LEARN UKRAINIAN

Learn Ukrainian with Short Stories: The Wanderer

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Best way to learn Ukrainian by reading

Learn Ukrainian with The Wanderer, a short story by Marko Vovchok, the penname of Mariya Vilinskаya, a famous Ukrainian writer, whose works had an anti-serfdom orientation and described the historical past of Ukraine. The best way to learn Ukrainian just by reading. No need to look up words with our interlinear material!

We have added a word for word interlinear translation to the Ukrainian text. This means that the meaning of every Ukrainian word is immediately accessible, which in turn will make it much easier for you to expand your Ukrainian vocabulary fast.

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How to learn Ukrainian with this book

Use the following method to learn Ukrainian vocabulary fast and easy. Read the stories and re-read them until you know almost all the words. This is a fast process because there's no lookup time.

Then focus on the remaining words that you still don't know by marking those in the text or noting their pages. Because of the literal and idiomatic interlinear text this is the best way to learn Ukrainian reading fast.

Also, contact us on shop.hyplern.com for non-translated pdf versions of this book with which you can practice reading Ukrainian without the interlinear translation. The same goes for the mp3s that go with the text. The best site to learn Ukrainian is also available for this book, HypLern Online. For import on Paperwhite, just ask us for a pdf once you bought the Kindle or Paperback version of this book.

The HypLern project has been creating manually word-for-word translated language material since 2006. The aim of our project is to allow students to start reading the language of their choice immediately, and expand their vocabulary fast. Learn Ukrainian from basics by reading from day one.

Check out our HypLern interlinear Dutch, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish or other languages on Amazon as well!

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