One Stop Shop - Online Ukrainian Resources
I've been scavenging the web for Ukrainian learning resources for awhile now, and these are some of what I’ve gathered that I've found useful.
Probably the most comprehensive, organized Ukrainian grammar site on the web. http://www.ukrainianlanguage.org.uk/read/index.htm
Quick reference charts on Personal/Possessive/Demonstrative Pronouns http://ukrainiangrammar.com/article/2012-06-19/the-pronoun-cases.html
Quick summaries on each of the 7 cases http://ukrainiangrammar.com/article/2011-01-23/the-noun-cases.html
An online Ukrainian course with numerous lessons and has lots of pictures and illustrations http://www.spiritsd.ca/ukrainian/eng_home.htm
A free online copy of a 300 page very in-depth book called “Teach yourself Ukrainian” http://www.ualberta.ca/~ivashkiv/Ukrainian/Ukrainian%20Textbook.pdf
16 episodes of native speakers teaching Ukrainian. You can download the transcript in pdf form to follow along https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ukrainian-podcast/id273597224?mt=2
Stress in Ukrainian
Understanding what part of each word is stressed is an important skill to learn. Some words change their meaning, depending on where the stress is placed. This site covers the topic in-depth. http://www.ukrainianlanguage.org.uk/stress/intro.html
This site help shows where the stress goes for every word you look up, and is also very useful for conjugating verbs in every tense. http://lcorp.ulif.org.ua/dictua/
This is a nice chart of all the verbs of motions http://homes.chass.utoronto.ca/~tarn/courses/108/Verbs-of-Motion.html
Last but not least is a Memrise course I made to help me conjugate many common verbs. The Russian equivalent are also shown as a bonus. There are 94 verbs currently and it’s a work in progress. http://www.memrise.com/course/756555/ukrainian-russian-verbs-and-conjugation-rules/
If anyone else can add to this list, feel free to comment
Thank you. I will move this to the topic that shares resources for ongoing Ukrainian studies.
Please have a native speaker revise your Memrise course if that's possible - there are some inaccuracies with both Ukr. and Russ.
On YouTube the best source is Learn Ukrainian with Roman: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1uuGeXQ-iV4G0yIAIU9Png . He explains things clearly but doesn't always get extremely specific unless you comment a question. He does a lot of phrases too.