Slovak language

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see Slavic languagesSlavic languages,
also called Slavonic languages, a subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. Because the Slavic group of languages seems to be closer to the Baltic group than to any other, some scholars combine the two in a Balto-Slavic subfamily of the Indo-European
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As many as 160 foreigners from 35 countries want to learn the Slovak language at Comenius University.
In the present-day Slovak language (or other languages sharing the T/V principle), the unmarked/default singular form adopted in encounters within family and among friends is the T-form; the unmarked singular form in encounters with strangers (regardless of age or gender) is the V-form.
On the other hand, Slovak language hasn't been studied, but with the advent of the Slovak Dependency Treebank (SDT) the situation has changed considerably.
A century later, Daniel Sinapius-Horcicka wrote poetry, drama and proverbs lauding the Slovak language and criticising the lack of patriotism among his fellow Slovaks.
It doesn't help that Slovakia is called Slovensko in the Slovak language. There's even a website that explains the difference to foreigners.
Jadranka Vazanova inserted 183 records, 188 abstracts, and 25 reviews, for a total of 269 records in the Slovak language. (These numbers cover also processing old issues of the journal Slovenska hudba before 1967 within the RILM Retrospective project)
Fan even resorted to using Google Translate, an online translation engine that supports English and the Slovak language. She decided that it ended up creating more confusion, even though some of the athletes thought the translations were hilarious.
The proposed question was: "Do you agree that the Slovak language should be used exclusively in official contacts, as it was before June 1, 1999?" Despite the fact that only 350,000 signatures were needed to initiate a referendum, President Schuster blocked the referendum due to the prohibition of plebiscites on human rights issues (Daftary & Gal, 2000, p.
government sought to silence the Slovak language press, prohibited
It is helpful to master the basics of the Slovak language so that you can more easily take the first steps in Slovakia and communicate with potential employers.
For those students who want to study technical subjects we offer 10-month scholarships to learn the Slovak language and pass the entry examinations.
The author focuses on Slovak-speaking immigrants and how they were informed of race relations by the Slovak language press.

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