Difference between Ukrainian and Russian languages. Alphabet & Grammar

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  • Aleksandar Vladimirović

    золото по украински злато

    • Aleksandar Vladimirović
      Aleksandar Vladimirović Day ago

      +ijnfrt ну раньше было злато и на украинском,потом в совке изменили стало золото

    • ijnfrt
      ijnfrt 2 days ago

      ні, золото буде золото, злато це більше схоже на сербсько-хорватську

  • Thorick
    Thorick 10 days ago

    now I understand why, when I asked my Ukrainian co-worker to teach me some Russian, my Russian co-worker came running over to tell me that I'd better learn Russian from someone else because I will end up learning it wrong !

  • Ivan Pavlov
    Ivan Pavlov 19 days ago

    В русском языке есть несколько отголосков от исчезнувшего звательного падежа - боже, друже, княже, человече, старче, большинство из которых можно встретить скорее в литературе, чем в устной речи. Но прикольно то, что звательный падеж в данный момент возвращается в язык, но это уже другой звательный падеж, образовываемый по другим правилам - Вась, Наташ, Мам и т.п.

  • Я хочу научиться говорить по-русски

    Есть много русские каналы на ютубе, мне кажется что русский язык очень популярный

  • Adam babar
    Adam babar 21 day ago

    Кращі декілька тем української клавіатури, я люблю це
    play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iconicapplicationz.ukrainian.keyboard

  • Mikołaj Bądzielewski

    04:30 Do you guys really use it? W polskim języku wołacz (vocative) zanika

  • Arturas Paulauskas
    Arturas Paulauskas 23 days ago

    Labas,Paneles as viska puikei suprantu.Pagrindas ira draugyste.Noriu kad mane suprastumet.Siandien susipazinau is Gruzijos su vaikinu sukirtom rankom.Ir labai nusigode kad jie nieko negali isivezti per Ukraina viska atima.Kaip suprasti tokia situacija jusu salies.Visi norim buti draugais palaikyti vienas kita.Aciu merginos❤❤💞👍🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

  • guitar107
    guitar107 27 days ago

    Очень интересно! Ukrainian has 7 cases, just like Czech. :-)

  • Antonio López
    Antonio López 28 days ago

    Ukrainan girls use to smile more and be more cheerful :)

  • Ian Bo
    Ian Bo 29 days ago

    МаріЄ, все таки! (кличний відмінок)

  • David Oliveira
    David Oliveira Month ago

    4:07 Polish has 8, while Finnish has 15 (though only 12 matter that much I was told)

    • Stroggosław
      Stroggosław 26 days ago

      Polish has 7 from initial set of 8 (like sanskrit, because slavic languages are close related to sanskrit). Most slavic languages has set of 7, less of them have 6. Only bulgarian has 4 and macedonian has only 2 like most impaired languages in the world: norwegian and swedish. German has 4 because bordering to slavs they adapted some advancements from slavic languages to theirs scandinavian branch. English as the mix of norman languages and anglo-saxon have 3 :) Hungarian has 29.

  • Attila Magyar
    Attila Magyar Month ago

    дякую дуже приємно слухати українска мова теж!)

  • justin mburli
    justin mburli Month ago

    Good to see you two, got to know you all on you tube...and I must confess you are all excellent teachers.

  • Allogop
    Allogop Month ago +1

    You should make Russian nouns on things you find in educational areas like a university, school, ect. I cannot find one video with any of those nouns

  • shaddyhacker
    shaddyhacker Month ago

    When is the new video coming Nika?

  • jwastag
    jwastag 2 months ago +1

    это совершенно неожиданно но я очень рад видеть вас вместе. лайк.

  • sidnei fc
    sidnei fc 2 months ago

    Thank you very much for this video. It was very interesting.

  • Russian with Anastasia
    Russian with Anastasia 2 months ago +1

    Чё, попрощаемся? 😁😁😁

    • Russian with Anastasia
      Russian with Anastasia 2 months ago

      +Real Russian Club 😁😁 возможно.

    • Real Russian Club
      Real Russian Club 2 months ago +1

      офигеть) может, это наше сибирское))

    • Russian with Anastasia
      Russian with Anastasia 2 months ago

      +Real Russian Club вообще не слышала ни разу! 😃😃

    • Real Russian Club
      Real Russian Club 2 months ago +1

      Насть, так у нас тоже же так говорят? "всё, Бобик сдох" :D

    • Russian with Anastasia
      Russian with Anastasia 2 months ago

      +RU-LAND CLUB 😃😃😃 интересно!

  • Russian with Anastasia
    Russian with Anastasia 2 months ago +9

    Оказывается, я ничего об этом не знала! Спасибо! Очень интересно!

  • Yesid Eduardo Sanchez Avila

    Привет Ника!
    You and Daria are simply amazing.
    I will continue with my Russian Study. .
    До свидания!

  • elias eliasi
    elias eliasi 2 months ago +1

    вы обы очень талантливые, милые и добрые, спасибо вам за это видео.
    думаю в закулисное ( не знаю правильно ли написал? то есть в тех частях видео которые не выложили в последном варианте видео) достаточно у вас было весело и смеялись:) покажите нам их пожалуйста , мы тоже хотим радоваться:)

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  2 months ago +2

      В конце есть bloopers, их мало, но они есть)) Мы были слишком серьёзными в этом видео :)) У Дарьи в Инстагреме есть веселое видео о том, как мы снимали @realrussianclub

  • Rebecca P.
    Rebecca P. 2 months ago

    So, Nika, on your channel, are you teaching us Ukrainian or Russian? I had no idea you knew both. How do you not get confused? Or maybe I should ask why do you teach Russian if Ukrainian is your native language?

    • Rebecca P.
      Rebecca P. 2 months ago

      Ukrainian and Russian sound so very similar to me, as someone who doesn’t know either language. If you hadn’t said you were speaking Ukrainian in the video with Daria, I would have thought it was Russian for sure. You both are so talented knowing so many languages!

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  2 months ago +2

      Hi Rebecca) I teach Russian, as it is mentioned everywhere. My education is a Russian language linguist, and I have two native languages, Russian and Ukrainian. Mostly I speak Russian :) It is not possible to confuse the languages when you know them both. The same as hard to confuse Spanish and Italian.

    • eriktube
      eriktube 2 months ago

      Rebecca P. She teaches Russian. In Ukraine they speak both, however there are some Ukrainians who don't speak Ukrainian. Speaking Russian or Ukrainian depends on where you live in Ukraine and your family.

  • Krakatau Krakatau
    Krakatau Krakatau 2 months ago +9

    One example for звательный падеж (vocative case) in Russian is word God. nominative - Бог, vocative - Боже.

  • chesster
    chesster 2 months ago

    Nice video!!

  • Ediv Koze
    Ediv Koze 2 months ago +2

    Russian language also has звательный падеж мам, пап, ба, деда, Вань, Маш, Саш, Лен, Галь.

  • joir2000
    joir2000 2 months ago +1

    Very nice video, i watched part 2 too.
    Спасибо большое!

  • Dudu Mou
    Dudu Mou 2 months ago

    Ótimo video!✌✌😋

  • Chuado Neblod
    Chuado Neblod 2 months ago

    Amazing video! Спасибо большое :)

  • Ruilin Lin
    Ruilin Lin 2 months ago

    Woah, nice hair in this video!

  • Texocracy
    Texocracy 2 months ago

    I'll take one of each please.
    Great Video! I've been wondering about this for a while.
    Awesome production quality. Love the graphics and great lighting/resolution.

  • thirstyphilosopher
    thirstyphilosopher 2 months ago +2

    Vocative Case - when you call somebody.

  • mohammed abo baker althini

    Hi best my teacher. Good time togther

  • Lubondo Chilekwa
    Lubondo Chilekwa 2 months ago +2

    Oh wow! 😄 So that's why I sit in the same classroom with Ukrainians learning Russian language

  • Zack Cruz
    Zack Cruz 2 months ago +20

    My dreams came true!!! My two favorite teachers in the world working together. Спасибо большое)) 😍

  • krisiunrtc
    krisiunrtc 2 months ago +2

    Do you have any class talking about should and must in russian? Thanks for all classes

  • Nhân Trần Danh
    Nhân Trần Danh 2 months ago +3

    I used to think that the difference between Russian and Ukrainian was just the same as that in British English and American English, now it turns out to be a big surprise for me, thank you very much for the explanation.
    BTW, is it the first time Daria have a talk at RuLand Channel?

    • Brian Cobbold
      Brian Cobbold 2 months ago +1

      Great video's as usual. The difference certainly becomes noticeable when you start travelling to these countries. Belarus is different again!, so don't try learning all three at once. 🙄😳🤔

    • RU-LAND CLUB
      RU-LAND CLUB  2 months ago +2

      Yes, it is the first, but not the last :)

  • Real Russian Club
    Real Russian Club 2 months ago +4

    у меня лицо блестит как добротный шматок украинского сала XD

  • إيمان l
    إيمان l 2 months ago +8

    OMG! I'm learning Russian and my fav singer ever is Ukrainian but I thought he sings in Russian ( Now I'm not sure but I already hear some Russian words )
    I'm afraid that all this time I was listening to Ukrainian songs. 😢😢

    • إيمان l
      إيمان l Month ago

      +Galina GaLaLa
      Well I'm in love with all Slovenian languages, The best for me.
      Spasibo ❤

    • Galina GaLaLa
      Galina GaLaLa Month ago +1

      They all are in russian. P.S. Don't be upset if you ever listen to songs in ukrainian, they are very melodic and sound beautiful.

    • إيمان l
      إيمان l Month ago

      +Galina GaLaLa Aww! That would be Awesome 🙏
      This artist is T-fest
      Utli, Lambada, Onka, Mama.., I can't remember the others coz it's names are hard for me.

    • Galina GaLaLa
      Galina GaLaLa Month ago

      You can show me these songs and I will tell you their language

  • mohammed qasim
    mohammed qasim 2 months ago +1

    You are so beautiful & kinds

  • imarle1
    imarle1 2 months ago +4

    It's the first time to know there are some differences between them! I had totally seen that they shared the same alphabet!
    Then I have to learn Ukrainian too! 😂

  • moataz heart
    moataz heart 2 months ago +2

    разница между Украиной и Россией как разница между луной и солднцем,,,,,обоих люблю 😍

  • Anomaly XD 30654921
    Anomaly XD 30654921 2 months ago +4

    You both are awesome!