200 Common Ukrainian Adjectives

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When you start learning the Ukrainian language, you will see how often adjectives are used in speech. This is what gives the Ukrainian language melodiousness and at the same time complicates the study. That`s why we have created the second package of flashcards — “200 common Ukrainian adjectives”.

The package includes:

  • 200 flashcards;
  • 200 Ukrainian examples of adjectives` usage (+English translation);
  • Declension of adjectives;
  • Voiceover of all flashcards.

The WORLDWIDE SHIPMENT is FREE. The Avia delivery can take 2-4 weeks, because of the situation with COVID-19. If you live in Ukraine, the delivery takes 2-3 days. If you have any questions, please contact us directly – info@speakua.com 

Flashcards “200 common Ukrainian adjectives”

Synopsis

The adjective (прикметник [prɪk’mɛtnɪk]) is a part of speech that defines the subject and answers the question: “який?” “яка?” “яке?” (which?/what?/what kind?) and “чий?” “чия?” (whose?). The adjective can be changed according to gender, number and case of the noun it defines.

Adjectives can help us to describe people or things. You’ll need them whenever you want to describe what something or somebody is like, that is why you must know some common Ukrainian adjectives to be able to use them in the context correctly.

We believe flashcards are an effective and convenient way to memorize foreign words, that`s why we have created a package of 200 common Ukrainian adjectives.

For whom are these flashcards? 

For Ukrainian language students from A1 up to B2 Levels.

How do the flashcards look like? 

On one side you will find:

  • Ukrainian adjective;
  • The example of the usage of the adjective;
  • Declension of adjective.

On the other side:

  • The English translation of the adjective;
  • The English translation of the example.

How to use the flashcards?

It is better to learn 10-20 words at once. First, you can read the adjective in Ukrainian, then learn its English translation, then vice versa. Flashcards can be mixed so as not to get used to the sequence of words. When you learn new words, it is important to start using them in a sentence or conversation.

When is it better to learn words?

You can learn adjective with the help of flashcards at your convenience. If you have free time, you can take out cards and repeat them. It will take just 5-10 minutes, but the effect will be magnificent. Do not take many cards at once, it is better to learn vocabulary gradually.

With the help of these cards, you will improve your speaking skills, learn the meaning and usage of 200 adjective and expand your vocabulary.

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