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Ukranian

ISBN-10: 0071434275

ISBN-13: 9780071434270

Edition: 2nd 2004 (Revised)

Authors: Olena Bekh, James Dingley

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Book details

List price: $16.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 1/26/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.25" wide x 7.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

Olena Bekhspecializes in teaching Ukrainian to foreigners and has worked at the International Renaissance Foundation, Kiev. Jim Dingleyis the secretary of the Board of Trustees of the Francis Skaryna Belarusian Library and Museum in London.

Introductionp. 1
Pronunciationp. 4
Hello! What's your name?p. 13
Introducing yourself and others
Greeting people and asking names
Simple statements and questions
Very nice to meet youp. 26
Simple description of a room
Further introductions and expressing appreciation
Some countries and nationalities
The plural
Counting from 1 to 4
Stephen, do you have a family?p. 41
Offering things
Please and thankyou
Talking about your family
Saying goodbye
"Hello! I am calling from London ..."p. 55
Making a telephone conversation
What is possible or necessary
Ukrainian surnames
Counting from 5 to 10
We need to book a room in a hotelp. 70
Finding your way around
Possession
Booking a hotel room
Changing money
Counting from 11 to 1 000 000
What's the climate like in Ukraine?p. 83
Apologising
Saying what you like and how old you are
Talking about the weather and past events
Some time expressions and months of the year
I have plans to develop trade with Ukrainep. 97
Answering the question 'where?'
Playing sports and musical instruments
More time expressions
We are flying with Ukrainian Airlinesp. 109
Expressing agreement
Talking about future events and travel
Ordinal numbers and years
Telling the time
Your passport, pleasep. 127
Passport and customs control
More description of future events
Verbs of motion
I'll show you the buildingp. 137
Describing the interior of a house or flat
Reading small ads in a newspaper
Becoming familiar with Ukrainians
Talking about your knowledge of foreign languages
My friends and I want to have lunchp. 150
Addressing people
Ordering a meal in a restaurant
Getting to know Ukrainian cuisine
I should like to walk the streets of Kyivp. 163
A brief tour of Kyiv
More on directions
Being late
I have brought proposals for the creation of a joint venturep. 178
Polite requests
Comparing things
Conducting business and shopping for clothes
I want to call out the doctorp. 192
Describing common ailments
The Ukrainian medical service
Further comparisons
What's your idea of the perfect wife?p. 205
Describing people's appearance and character
Conversational tactics--extracting information, exclamations, changing the subject
The train arriving on track number one ...p. 218
Train travel
Talking about indefinite things and negatives
Here's to the health of our guests!p. 231
Socialising and visiting Ukrainians' homes
Major Ukrainian festivals
Giving orders
See you again, Ukraine!p. 245
Writing letters
More about possession and negatives
Wordbuilding
Key to the exercisesp. 259
Ukrainian--English vocabularyp. 270
Grammatical indexp. 299
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