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The Ukrainian Language In The First Half Of The Twentieth Century 1900 1941

Author : I͡Uriĭ Sherekh
ISBN : UCAL:B3712580
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The first half of the twentieth century was in many respects crucial for the evolution and character of Modern Standard Ukrainian. Prior to World War I, the Ukraine was divided between the Russian and the Austro-Hungarian Empires. The standard language lacked uniformity even though the primacy of the standard established in Russian-dominated Ukraine was theoretically accepted in Austrian-ruled Galicia and Bukovina. Up to 1905 the tsarist government forbade the public use of Ukrainian beyond belles-lettres, and excluded it from education until 1917. In the interwar period the country was divided among the USSR, Poland, Romania, and Czechoslovakia, and social and cultural conditions differed drastically. Shevelov's book, based on extensive study of factual material, traces the development of Modern Standard Ukrainian in relation to the political, legal, and cultural conditions within each region. It examines the relation of the standard language to the underlying dialects, the ways in which the standard language was enriched, and the complex struggle for the unity of the language and sometimes for its very existence. While shunning excess linguistic terminology, the book presents the essentials of linguistic development in connection with broad political and cultural conditions.
Category: Literary Criticism

Ukrainian Language

Author : Andriy Melnychuk
ISBN : 1523290706
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This is a guidebook written for beginning to advanced Ukrainian language learners. It is an extensive resource that includes 150 Ukrainian verbs, all most commonly used tenses are labeled. Each verb also includes a usage example along with a translation. If you're looking for the most comprehensive resource for learning and mastering Ukrainian verbs, you are looking at it. The verbs are arranged in tabular format in alphabetical order, which will make navigating through the program easier. An English-Ukrainian and Ukrainian-English index is also included to make access a breeze. With this guide you can take your Ukrainian verb skills to the next level.
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A Lexical Atlas Of The Hutsul Dialects Of The Ukrainian Language

Author : Janusz Rieger
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020385584
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Fixed in the Western mind through the cinematic masterpiece Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors, the Hutsul people of the Carpathian region live in the crossroads of numerous peoples. This atlas is the fruition of the late Polish linguist Jan Janów's work. Janusz Rieger began work on Janów's expedition material in the late 1970s and since then has succeeded in transferring the information from disparate field notes and other archival sources onto a series of more than 250 maps, with separate linguistic commentary and indices. This atlas provides a fundamental resource for Slavic dialectologists.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Language Policy And Discourse On Languages In Ukraine Under President Viktor Yanukovych

Author : Michael Moser
ISBN : 9783838264974
Genre : Social Science
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Declared the country's official language in 1996, Ukrainian has weathered constant challenges by post-Soviet political forces promoting Russian. Michael Moser provides the definitive account of the policies and ethno-political dynamics underlying this unique cultural struggle.
Category: Social Science

Ukrainian Language

Author : Vasiliy Borovik
ISBN : 1530604028
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Improve your Ukrainian vocabulary and reading skills with this book. Including relevant vocabulary as well as simple texts in both Icelandic and English, this is the perfect reading companion for any Icelandic student. The following topics are included: animals, games and fitness, at home, at school, at the grocery store, and many more. The texts are positioned on opposite pages to ensure convenient reading experience.
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Breaking The Tongue

Author : Matthew D. Pauly
ISBN : 9781442648937
Genre : Education
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Breaking the Tongue examines the implementation of the Ukrainization of schools and children's organizations in the 1920s and early 1930s.
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Ukrainian Language

Author : Source Wikipedia
ISBN : 1157663079
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 46. Chapters: Ukrainian grammar, List of Canadian place names of Ukrainian origin, Ukrainian alphabet, Romanization of Ukrainian, Old East Slavic, Ukrainian phonology, Ukrainian dialects, Ukrainian Latin alphabet, Ems Ukaz, Canadian Ukrainian, Balachka, Euro-Ukrainian alphabet, Surzhyk, Mikroglottika, Drahomanivka, Valuev Circular, Yi, Ukrainian months, Ukrainian exonyms, List of Ukrainian words of Turkic origin, Dulya. Excerpt: Ukrainian (Ukrainian: ukrayins'ka mova, ) is a language of the East Slavic subgroup of the Slavic languages. It is the official state language of Ukraine. Written Ukrainian uses a variant of the Cyrillic alphabet. The Ukrainian language traces its origins to the Old East Slavic of the early medieval state of Kievan Rus'. Ukrainian is a lineal descendant of the colloquial language used in Kievan Rus' (10th-13th century). From 1804 until the Russian Revolution Ukrainian was banned from schools in the Russian Empire of which Ukraine was a part at the time. It has always maintained a sufficient base among the Ukrainian people (especially in Western Ukraine where the language was never banned) in its folklore songs, itinerant musicians, and prominent authors. The standard Ukrainian language is regulated by the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (NANU), particularly by its Institute of Ukrainian Language, Ukrainian language-informatical fund, and Potebnya Institute of Language Studies. The first theory of the origin of Ukrainian language was suggested in Imperial Russia in the middle of the 18th century by Mikhail Lomonosov. This theory posits the existence of a common language spoken by all East Slavic people in the time of the Rus'. According to Lomonosov, the differences that subsequently developed between Great Russian and Ukrainian (he referred to as Little Russian) could be explained by the influence...
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Ukraine On The Road To Freedom

Author : Ukrainian National Committee of the United States
ISBN : UOM:39015066983498
Genre : Ruthenians
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Language Policy And Language Situation In Ukraine

Author : Juliane Besters-Dilger
ISBN : 3631583893
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The language situation in Ukraine is complex, language policy often not consistent. Although Ukrainian is the only state language, nearly half of the population prefers Russian in daily communication. It is difficult to harmonise the Ukrainianisation policy of the government which considers the Ukrainian language to be a corner stone of nation building, and the demands of Russian-speaking citizens and the Council of Europe. This volume presents the results of the interdisciplinary INTAS project -Language policy in Ukraine: Anthropological, linguistic and further perspectives- (August 2006 - July 2008). The final recommendations for future language policy aim to disseminate the state language Ukrainian on the whole territory and to strengthen the rights of the non-state languages. Ten scholars from five disciplines analyse the complex language situation in Ukraine and arrive at common recommendations for future language policy."
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