UKRAIИIAИ LAИGUAGЄ CLASSЄS 2022 FALL: IN-PЄRSOИ & OИLIИE - RЄGISTRATIOИ
Ukrainian language classes for adults and youth (at least 12 years of age, preferably with a parent, at least in close proximity) are being offered for the fall, 2022 at St. Stephen Protomartyr Ukrainian Catholic Church, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. All classes will be simultaneously in-class and, for distance learners, on-line via ZOOM.
BEGINNER - For those who have no or very limited knowledge of the Ukrainian language. Class time will be distributed evenly among reading, conversation and grammar. Students will learn to read the Cyrillic alphabet.
Wednesday evenings, Sept 14 ~ Nov 30: 6:30 – 7:45 pm MDT
LEVEL II – This class will focus on learning vocabulary for common everyday situations and continuing to study grammar concepts. Students will learn phrases for self-introduction, greetings, and simple conversation. Registrants should be familiar with the Ukrainian alphabet and have some vocabulary.
Wednesday evenings, Sept 14 ~ Nov 30: 7:45 - 9:00 pm MDT
LEVEL III -- Students will continue their study of grammar and vocabulary to expand their conversational abilities.
Tuesday evenings, Sept 13 ~ Nov 29: 7:45 -- 9:00 pm MDT
LEVEL IV - For more advanced students who have studied the Ukrainian language and grammar for several years, and/or may have learned Ukrainian in childhood. About 50% of the class-time is Ukrainian conversation.
Tuesday evenings, Sept 13 ~ Nov 29: 6:30 – 7:45 pm MDT
FEE / CLASS / STUDENT: Adults $140.00; Youth (preferably accompanied by a parent) $80.00
LOCATION: St. Stephen Protomartyr Ukrainian Catholic Church
4903 – 45 Street S.W.
Calgary, Alberta Canada T3E 3W5
THESE ARE SIMULTANEOUSLY IN-PERSON AND ON-LINE CLASSES. IN-CLASS PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUESTED TO COMPLY WITH THE CHURCH’S COVID PROTOCOLS, IF ANY, PREVAILING AT THE TIME.
NOTE: A minimum of 6 students per class is required to hold the class. Participants are requested to be pre-registered by Tuesday, Sept 6, 2022.
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