Introduction to Ukrainian: Lesson 3

The word for I want is хочу.

You want to say I want it, so you will write I it want.

?I want it|Я це хочу

?I don’t want|Я не хочу

You replace the word це into цього in negative sentences.

Let’s try.

?I don’t want it|Я цього не хочу

ти verbs end in ш.

?Don’t you want it?|Ти цього не хочеш?

?Do you want it?|Ти це хочеш?

Remember the infinitive:

?to speak|говорити

What was:

?I speak Ukrainian|Я говорю українською

We can apply ю to и rule for the word говорити.

?Do you speak Ukrainian?|Ти говориш українською?

The word for what about is о.

?I speak Ukrainian. And what about you?|Я говорю українською. О ти?

?I am from England. And you?|Я з Англії. О ти?

?And don’t you speak Ukrainian?|О ти не говориш українською?

The word for well is добре.

In order to know how to use it, first remember how to say:

?I want it|Я це хочу

The word добре follows the same position as це, and it goes before the verb.

?I speak Ukrainian well|Я добре говорю українською

NOTE: This appears to be the last lesson so far. The course is not marked as finished so there should probably be more lessons in the future. In the meanwhile, you might want to check out some of the other courses we have:

Basic Introduction to Participles in Lithuanian a course of Lithuanian with 8 lessons produced by Linas
Introduction to Spanish a course of Spanish with 5 lessons produced by Linas
Introduction to Russian a course of Russian with 5 lessons produced by Linas

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