Although some see Ukrainian as a sister language to Russian, the language on its own is absolutely poetic. I could listen to Ukrainian speakers for hours.
乌克兰语有着神奇的旋律。他有着灵魂。他充满了柔情。他吸引和催眠。在世界上任何一种语言中，一个“心我的”字的音标都无法通过，那种在乌克兰语单词“我的心”中都能听得见的深度和多样的感受。不幸的是，无论是法语“mon coer”，也不是西班牙语-“mi corazon”也不是英语-“my hart”不能与乌克兰语的类似词相比。—阿莱克苏亚
Ukrainian has magic melodiousness. There is the soul in him. He is full tenderness. He attracts and hypnotizes. In any language of the world, phonetics of words a “heart my” will not be able to pass, that depth and variety of feelings that is audible in the Ukrainian words – “my heart”. Unfortunately, neither French – “mon coer”, nor Spanish – “mi corazon” nor English – “my hart” not compared to the Ukrainian analogue. – AlexUA
So underrated, I am studying French, Dutch, Swedish, Italian and Ukrainian and Ukrainian songs are the nicest sounding music is a big part and they are perfect. My other languages of study are lovely too but there is something special about Ukrainian which I have not found in Russian which is why I chose to study Ukrainian.
I voted for Spanish being a Ukrainian native speaker, but could not help commenting how beautiful our language is. It has a wide range of sounds and reflects all the feelings and emotions that a peson can have. This is a language to speak to one’s heart. I am proud that we could save and enrich our language throughout the hard times we had in our history.
If Ukrainian were a better known language it would easily be in 乌克兰语言 the top three (if not number one). It is an audible mix of French vowels and Russian consonants; soft to the ear and hard to the mind, if you can imagine that. The language is very melodic and it isn’t all soft sounds like French, but it isn’t angry sounding like Russian.
Due to the lack of influence in the world is the only reason Ukraine is not number one. This language doesn’t just sound beautiful, but also the articulator looks nice while speaking, which cannot be said about French.
The Ukrainian language was officially recognised as the second most melodic language in the world after Italian and the third most beautiful based on such criteria as vocabulary, phonetics, phraseology and sentence structure after French and Persian. The competition took place in Paris in 1934.
I never heard Ukrainian until I was an adult, but have since come to love it. There is a beautiful rhythmic quality that lends itself so well to song and poetry without being too harsh (in my opinion, Russian has harsher sounds). This is partially because of the casal structure and simple vowel sounds (not many diphthongs).
Ukrainiam is a language for smart people. The grammar is complex but not difficult. It is armonic…it has lots of synonims in order to use the one that best harmonyzes with the sentence. And it is very pleasant to the ear. Original (not too many imported words from another languages), in fact the predecesor of the other eslavic languages (including polish and Russian), it is the only living eslavic language that uses the vocative (in latin existed, but latin is dead).I am learning it and the more I learn, the more I love it
Ukrainian language took the second place on melodic criteria after Italian and it was ranked as the third most beautiful language in the world on such criteria as phonetics, vocabulary, phraseology and sentence structure after French and Persian at a linguistic contest