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Thread poster: Oleg Prots

Oleg Prots  Identity Verified
Ukraine
Local time: 11:36
Member (2003)
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Jan 10, 2003

Hi everybody!



I have finally decided to raise this issue:

On the occasion of my \'platinization\' I propose to launch a Ukrainian language forum at ProZ.



Actually, with over 300 Ukrainian-speaking pros I think it could be VERY useful for all of us - even though nearly all of us understand English and Russian. :^)



I already have several topics in mind which are specific for Ukraine or Ukrainian language and I would like to have a proper place to discuss it.



What you think about it? If I am not alone, I think we\'ll make it!



And, as they often say in TV shows:



I would like to use this occasion to send my warmest greetings to all of you on the occasion of New Year, Christmas, New Year again,... and there are lots of occasions for Ukrainians throughout January.

All the best!



Oleg


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Maryna Guba  Identity Verified
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Yay for the Ukrainian Forum Jan 10, 2003

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I have finally decided to raise this issue:

On the occasion of my \'platinization\' I propose to launch a Ukrainian language forum at ProZ.



I already have several topics in mind which are specific for Ukraine or Ukrainian language and I would like to have a proper place to discuss it.





I\'m for it. Congrats on your \'platinization\' - and it would be intersting to learn about specific topics you have in mind.



Maryna.

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Marcus Malabad  Identity Verified
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ya za! Jan 10, 2003

I surely support the idea! My written Ukrainian sucks big time but I can read it almost(!) as good as Russian. This will also provide many (me) with a good way of brushing up with colloquial Ukrainian.



I\'m sure Henry would not object. Ask Vladimir (from Vancouver), Natalia (Warsaw) and Yuri (from Toronto), all moderators, for their support.



One potential subject would be the Ukrainian spoken by the diaspora (North America) versus the one in the motherland (Vaterland?). I tried speaking to one guy who grew up speaking Ukrainian in Canada (and who has never been in Ukraine) and noticed a lot of Anglicized words...we ended up speaking Russian since it was too much of a chore. My Russian was better than his


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bergazy  Identity Verified
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Great! Jan 11, 2003

My wife\'s last name is Ranok. Good excuse for me to be present in this Forum from time to time.



Best Wishes!



Bergazy


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Jarema  Identity Verified
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Чудова ідея! Jan 11, 2003

Я також за.

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Natalie  Identity Verified
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And Oleg Prots as forum moderator! Jan 11, 2003

Pust\' ni odno dobroe delo ne ostanetsya beznakazannym!

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Oleg Prots  Identity Verified
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Thank you all for your support and suggestions! Jan 11, 2003

And Natalie, if there\'s a need for Forum Moderator for this specific forum, I agree.



I\'ll search the forums archive for info on the procedure - I believe I\'ve seen it somewhere.



Hope to see you all again in the Ukrainian forum soon, and of course, any comments to this thread are still welcome!


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Jarema  Identity Verified
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Поздоровляю, Олеже! Jan 11, 2003

Українська мова справді варта того, щоб на ній існував форум на Прозі.



Обіцяю підтримку, цікаві теми для обговорень, активні дискусії. Ворожнечі, протистояння не обіцяю.





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Myron Netchypor  Identity Verified
Ukraine
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Хай нам щастить! Jan 11, 2003

Молодець Олеже!

Ще недавно теж собі подумав, чому немає украінського форуму?



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mk_lab  Identity Verified
Ukraine
Local time: 11:36
Member (2004)
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Добре! Jan 11, 2003

Good idea, guys!

Поспілкуємось - адже тем вистачає.

Щоб наша доля нас не цуралась!


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Henry Dotterer
Local time: 04:36
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OK! Jan 11, 2003

The forum is set up. Enjoy.

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Myron Netchypor  Identity Verified
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Thanks Henry Jan 11, 2003

Thank you Henry,

It\'s so nice of you!


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Vladimir Dubisskiy  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 03:36
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At last! Jan 11, 2003

Ukrainian Forum is/was a must (at least because we have the Russian one - just joking) Actually I did ask our prozident to help to launch it a while ago; but probably Oylpus was in clouds so the messages could not reach it )

Oleg - molodets\'.. As a relevant SC mod vitaju and hope for cooperation!

Why don\'t we use speak Ukrainian or English with Forum postings?


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Marta Argat  Identity Verified
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Хай живе! :) Jan 12, 2003

Чудово! Дуже дякуємо. Чекаємо на створення нових тем, про які Ви казали.

Зараз піду сама відзначуся


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Oleg Prots  Identity Verified
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Іще раз дякую! Jan 12, 2003

Henry, thanks a lot!

I\'ll do my best, promise!



Особливо дякую тим, хто вже встиг запропонувати свої теми, навіть ще до того як я таки дізнався, що форум вже є.

Пане Володимире - мені просто в цьому році посміхається доля , чого і Вам бажаю!



Мої питання до обговорення будуть окремими темами незабаром...


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