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People often wonder how close Russian and Ukrainian are, linguistically. Another aspect of confusion is that Ukrainians for the most part Russian (though many struggle to speak it properly).
I’m a native English speaker who is fluent in Russian. They understand it because they likely studied it in school at some point, and because they’re bombarded with it in their media. Russians aren’t watching Ukrainian films (because there aren’t any), nor listen to much, if any, Ukrainian music.
They may be insecure about their ability or uncomfortable saying it in public. So, when you go to order, simply ask if they speak English.
Don’t do it too loudly, try to keep the tonal volume at a rate that only the cashier can hear you.
One of the trickiest part of living in this wonderful Soviet country is the English in Ukraine. If you’ve ever traveled to other Eastern European countries such as Poland, the English level in Ukraine falls off quickly as soon as you venture into Ukraine.
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The closer you are to the center of a city, the more likely you are to find someone with a grasp of English.
Nearly all under 30s in the Kiev city center will be able to communicate with you in English.
(This is likely because Russian is the language of business and of cities. In general.) Finally, down in the Crimean peninsula, you’ll hear Russian exclusively.
Cities like Simferopol, Yalta and Sevastopol are essentially Russian cities, despite their geographical location. Fkhod (Entrance) in Russian becomes “Fkhid” in Ukrainian, and so on.
In Ukraine there are two spoken languages: Russian and Ukrainian.