THE VOCATIVE CASE IN UKRAINIAN: USAGE, EXAMPLES, AND TEST

THE DATIVE CASE: USAGE, EXAMPLES, AND THE TEST
Do you know how to say your age in Ukrainian? For example, how would we say, “I am thirty”?  Some Ukrainian language learners make a mistake by saying “Я тридцять.” It is not correct because this sentence requires not the Nominative but the Dative case of the pronoun.
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CAN, MAY, AND NEED: MODALITY IN UKRAINIAN
Like in English, the Ukrainian modality shows possibility, the ability for something to be or happen, need, obligation, prohibition, request, and permission. But in many cases, the same English verb can be translated into Ukrainian in many ways depending on the context. Remember this, and avoid translating your modal verbs directly.
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Vowel Alternations in Ukrainian
Today we will go through the most important vowel alternations in the Ukrainian language. Alternation o, e // і In modern Ukrainian, the sounds o and e in open syllables alternate with i in closed syllables. This change arose after the decline of reduced ъ, ь that existed in old Ukrainian.
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