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    Main » 2011 » February » 26 » Ukrainian Language Day in Our School
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    Ukrainian Language Day in Our School
    Ukrainian Language Day is a day which is celebrated annually in our gymnasium on 21 February since 2000.
    Support of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism "was announced about at the XXX Session of UNESCO General Conference,
    held October 26 - November 17, 1999 in Paris.
    Halyna Kononivna Dmytrenko, a teacher of Ukrainian, started the celebration with Shevchenko's words:
    Ну що б, здавалося, слова...
    Слова та голос — більш нічого.
    А серце б’ється — ожива,
    Як їх почує!..
    Знать, од Бога
    І голос той, і ті слова
    Ідуть меж люди! . . . . . . . . . . .
    Out of 6000 spoken languages in the world, about half are threatened with extinction,
    UNESCO seeks to support the language as a sign of cultural affiliation entity.
    I think that is  very well when mankind pays so much attention to native language,
     without language there are no people!
    The festival was  celebrated in our school hall. A lot of students took part in the celebration.
    They recited Ukrainian poetry and their own poems, sang Ukrainian songs.
    What do you think about this day? Do we need to support our native language?
    Posted by Nastasia Zhulay, 7-B
    Photos by Ms Byzova
    Category: Top materials | Views: 987 | Added by: Nastasia | Rating: 5.0/2
    Total comments: 10
    1 MsByzova  
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    Thank you, Nastasia, for posting the material. respect

    This is the video of part of the Ukrainian song from that celebration sung by Katya Kovalyova, 7-A form (unfortunately my camera was not charged enough to film all the song)

    3 Dzvinka  
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    I really liked this girl's singing))

    5 MsByzova  
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    Katya has a nice voice. Next year she might take part in "Troyeshchyna" Gymnasium Eurovision. cool biggrin

    2 MsByzova  
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    I would like the readers of the site to share their thoughts
    about the Ukrainian language in the modern world.

    4 Dzvinka  
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    I worry so much that so many Ukrainians speak Russian and don't want to change their mind cry cry cry

    but now many of my friends, for example, speak or try to speak Ukrainian, so I hope it will return))

    unfortunately our government doesn't do much to return Ukrainian language, for example, we still have many radio and TV chanels, journals and newspapers in Russian... sad

    I think people should think about their native language.

    6 MsByzova  
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    I think that more and more people feel responsibility for their native language, trying to use it in everyday life.

    7 Dzvinka  
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    yeah, but on the other side, there are so many people who really don't care sad sad sad

    8 Angelika  
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    Wow, very nice girl singing)
    Very interesting article) smile

    9 Oleksiy  
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    O_o It's fantastic

    10 MsByzova  
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    What is fantastic? cool

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