Sorry, but I can't agree. In Eastern Ukraine people speak maily Russian or "surżyk", but in Western part Ukrainian language is spoken. And though it is in some ways similar to Polish or Slovak ( but no more than Polish is similar to Czech for example) it IS Ukrainian and it is official state language in Ukraine. Or maybe you thought about some Carpathian dialects? Then, yes, they're spoken either in Ukraine or Slovakia and Poland.übermönch said:Ukrainian is hard to classify since it doesn't really exist as a single language. The ukrainian spoken in eastern ukraine is the same as the southern dialects of russian, the ukrainian spoken in the western part is almost the same as slovak.