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Dnipetrovsk / Dnepr

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Introductions from experienced Ukraine Travellers...
12 years ago, May 7th 2007 No: 1 Msg: #13684  
I have a friend who will be going for a short time to Dnipetrovsk (Dnepr) and asked me if I had any contacts there of people he might meet up with. He is a medical doctor from Philadelphia but lives now in Bangkok. Does anyone maintained any friends there from their travels who speak English and might be interested in going out with my friend socially? I would greatly appreciate it if you did! Reply to this

10 years ago, December 14th 2008 No: 2 Msg: #57449  
Sorry my reply wont help you at all but after reading this message I caught my self on thought that it’s such a big problem in Ukraine that most people doesn’t speak English. Don’t know why?! Reply to this

10 years ago, December 14th 2008 No: 3 Msg: #57453  
Hello Gary and Julia 😊

I moved this to the Looking for Travel Companions forum.

Mel Reply to this

10 years ago, December 16th 2008 No: 4 Msg: #57617  
I am based in Kyiv rather than Dnipropetrovsk. Ukrainians do speak English (some of them superbly - I worked there as a proofreader), and with it being a university town there are bound to be students there who will help your friend to find his way around.

Be very careful at night, and avoid the thousands of ghastly dating agencies if you decide to look for someone on the internet.

J. Reply to this

10 years ago, December 21st 2008 No: 5 Msg: #58097  
I’m also based in Kiev and talking about majority of people. Big numbers of adults use to study German at school. In this days English is most common subject in university. That’s true. More people speak English but in my opinion, it’s not enough. Reply to this

10 years ago, January 9th 2009 No: 6 Msg: #59473  
In fact a lot of people do....
but noone knows who needs help with language & when...
lack of communication
IMHO Reply to this

10 years ago, January 12th 2009 No: 7 Msg: #59850  
Oh please. In kiev people do speak a little bit of English, that’s true. But do you recon it’s the same situation in the whole Ukraine or even in Dnipropetrovsk (look at the origin question). I doubt it. Reply to this

9 years ago, July 5th 2010 No: 8 Msg: #114896  
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It seems to me that a big problem of small cities in Ukraine is bad school education (as result - bad English knowledge). In large cities as Kiev, Dnepr, Odessa and others much more people can help english-speaking traveller. Such situation was formed because of possibility of usage English (person from small Ukrainian city has a minimal chance to meet a foreigner or find a job that requires knowledge of language). Reply to this

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