Learn phrases in the Slovak language by
selecting the phrases that you want to learn from the list.
These cover a wide variety of
Slovak topics, including the numbers in Slovak, Slovak days, Slovak
greetings and the months in Slovak all with audio.
Slovak language learning games
As well as the flashcards for the Slovakian phrases on the right, there are additional learning games for colours, days, fruit, months, numbers and vegetables.
whether you know the difference between a mrkva, hlávkový šalá, zemiak and paradajka, can count from jeden to desať and know fialová from biela.
Slovak is a West Slavonic language with around 5 million speakers mainly in Slovakia but with communities worldwide.
The language is inflected, nouns have three genders, and adjectives agree with nouns.
So, for instance, 'my' (a possesive) may be môj
when describing masculine, feminine and neuter nouns (in the nominative).
'my father', moja matka
'my mother' and moje auto
'my car' being examples of masculine, feminine and neuter nouns.
Polish and Slovak are closely related (mutually intelligible) and this can be seen here with the possessive 'my'.
The Polish equivalent in the masculine, feminine and neuter (nominative) is mój
Slovak is in the West Slavic branch of the Slavonic languages and most closely related to Czech
, Silesian, Kashubian and Sorbian (also West Slavonic languages).
Slavic languages include
A Slovak Grammar -