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JonathanCampion

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Fresh start.
« on: 20:21 18-Jul-2006 »
I am 21 and I plan to move to Kyiv once I finish my degree. Does anyone have any advice for a Russian speaker who is already thinking about finding a job and a flat next summer? And how important is the Ukrainian language in the business side of Kyiv? Obviously I will be starting with low-profile work.

I will be in Ukraine again this winter - which towns are attractive in the snow?


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Re: Fresh start.
« Reply #1 on: 08:31 24-Jul-2006 »
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I am 21 and I plan to move to Kyiv once I finish my degree. Does anyone have any advice for a Russian speaker who is already thinking about finding a job and a flat next summer? And how important is the Ukrainian language in the business side of Kyiv? Obviously I will be starting with low-profile work.

I will be in Ukraine again this winter - which towns are attractive in the snow?


1. Advise: find a Russian teacher to improove Your Russian, once you are in Kyiv (I can provide You with some contacts).

2. I can also advise You a real estate agency: http://yourhome.com.ua/

3. Ukrainian isn't that much important. Russian is quite ok.

4. About the snow - hit the Western Ukraine

http://www.karpaty.info/ua/
http://www.karpaty-tour.com/
http://ukarpatah.com.ua/

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Re: Fresh start.
« Reply #2 on: 09:23 26-Jul-2006 »
What do you plan to do for living?