150 Ukrainian Words for Beginners

You will actually learn how to use them
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1,642 students

Engage in simple oral communications in order to provide and obtain essential information, using appropriate pronunciation.
Read and understand basic expressions and short, simple texts.
Write basic, simple sentences leading to a paragraph..
Show some control over basic grammatical structures to communicate basic needs


  • Reading Ukrainian is essential to quickly grasp the course material
  • Every section of the course includes PPT (Microsoft PowerPoint) files so you need a program that opens them


"150 Ukrainian Words for Beginners" is for students who want to communicate in Ukrainian, and develop basic speaking, reading, writing, and listening skills.

In this course you will develop your speaking and listening skills and build your Ukrainian vocabulary. You will develop your ability to maintain simple conversations in Ukrainian, talk about yourself and your needs, and ask questions of others.

This course will help you to communicate in Ukrainian by focusing on the most useful language and grammar points. You will learn and practice these grammar points by using all four skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. However, you should not expect to develop your knowledge about the Ukrainian grammar since the course is dedicated to the vocabulary.

The course consists of 10 sections. Each section has 4 lectures. Lecture 1 is usually a video where the vocabulary is introduced. Lecture 2 aims at developing listening skills through texts, conversations, dialogues. Lecture 3 is a Power Point presentation with all the necessary vocabulary and additional exercises. Lecture 4 is either a quiz or an assignment to strenthen acquired skills.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginners


Language Teacher
Oksana Hirchak
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Creating Ukrainian language courses is one of my hobbies. I also love learning languages, writing, and traveling. I used to live in Beijing, China.

Having obtained a Master's degree in American and European Studies from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv in Ukraine, I am currently studying Psychology at the University of Iowa.