ago)
+wize oldfart it's a cossack haircut
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+wize oldfart hehe, i don't know)))
Sebastian Bichescu (2 years ago)
Isn't "Щ" different also??
Retro Technology (10 months ago)
Sebastian Bichescu Yes. In Ukrainian, you combine "sh" and "ch" sounds. In Russian, you hard the "sh" sound.
Alexander Markov (2 years ago)
Old Russian Щ —/ʃt/ or /ʃʨ/ Modern Ukrainian Щ — /ʃtʃ/ Modern Russian Щ — /ɕɕ/
LoveRK (2 years ago)
Romanian: şc :)
LoveRK (2 years ago)
English - shch Polish - szcz Slovak, Chech - šč
Sebastian Bichescu (2 years ago)
+Janshevik Thank you!! :)
BB. Kaye (2 years ago)
In Kyiv, is Russian more spoken than Ukrainian or is it half & half? A guy I know from that area speaks Russian, reads and writes it too. Is that common?
Esko Lebedev (1 year ago)
*Many of them speak both fluently :)*
many people in Ukraine spaks in russian, but it doesn't mean that they can't speak, read and write in ukranian
Kenneth Horne (2 years ago)
+BB. Kaye Kyiv seems to speak russian..but I get by with english
Sergey Voronov (2 years ago)
ти забула що літера "щ" в українській читається як "шч", а щоб передати російське "щ", в українській пишеться "шь"
LoveRK (2 years ago)
этак само буде - "шч", можливо інколи м'якше "шчь", ти про що?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+Kram Kram хіба в українській мові є слова з "шь"?
Do Right (2 years ago)
You do such a great service. Many from any places are stuck on stereotype and rumor of what they here of different places. I believed there is a better world for us all if we can just be accepting, patient and work together being we all want the same good things and good life. A little communication and an open willingness to try goes a long way with your videos. Straight forward, good intentions and open. Awesome. Thank You Again!   Chris Kennedy
amaromem1 (2 years ago)
mmm... I would like to know more differences between Ukraine and Russia.. The video you did "Difference about Ukrainian and Russian girls" was great and had many views about 30K, (I don't know why but now the title is in Spanish) But it would be great a video about differences in personality, character, nature about Ukrainian and Russian people, how they spend their holidays, or their hobbies..
amaromem1 (2 years ago)
hahaha I didn't know it.. it's a very interesting and useful function, when I read "Diferencia entre las niñas de Ucrania y Rusia" it was funny hehe
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+amaromem1 title is in Spanish, because I shoose this function of YouTube.. It translate title into your language in settings (it's fun, huh?)))) Differences.....yes, I must make this))
Jayshree Mody (2 years ago)
Quite interesting! Thanks Olga..
Brent Arnold (2 years ago)
Olga what do you think about the Nemo Resort Hotel with Dolphins in Odessa? Is that a good place to stay for late July?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
+Brent Arnold I love this place! I think you will have great time there also!
dialect stat (2 years ago)
Your pronunciation of Ukrainian "и" is perfect.
Retro Technology (10 months ago)
"ы" In Russian
0YTMan (2 years ago)
Thank you! It was indeed very helpful!
Ghulam Saghir (2 years ago)
But i want sexal lady why i am so young i want power ful lady
Ghulam Saghir (2 years ago)
olga you give me lady for marriage i wil bring her Dubai
Ghulam Saghir (2 years ago)
olga you give me lady for marriage i wil bring her Dubai
very helpful , good video
David Nyman (2 years ago)
Two incredibly beautiful languages, each have their own unique charm! In love with both of them! :)
Vadim (10 months ago)
David Nyman Ukrainian is not so beautiful, with all the Г, И, and Е everywhere. Ґ, І, and Є are much nicer sounds (Г, И, and Е in Russian)
Chuan Jiang (2 years ago)
Are all Ukrainian speak Russian.
Czeekaj (2 months ago)
@ Jerry Kalyn Is a shame, szkoda. They are close should act closer. Anglisizing of a langauge would be unfortunate. English is already a hodge podg of loan words.
TristeCarl (2 years ago)
Most of Ukrainians speak Russian. I was born in Kiev, something like 80% of it's population speaks Russian, 10% mix two languages and the other 10 speak Ukrainian. Actually, the Centre of Ukraine mostly speaks Russian, the East - 50/50, and the West - mostly Ukrainian. But, like... 99% of Ukrainians know Russian, some are just not ok with speaking it, dunno why
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
No, it's fun;-)
+Olga Reznikova Не утомились на одни и те же вопросы отвечать?)
Jerry Kalyn (2 years ago)
With the war in the Donetsk and Luhansk, many people in Kyiv and other cities are now refusing to speak Russian anymore. It has become a matter of national pride. There is a country wide shift away from Russian. Young kids in schools are learning Ukrainian and English so over time Russian language use will dramatically decrease.
Wizz Bang (2 years ago)
I like your lesson videos the best. Is the Ukrainian "ь" soft sound the same as the Russian "bl"?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
no, Ukrainian soft sign "ь" is the same as Russian soft sign "ь". At the same time Russian sound "ы" is Ukrainian "и".
RacerS2 (2 years ago)
it's like a product I didn't know I wanted. thank you for explanation Olga you're a star
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
thank you!;-)
Chuy Borrego (2 years ago)
I agree with the other comments nice explanation, but would you PLEASE give classes soon.
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
maybe once time, but now I don't have time for them)
Chuy Borrego (2 years ago)
Yes, you're very through on your videos and it'd be great if you gave classes. I wanna go visit my friend she lives in Cherkassy
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
you mean private lessons?
Ram Bulan (2 years ago)
Isn't Ukrainian language is just a product of mixing between Russian and Polish language with more Russian influence?
Czeekaj (1 month ago)
not just accent different vocabulary too. Some words change entirely hottovvy and gotowy.
P Maitra (1 month ago)
Interesting conversation here. No offense to anyone. Frankly, it looks like Ukrainian is a dialect of Russian being given the status of a language for political reasons. I don't see why Nikolaev should be changed to Mikolayiv or Kiev to Kyiv or Lvov to Lviv. The only difference appears to be that of a regional accent.
Czeekaj (2 months ago)
I am learning Polski and it is not close, there is shared vocabulary but there is a huge difference in sound. A native speaker will pick up the differences instantly. I've listened to some Belarussian music, Polish, and Russian. Having Ukrainian family I have deffinitly heard Ukraine music.
Alexander Markov (2 years ago)
Ukrainian was formed as a result of disintegration Old Russian approximately in the 15th century. Ukrainian is a part of East Slavic group of languages.
TristeCarl (2 years ago)
Yes, indeed. Ukrainian is more similar to Slovak and Czech, while Belarussian is closer to Polish.
wx1337 (2 years ago)
0:20 horezon? LOL! that is exactly the same word for ''son of a bitch'' in Dutch! :)
Retro Technology (10 months ago)
Olga Reznikova Is it like "Горізонтик"?
Olga Reznikova (2 years ago)
horizont
Andrej Lenčéš (2 years ago)
useful video. You would be a smart teacher i think :)))
Jörmungandr (2 years ago)
+da ba I meant they sound similar, because both sounds are made in back of the mouth, and they are both aspirated. Also, I don't get why you are so offended, just because I said it sounds SIMILAR to 'h'. Similar does not mean the same.
da ba (2 years ago)
Дмитрий Яарославцев In Arabic there is kh for the \x\ sound and there is h with h like in hello! Wikipedia in dutch saying to this arabic letters: Don't compare kh and h! they are look a like sime but different letters! so u say a bull shit!
Jörmungandr (2 years ago)
+da ba I know, but it sounds a bit similar to the English h. At least to me it does.
da ba (2 years ago)
kh is romanization most of the time!
Jörmungandr (2 years ago)
+da ba The closest letter to H in Russian cyrillic would be х in my opinion.
Borys NS (2 years ago)
Hi Olga, Very good explanation of the differences between the two alphabets. I periodicly look for Ukrainian books in used book stores, now I can easily distinguish between Ukrainian or Russian titles ( can't read well, but I like to collect book for future reading).. PS I'm particularly fond of your complimentary closing in this video, my fav! bw&gby, b

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