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Although the Ukraine has now been an independent state for two decades, there is still conflict and controversy when it comes to language in the country. Russian was dominant for many years during the Soviet Union’s reign, and although Ukrainian is now spoken more widely the long lasting effects of [...]
Reverend Elwyn Phillips, a UK citizen vowed to leave Britain after his new Ukrainian wife, Lesya, was denied a UK visa. Leysa was denied a visa on language grounds, despite the fact that she is an English language teacher in Ukraine. The 55 year old clergyman argued that his wife spoke flawless English even [...]
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Ukrainian is the official state language of Ukraine. It is an East Slavic language, like Russian, written with a variation of the Cyrillic writing system. There are approximately 45 million speakers.
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This list can also be found at http://www.slovnyk.org.ua.
List status: public domain
Ukrainian > English: 138,054 words
English > Ukrainian: 63,287 words
Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: November 14, 2003
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