Is it me or does she says "Kyuv"? I read Kiev personnaly.
I second this. that can't be right
shouldn't Kiev be in the prep case? (киеве)
Accusative, because there is motion involved: "to Kiev".
Is this "future perfective"?
I goofed up my answer, and it told me that the correct response should be "This writer will come in Kiev in May," which does not mean what this sentence is intended to mean.