„By the way, our nightingale language ranks second in the world in its melodiousness.“

—  Yuri Andrujovich, livro The Moscoviad, The Moscoviad, До речі, наша солов'їна мова посідає друге у світі місце за милозвучністю. Source: The Moscoviad. Yuri Andrukhovych. Spuyten Duyvil, New York City. ISBN1933132523, p. 83
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До речі, наша солов'їна мова посідає друге у світі місце за милозвучністю.

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