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Our E-Books work on computers, iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch

We sell two E-Books by Dr. Andrij Hornjatkevyč:
(1)  530 Ukrainian Verbs  (4-page sample PDF)
(2)  Ukrainian Reference Grammar in English 
Both E-Books are available through E-mail delivery. You can purchase them online via
PayPal. (NOTE: we no longer sell the CD-ROM versions)
Minimum system requirements:
These E-Books can be read on any Macintosh or Windows computer, as well as most portable devices.
The E-Books are 
standard PDF files, readable with Adobe Reader or Preview (on the Mac).
iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad:
All our e-books work on these devices. The books look especially well on the iPad (try them with iBooks or GoodReader).
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530 Ukrainian Verbs by Andrij Hornjatkevyč
Now for the first time students of Ukrainian have a valuable aid for language learning -- literally -- at their fingertips. With a few clicks of a computer mouse, they can find the conjugation of hundreds of Ukrainian verbs.
What's included:

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Ukrainian Reference Grammar in English
by Andrij Hornjatkevyč:

From the Preface: "The purpose of this book is to put into the hands of both teachers and students a work in English that will give information on the most important questions of Ukrainian grammar..."
This "is an attempt to satisfy the needs of two constituencies: On one side are the secondary and tertiary language students who need a reference work in which the sought form can be found readily or a question may be resolved. Language teachers often find themselves in that category. On the other side, the target audience includes students of linguistics who wish to study the deeper processes of the language, the morphonemic rules that govern the surface manifestation of the finite form…"
What is included: A 329-page "Read-only" PDF file with hyper-linked index and table of contents, as well as hyper-linked cross-reference within the text.

Preface 7
Abbreviations and Symbols 9
1. Phonemis 11
2. Morphophonemics 27
2.2 Morphology 41
    Nouns 49
    Adjectives 89
    Numerals 101
    Pronouns 107
    Verbs 119
    Adverbs 161
    Ancillary Parts of Speech 165
 Syntax 175
 Negation 237
 Punctuation 241
 Capitalization 263
 Personal Names 271
 Syllabification 309
Bibliography 317

Subject Index 321
About the Author 329