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Kindergarten Ukrainian

By: Nataliya Bondarenko
Narrated by: Nataliya Bondarenko,Ianina Shpachynska
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This is a simple audio guide to Ukrainian for children incorporating songs, music, and games. Topics covered include core words and phrases that can be put to daily use, including numbers, colors, greetings, foods, animals, places, and many other topics. This is an ideal way for a young learner to get exposure to the Ukrainian language including hearing Ukrainian songs to improve their pronunciation. Sound effects are also used to make words and phrases more memorable.

©2022 Nataliya Bondarenko (P)2022 Historical Audiobooks

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Pretty good!

My 4yo has enjoyed it all so far. I wish it had a companion e-book; seeing the words in the Cyrillic alphabet would help us start to learn what shapes make what sounds, and help us differentiate between some letter sounds that are very similar.

Regardless, it’s pretty good.