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Ukraine

Page history last edited by Nina Lyulkun 12 years, 5 months ago

 

 

What makes Ukraine a unique country?

 

You are invited to pay a tiny time to watch the video below about Ukraine, its places, people, nature.

Video has been created by the MA student Dima Tumachek, a participant of International Projects. He is majoring in English and German. He is a webmaster of the website devoted to Lingvo adds - vocabulary tutorial. Though  he mentioned my name at the end of the video, it's only his work.

The pictures were collected and matched the song. It is in Ukrainian and all is sung about the pictures you can observe.

Dima Tumachek. It might be of use to those who is interested in learning Russian.

 

 

The Vacational Education Department at Khmel'nytskyi National University cross-trains students who have been mastering in handicraft works. Here are presented some of them.

 

 

The detailed information about history, geography, economy, culture, tourism, religion and education for those who are interested in is available at Wikipedia .

Kyiv - is the capital of Ukraine. To view city pictures in ponoramic way click HERE.

Though, the uniqueness is different. The talented youth makes it unique, doesn't it?

 

 

This little girl is 6 and has been dancing since 3 years old. Can you believe that? 

 

 

One more talent: Thank you Rita for the link provided to this really unique Ukrainian-sand-artist:

 

Take a look at this site, friends, which has an excellent video, said to be Ukraine's answer to Susan Boyle. Read the blurb first. http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/tvandradioblog/2009/aug/13/ukranian-sand-artist

Enjoy!

Rita

 

 

Video produced by the student about her own city of Khmelnitskyi, Ukraine.

 


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Comments (7)

Dr. Hala said

at 10:11 am on Nov 14, 2009

Dear Nina,
Super talented!!
Nice work selected, Nina, to reflect about beautiful Ukraine.
I hope I will be able to visit your country one day!

Nina Lyulkun said

at 10:19 am on Nov 14, 2009

Dear Hala,
Thank you very much for stopping by and leaving this lovely message.
I do too hope to see you in Ukraine someday. Ukraine is also very nice and unique country.
Our students are working on their own presentation about Ukraine. I will put it here soon.

Thanks again,
Hugs,
Nina

Buthaina AlOthmn said

at 9:39 pm on Nov 19, 2009

Nina, I had one classmate from Ukraine when I was a graduate student in SUNY Albany, NY. She told me a lot of nice things about Ukraine and her determination to go back there to teach English. Unfortunately, I lost contact with her. But your videos just reminded me of the nice, talented people of Ukraine. I hope I'd be able to visit your beautiful country one day...

Cheers!

Nina Lyulkun said

at 11:40 am on Nov 20, 2009

Dear Buth,

Thank you very much for the warm words about Ukraine. I do hope you will come to our country someday.
Why not to arrive next April to participate in TESOL-Ukraine conference. We'll be very happy to see you and many others who can afford to travel here to Ukraine. There are lots of wonderful things to see.

The best!

Buthaina AlOthmn said

at 12:05 pm on Nov 20, 2009

Dear, Nina,

Thank you so much for your kind message. TESOL-Ukraine conference sounds like a very good opportunity to visit Ukraine and meet wonderful people like you. I will definitely consider it and do my best to make it.

Cheers :)

Nina Lyulkun said

at 7:45 pm on Nov 21, 2009

Great, Buthania. If you consider, I will try to talk to the US Embassy, PAS, to give a support for you.
It would be fantastic to meet you and, perhaps, somebody else in Ukraine.

Hugs,
Nina

Buthaina AlOthmn said

at 8:04 pm on Nov 21, 2009

I'll let you know, Nina; I'd probably consider the TESOL-Ukraine of 2011, as I'm attending TESOL 2010 in Boston, USA in late March. Thanks for your kind message.

Hugs!

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