Slovak is the language of Slovakia, a country in Central Europe. It is closely related to Czech and shares many similarities with other Slavic languages. Slovak is spoken by over 5 million people and is one of the 24 official languages of the European Union. It is also one of the official languages of the Council of Europe. Slovak is a relatively young language, as it only became the official language of Slovakia in 1993. However, it has a rich history and tradition. Slovak is a Slavic language, which means it is related to Czech, Polish, Russian, and other Slavic languages. It is also related to the Sorbian languages spoken in parts of Germany. Slovak is written in the Latin alphabet with a few additional letters. The Slovak alphabet has 42 letters. Slovak grammar is similar to that of other Slavic languages. It is a highly inflected language, with 7 cases and 3 genders. Slovak vocabulary includes many loanwords from other languages, especially from German, Hungarian, and Polish. Slovak is a very phonetic language, which means that words are pronounced exactly as they are written. This makes it a very easy language to learn. Slovak is a beautiful and melodic language. It is known for its many idiomatic expressions and sayings. If you are interested in learning Slovak, there are many resources available online and in print. There are also many language schools in Slovakia that offer courses for foreigners.

Language group

West Slavic languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Slovak, Slovakia, Latin
Slovak, Slovakia
Slovak, Latin
Slovak, Czechia
Slovak, Serbia