Ukrainian Language

Ukrainian is an East Slavic, and it is the official language in Ukraine. It is recognized as a minority language in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Croatia and Poland. Mutual linguistic features are seen in Ukrainian with Belarusian and Russian. Modern Ukrainian that is spoken now is established since the 17th century. During Russian Empire, Ukrainian was banned from schools from 1804 until Russian Revolution. Ukrainian alphabet utilizes Cyrillic script despite there have been proposals to switch to a Latin alphabet in history. Ukrainian is a fusional language, and single sound elements are used to represent different grammatical features.