Ukrainian Greetings

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Hello readers of Aprender Palavras, in this article we will learn some greetings in Ukrainian, if you are learning this beautiful language, and still don't know some greetings, or are traveling to Ukraine and do not want to do badly, this article will help you a lot.

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Ukrainian Greetings

Good morning: доброго ранку (from 5:00 am to 11:00 am)

Good Afternoon: доброго дня (until the sun starts to set)

Good Night [date]: доброго вечора (when the evening starts)

Boa Noite[despedida]: доброї ночі/надобраніч (usado até começar a clarear)

Hello: здастуйте

Hello (Informal - Used for friends and family): Привіт

NOTE: UKRAINERS WANT TO BE WELL FORMAL FOR THAT IN THIS ARTICLE WE GO FOR NOTES FOR WHO SHOULD BE USED WITH CERTAIN COMPLIANCE.

Farewells:

Even more (used even if you won't see the person again): До побачення

See you later (used in the knowledge that it will reconnect the person again): До зустрічі

Bye (informal - For friends and family): Бувай

Bye (formal or for a group): Прощавайте

Goodbye (informal): Прощавай

Asking "How are you?"

How are you? (formal): Як справи?

How are you? (formal): Як у вас справи?

How are you? (informal): Як у тебе справи?

How are you? (Very formal): Як ви поживаєте?

How are you ?: (informal): Як ти поживаеш?

Is that you? (formal): А у вас?

And you (informal): А у тебе?

And you (formal): А ви?

And you (informal): А ти?

Replies

Well, thanks: Добре, дякую

Mal: Погано

Normal: Нормально

Great: Відмінно

Thanking

Thank you: Дякую \ Спасибі

Thank you very much: Дуже дякую

Thank you very much: Валике спасибі

You're welcome: Будь Ласка

You're welcome: Нема за що

You're welcome (Used in western Ukraine): Прошу

Other words

Please: Будь Ласка

Não foi nada/ de nada: Нічого

Desculpe/Com licença (formal ou grupo): Вибачте

Desculpe/Com licença (formal ou grupo): Пробачте

Desculpe/Com licença (Informal): Вибач

Desculpe/Com licença (informal): Пробач

As we have seen, Ukrainian is very easy, although they have words for formal and informal situations, the language sounds very beautiful, in doubt which one to use, in your first contact, use the most formal one, when the person starts using more informal words there is yours opportunity to speak more informally, since he managed to establish a friendship.

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