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Ukrainian (2022) The purpose of this manual is to develop the ability to listen to foreign students and teachers of Ukrainian as a foreign language, as well as those who seek to learn Ukrainian independently. The author aims to help foreigners who want to improve the level of B1 and master the level of B2 / C1, to form a high level of language competence in the conversational and everyday process, but also to expand students' knowledge of Ukrainian culture.
Ukrainian Assessments and Reading Modules: Computer-graded grammar and reading assessments; and intermediate/advanced level reading comprehension materials to be used for self study or as part of a class.
ScribeZone: ScribeZone is an instructional tool that teaches language through transcription for multi-language and civilian use; it improves listening and transcription skills, grammatical knowledge, and reading skills through exercises built around authentic materials from a range of media sources. To date, we have developed multiple modules (a total of 76 activities) for the following 13 languages: Bosnian, Chinese, Croatian, Kazakh, Montenegrin, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Turkish, Uighur, Ukrainian, and Uzbek. Future activities will include not only the development of additional modules for existing languages, as well as the development of additional modules for Caucasian, Turkic, Baltic, and Slavic languages.
Reference Grammar: Ukrainian
This set of reference grammars has been designed for advanced-level language users and linguists to compare semantic categories across languages. Each grammar also provides background information about the language and its speakers. In some cases the author has included a topic which provides greater illumination of the language (e.g. tongue twisters, slang/profanity, or a set of exemplary texts). These sections are indicated by a shaded background in the left-side navigation pane.
Please note that some of the grammars are very large, in particular Romanian and Georgian, and are best accessed through a high speed connection.
Each grammar has been developed by linguists who are experts in their field and has been peer-reviewed to assure quality, accuracy, and consistency.