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Learn Slovak - First words
Hi! Ahoj!
Hello! Dobrý deň!
How are you? Ako sa darí?
Good bye! Dovidenia!
See you soon! Do skorého videnia!

What is special about the Slovak language?

Slovak is a West Slavic language, closely related to Czech, Polish, and other languages within this family. It shares common linguistic features with these languages and offers insight into the development of the Slavic language family. The Slovak alphabet is based on the Latin script, with some additional letters and diacritical marks to represent specific sounds in the language. This writing system makes it easier for speakers of other languages using the Latin script to learn Slovak. Slovak for beginners is one of over 50 free language packs that you can get from us. ‘50LANGUAGES’ is the effective way to learn Slovak online and for free. Our teaching materials for the Slovak course are available both online and as iPhone and Android apps.

Slovak has a unique system of phonetics, including a wide range of vowel and consonant sounds. This feature contributes to the distinctiveness of Slovak and sets it apart from other Slavic languages. Slovak is an inflected language, meaning that words change their forms to express grammatical relationships. This feature allows for flexibility and precision when expressing ideas and is common among Slavic languages. With this course you can learn Slovak independently - without a teacher and without a language school! The lessons are clearly structured and will help you achieve your goals.

The Slovak language has a rich literary tradition, with the first known Slovak text, the 15th-century Nitra Gospels, written in the Old Slovak language. The language has produced many great poets, writers, and scholars, and it continues to be an essential part of Slovak culture. The Slovak language has a diverse range of dialects. Depending on the region, the language can differ in pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar. This diversity is a reflection of the various communities and regions where the language is spoken. Learn Slovak fast with 100 Slovak language lessons organized by topic. The MP3 audio files for the lessons were spoken by native Slovak speakers. They help you improve your pronunciation.

Slovak is spoken by around 5 million people, mainly in Slovakia. It is also spoken by Slovak communities in countries such as the Czech Republic, Hungary, and other parts of the world. The language has a strong presence in various forms of media, including television, radio, newspapers, and the internet. In addition to its use in everyday communication, Slovak plays a significant role in the academic, cultural, and economic life of Slovakia. Many scientific papers, educational materials, and business documents are written in Slovak, making it an essential language in these fields.

Even Slovak beginners can learn Slovak efficiently with ‘50LANGUAGES’ through the practical sentences. First you will get to know the basic structures of the language. Sample dialogues help you to express yourself in the foreign language. Prior knowledge is not required.

Even advanced learners can repeat and consolidate what they have learned. You learn correct and frequently spoken sentences and you can use them immediately. You will be able to communicate in everyday situations. Use your lunch break or time in traffic to learn a few minutes of Slovak. You learn on the go as well as at home.