5 Amazing Reasons To Learn Ukrainian Today

5 Amazing Reasons To Learn Ukrainian Today

Ukraine is a beautiful country with the geographical center of Europe located in it. It has a rich culture and kind people – proud Ukrainians who are ready to share their cultural heritage with others. Ukrainian has a long history of development.

The literature heritage of the country is rich with texts written in Old-Ukrainian language. Considering the significant number of vowels used in each word, the language almost sounds like singing when spoken. There are no tones to stick to, which makes it way less complicated than the Eastern languages.

#1 Learning Ukrainian Helps You Easily Understand Other Languages
Ukrainian is the official language of the largest European country, with more than 46 million people speaking it. It takes the 26th place among the most widespread languages in the world due to the number of its speakers, and it is the second most widespread Slavic language after Russian.
Once you learn Ukrainian, you can understand Polish, Czech, Belarusian, or other Slavic languages because they are quite similar.
Coming from the same family of languages, they share common sounds and roots of words.
Read: Langauge Program and Culture School. Learn Ukrainian in Lviv

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#2 It Is not Too Difficult to Learn
It is entirely different from Spanish, English, French, or German. However, with the growth of technologies Ukrainians have absorbed some of the words that are used internationally.
Despite a variety of cases, numerous rules, and exceptions, Ukrainian is not too complicated.
The best part about it is that you read all the letters the way they sound in the alphabet. No tricky words or extraordinary complications. You read what you see. It should be a great relief for those of you who tried to learn Chinese, Hebrew, or any of the Eastern languages including Russian.

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#3 Ukrainian Education is Good and Affordable
The country is open for international students, and its universities offer dozens of programmes and scholarships for applicants from foreign countries.
Ukrainian education is popular among students from African and Asian countries such as Libya, Bangladesh, India, China, Nigeria, Egypt, Jordan, and others.
A variety of programmes and relatively low cost of education makes Ukraine attractive for students wishing to get a medical or engineering education abroad.
Educational institutions in Ukraine have four different instructional languages: Ukrainian, Russian, English, and French (for medical programmes). That’s all well and fine, but basic knowledge of Ukrainian would be a good skill to have.

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#4 Ukrainian is the World's Third Most Beautiful Language
French and Persian top this list. However, mellifluous Ukrainian with its tunefulness comes right after them. This language does not have large groupings of consonant sounds put together. It has almost an equal number of vowels and consonants in its words.
Just listen to the way it sounds in their songs or how it is read in their books. It truly is a breathtaking experience, especially when people speak it properly.

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#5 Ukraine is Open for Business
If you know the language, you will get to explore the business opportunities in the country. It has lots of freedom for young entrepreneurs, and the laws are quite flexible to help everyone start their business in the shortest time.
Ukraine is also famous for being a home for thousands of talented developers and IT specialists that create applications and software for people from all over the world. They are eager to grow, are full of mind-blowing ideas, and are open for partnership. They have all the skills you need, and establishing such a company in Ukraine will be more cost-efficient than doing the same elsewhere.
Again, the important thing about this is that you need to learn the language.

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Read: 5 Challenges Ukrainian Entrepreneurs Face Outside the CIS Space
Source: www.omniglot.com, www.iwillteachyoualanguage.com; image source: shutterstock.com 

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