November 29, 2021
The Slovak language (Slovak: slovenčina, Slovenskina; or slovenský jazyk, Slovensky Yazik) is an Indo-European language and belongs to the Slavic language family. This language, along with Czech, Polish and Surabi, includes the Western Slavic branch. Slovakia is particularly close to the Czech language.
Slovakia has 5 million speakers in Slovakia. There are also 500,000 Slovak-speaking immigrants to the United States. There are also 320,000 Slovak speakers who settled in the Czech Republic before the collapse of Czechoslovakia. In Hungary, too, the ethnic minority of 20,000 Slovaks has long lived. Another 60,000 Slovaks, descendants of well-wishers during the Habsburg dynasty, also live in northern Serbia. There are also 22,000 Slovaks in Romania and 20,000 in Poland. There are 20,000 Slovak immigrants in Canada, and some of them live in Australia. Slovaks are also spoken in Austria, Ukraine, Bulgaria and Croatia (5,000). In all, the number of speakers of this language is estimated at 6 million.
The Slovak alphabet is borrowed from the Latin alphabet and the symbols ˇ, ´, ¨, ^ have been added to the alphabet to meet the needs of this language.
The Slovak alphabet is as follows: a á ä b c č d ď dz dž e é f g h ch i í j k l ľ ĺ m n ň o ó ô p q r ŕ s š t ť u ú v w x y ý z ž
The Slovak numbers are:
(1) jeden (jedno (خنثا) ، jedna (مادینه)), (2) dva (dve (خنثا ، مادینه)), (3) tri, (4) štyri, (5) päť, (6) šesť , (7) sedem, (8) osem, (9) deväť, (10) desať, (11) jedenásť, (12) dvanásť, (13) trinásť, (14) štrnásť, (15) pätnásť, (16) šestnásť , (17) sedemnásť, (18) osemnásť, (19) devätnásť, (20) dvadsať, (21) dvadsaťjeden. . . ., (30) tridsať, (31) tridsaťjeden. . . (40) yrtyridsať,. . . (50) päťdesiat,. . . (60) ťesťdesiat,. . . (70) sedemdesiat,. . . (80) osemdesiat,. . . (90) deväťdesiat,. . . (100) sto, (101) stojeden,. . . . (200) dvesto,. . . (300) sad,. . . (900) deväťsto,. . . (1,000) tisíc,. . . (1,100) tisícsto,. . . (2,000) dvetisíc,. . (100,000) stotisíc,. . . (200,000) dvestotisíc,. . . (1,000,000) million,. . . (1,000,000,000) billion,. . .
Link to other languages
The Slovak language, independent of other Slavic languages, originated from the non-Slavic language. Today, however, the Slovak language is linked to the West Slavic languages. Slovaks and Czech-speakers have come close to common language and words in the course of their long historical coexistence until the end of Czechoslovakia. Since Slovak writing is also inspired by Czech writing, the writing systems of the two are very close. However, these two phonological and grammatical differences also have some differences. Breaking history