Ukrainian subtitling services
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A short history of the Ukrainian language
Ukrainian is an Eastern Slavonic language and it is related to Belarusian and also Russian. It is spoken by about 51 million people who live in the Ukraine and in places such as Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Slovakia, Romania and Poland, where migrant communities have settled.
In 988 the capital of Ukraine, Kiev, converted to Christianity and all religious texts were written in Old Slavonic, which was a language used by the Missionaries. During the 19th century people became more interested in using the Ukrainian language and the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy was founded. However, when Russia began to rule the Ukraine, it shut down the academy and prohibited the use of the Ukrainian language. Russian became the language taught in schools.
When the Ukraine gained independence in 1991, the Ukrainian language began to be used again and an Ukrainian alphabet was created, which has been in use since 1996.
Several Ukrainian dialects exist. They are divided into northern, south eastern and south western regions. Within each group are various sub groups including Steppe, Polissian and Lemko. Rusyn is also spoken in some parts and it is considered to be a dialect of Ukrainian by some linguists.