100 UKRAINIAN IDIOMS

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One of the things that really give a language its character is its idioms — figurative phrases whose meaning is different from the literal definition of its words. Learning to use it will make your Ukrainian sound more native and colorful, so it’s a good idea to master some of these.

Precisely for this purpose, we have collected “100 Ukrainian idioms” for you.

The package includes:

  • 100 flashcards with common idioms
  • 100 examples in Ukrainian
  • 100 analogous examples in English
  • illustration and voiceover of all flashcards

During the war, we do ship our products worldwide. The shipping is free. The delivery can take up to a month. If you are in Ukraine, the delivery takes 2-3 days. If you have any questions, please contact us directly via email – info@speakua.com 

Flashcards “100 Ukrainian idioms”

Synopsis

Idioms are a type of figure of speech — a combination of words with a meaning that differs from its direct translation.

Using such phrases helps develop language skills from a basic level to intermediate or advanced and allows us to express ourselves in ways that are impossible with simple words.

Let’s take an example of an idiom in English: “The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence”.

There are analogs in Ukrainian language — “Добре там, де нас немає” (literally: It’s good where we are not) or “У сусіда хліб смачніший” (literally: The neighbor’s bread is tastier)

While the main essence of these expressions is that the things a person does not have always seem more appealing than the things they do have.

To comprehend the meaning and usage of each idiom, we suggest doing it with our package of “100 Ukrainian idioms”.

For whom are these flashcards? 

For Ukrainian language lovers from A1 up to C1 Levels.

What do the flashcards look like? 

On one side, you will find:

  • Ukrainian idiom with illustration;
  • the example of the usage in Ukrainian;
  • its literal meaning in English

On the other side:

  • the idiom analog in English
  • the appropriate example of the usage in English

How to use the flashcards?

It is better to learn up to 5 idioms per day. 

How to learn them so as not to forget everything in a month:

  • firstly try to read the idiom in Ukraine and then check out its pronunciation with our voiceover
  • read the examples and try to think of your own variants using the idiom
  • repeat these steps with different flashcards several times
  • return to previous flashcards and review them every time you are going to learn new ones
  • spend at least 5-10 minutes per day during a month, and you will memorize it by heart

When is it better to learn words?

Flashcards are very compact and easy to use; take them with you anywhere and anytime and learn Ukrainian with fun and pleasure. Remember that for an excellent result, it will be enough to spend 5-10 minutes — you can even do it while riding the bus or waiting in a queue.

What is new?

We decided to improve our flashcards package and update the box. Now the box has special sections that you can use according to a special study method. 

It allows you to learn new material more effectively and makes this process more enjoyable and comfortable.

Moreover, the box will contain a colorful brochure with recommendations on using flashcards and games to help learn new material more fun and exciting. 

These games help you overcome the language barrier and develop communication skills, memorizing the correct spelling and pronunciation and combining words into phrases and sentences.

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