@happybeing "In the Ukrainian nominative case (that's the one for the subject of the sentence), the last two letters of his name are и (y) and й (i). Since the English pronunciation of "y" and "i" is the same at the end of the word, you'll often see "Zelensky," but you might also see "Zelenskyi" or "Zelenskyy," which more closely reflect the Ukrainian spelling. Zelenskyy's own Twitter account uses this last option"

from blog.duolingo.com/ukraine-lang


At least 14:


7 cases: nominative, accusative, genitive, dative, instrumental, locative, vocative;
2 numbers: singular, plural.

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