Natalia claims that the town of Kolochava is just A mecca that is true for. Why?
An instructor of world literary works from Transcarpathian province, awarded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czechia. Appears nearly improbable. But after interacting to Natalka Tumanets we noticed that there surely is no this type of term as impossible for the girl. Her primary target will be turn the Transcarpathian town of Kolochava in to the best point of relationship between Ukraine and Czechia and a genuine exemplar of partnership and social cooperation.
“Hey, neboranyko*, you’re gonna tell the field of Mykola Shuhay, Olbrakht and Kolochava”
Neboranyko = poor thing (Transcarpathian dialect)
Natalia was created in Kolochava. She completed college and left for Uzhhorod to get advanced schooling. She learned in the Philological Faculty. As she had been making selection of a Slavonic language to review, she picked Czech, as her grandfather had an excellent command from it.
– Grandpa published most of the subjects for my examination in Czech. In the exam we endured before Pavlo Pavlovych Chuchka, telling him: “Here I got every thing written but we don’t think i am going to ever require Czech, and so I am not ready for the exam”. He looked through the pages, learnt about grandpa and said: “Hey, neboranyko*, a right time should come when you’re gonna inform the whole world of Mykola Shuhay, Olbrakht and Kolochava. So make your option to your Grandpa and allow him let you know every thing and learn the language every ” (spoken in Transcarpathian) day.
*neboranyko = bad thing (Transcarpathian dialect)
And it also took place that way. Natalia had to learn Czech and also by 1990’s she ended up being invited to execute for different audiences plus in mass-media of Czechia – to dwell in the Museum of Olbrakht, Czechs in Transcarpathia plus the town of Kolochava.