Beginning Learner’s Ukrainian Dictionary

Beginning Learner’s Ukrainian Dictionary

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PDF eBook


149 pages





  • 1,000 essential words for beginning learners of Ukrainian
  • Verb conjugation and noun declension tables
  • Example sentences with translations
  • Language notes

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The Beginning Learner’s Ukrainian Dictionary is, as its name implies, designed for beginning learners of the Ukrainian language.  Free audio tracks are available to download and stream below.

The dictionary is meant to be more than a reference in which to look up unknown words. It is a study tool to expand your lexicon and build a solid base in both vocabulary and grammar. You are encouraged to read through entry after entry, study the structure of the example sentences, notice the inflections of nouns, adjectives, and verbs, and practice your listening skills and pronunciation while listening to the accompanying audio tracks.

Three Indexes: English-Ukrainian Quick Lookup; Common Ukrainian Names; Grammar Terms

The dictionary has been adapted from our book The Beginning Learner’s Russian Dictionary, which is based on the official Lexical Minimum for the standardized test that includes 780 items that learners are expected to know at the A1 level. To these, the names of countries, common Ukrainian personal names, and grammatical terms have been added, bringing the total number of headwords in the dictionary to over 1,000.

This dictionary offers many advantages for beginning learners over other Ukrainian-English dictionaries. It offers a reader-friendly, uncluttered layout. Only senses appropriate to the A1 level appear in the entries. Grammatical information is presented clearly in tables along with invaluable usage notes. Example sentences contain only A1-level vocabulary found in the dictionary. (Beginning learners may find other dictionaries overwhelming, as entries contain multiple senses, many of which are uncommon and make it difficult to determine which sense is intended. Such dictionaries present limited grammatical information, often in abbreviated form, under the assumption that the reader is proficient in Ukrainian grammar. Likewise, example sentences may contain too many higher-level vocabulary words to be of use to beginning learners.)

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The Sacrifice Feast in Egypt

Yomna tells us about the Sacrifice Feast in Egypt while teaching us some interesting words and phrases related to the holiday in Egyptian Arabic.

Mostafa Gets Lost

Even locals can get lost in a city as big as Cairo. How does Mostafa find his way?

3 reviews for Beginning Learner’s Ukrainian Dictionary

  1. Katja

    Katja (verified owner)

    This dictionary was exactly what I was looking for.
    I needed a dictionary with nouns in different cases, accent marks, example sentences and conjugation of verbs – very useful and easy to use also.
    The PDF book arrived immediately after the purchase.

  2. K


    Hi, This is a very good dictionary for absolute beginner learner. But there is an English spelling error on Page 100 Information Box which the word “Ukrainian” was spelled wrong with an extra ‘r’. A thorough check of the entire book is recommend for its future 2nd edition.

  3. steven

    steven (verified owner)

    So far so good , though there’s some very useful vocabulary missing in this Beginner’s Dictionary

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