Our Slovak translation team consists of
Slovak, or Slovakian, is a West Slavic language belonging to the Indo-European language family. Slovak uses a modification of the Latin alphabet, distinguishing it from many other Slavic languages that use the Cyrillic alphabet. Over 7 million people worldwide speak Slovak, 5 million of whom live in Slovakia, followed by the United States (500,000), the Czech Republic (320,000), northern Serbia (60,000), Ireland, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Canada, Croatia, Australia, Austria, Ukraine, and Bulgaria. The Slovak language is a descendant of the Proto-Slavic language, itself a descendant of Proto-Indo-European. The Slovak language has been influenced by many languages, including Czech, Polish, and German. Slovak is mutually intelligible with Czech, which is why, even after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, Czech may be used in all official proceedings and documents in Slovakia. Despite this closeness to other Slavic varieties, there is significant variation among Slovak dialects. In particular, eastern varieties differ significantly from the standard language, which is based on central and western varieties. In addition to being the official language of Slovakia and the European Union, it is also a recognized language of Vojvodina, Serbia.
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Banska Bystrica (SK), Bratislava (SK), Hurbanovo (SK), Kosice (SK), Pezinok (SK), Trencin (SK), Trnava (SK), Zilina (SK),