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Czech is a West Slavic language of the Indo-European language family. It is the official language of the Czech Republic and has an estimated 12 million native speakers worldwide. It is also one of the 24 official languages in the European Union and a recognized minority language in Austria, Croatia, Slovakia and Serbia. The Czech is similar to the Slovak and, to a lesser extent, the Polish and the Serb, and is mutually intelligible. Czech and Slovak represent a spoken-slide system, as the speakers of both languages normally understand both languages in their written and spoken form. Nevertheless, some dialects or heavily accented speech in either language might present difficulties for speakers of the other language. The Czech language developed from the Proto-Slavic language at the end of the first millennium. The name čeština, Czech, is derived from a Slavic tribe of Czechs that inhabited Central Bohemia and united the neighbouring Slavic tribes. The etymology remains unclear. Today, the Czech language employs a Czech variant of the Latin alphabet.
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