I am originally from the north of Ukraine. My native language is, in my own words, Ukrainian Russian, that is, the Russian that was influenced by Ukrainian and Belorusian to some extent. I can speak good Ukrainian, though. I love to learn stuff. Since a massive amount of information is in English, knowing it really helps. I am heavily into the nuances of English, which is why I ask quite a few questions.
Novhorod-Sivers'kyi, Чернігівська область, Ukraine
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