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Definition funny of Slovak:
The greatest, sexiest, nicest people on the entire planet. Despite people's constant confusing us with being a certain Greek food, we are proud of who we are, but not to the point of going around stirring shit with our fellow neighbours. Anybody with the slightest knowledge of Central (NOT EASTERN!) Europe will understand that the correct denonym for someone from the Slovak Republic (not Slovakia) is a Slovak, not 'Slovakian.' Also, we are not Slovenes. They have their own country. And we aren't Czechs. They too have their own country. The Slovak language is widely regarded as the most 'beautiful' of all Slavic languages, this is a result of its central position amongst them. This also means it's the Slavic language most Slavs can understand (ie the most mutually intelligable of all Slavic languages between Slavic languages) Slovaks have a rich and diverse culture even though we suck at Eurovision :) The amitable Slovak people are world renowned for their hospitality and general awesomeness. Slovensko žije!
1: Omg, you're so awesome, are you by any chance Slovak? 2: Ano, Ako sa mate?
to SLOwly fall into the VACuum of space.
Nobody even realizes our country exists anymore..
Songs about Slovak:
Czech And Slovak Medley by Radim Zenkl from the Album Czech It Out
Variations on the Slovak Folk Song "In Pressburg by the Danube": Variation I. Allegro vivace by Peter Pazický from the Album Jan Levoslav Bella: Complete Piano Works
Phantom of the Opera (Instrumental Medley: Andrew Lloyd Webber) [feat. Kirk Trevor & the Slovak National Symphony... by Drew Tretick from the Album A Summer Serenade
Cut (Slovak Dubstep Remix) by Plumb from the Album Need You Now (Remix EP)
A Face Amongst the Flames (feat. Carson Slovak) [Explicit] by The Last Ten Seconds of Life from the Album Know Your Exits [Explicit]
a ja taka dzivocka (Slovak trad.) by Annabelle Chvostek from the Album Burned My Ass
Flight of the Bumblebee (Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov) [feat. Kirk Trevor & the Slovak National Symphony Orchestra]... by Drew Tretick from the Album A Summer Serenade
Books about Slovak:
Slovak-English, English-Slovak Dictionary & Phrasebook by Sylvia Lorinc and John M. Lorinc (Mar 1, 1999)
Slovak Recipes by Toni Brendel, Sidonka Wadina, Melinda Bradnan and Miriam Canter (Jul 2, 2009)
Slovak (Slavish) self-taught by Stanislaus Moravek (Jul 21, 2014)
Slovak Wine by Slovak Union of Grape and Wine Producers (Jul 10, 2012)
Slovak for You (Slovecina Pre Vas) by et al Ada Bohmerova (Jun 1, 1996)
Slovak Genealogy by Lisa A. Alzo (Nov 5, 2013)
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Czech and Slovak Republics by DK Publishing (Apr 15, 2013)
Movies about Slovak:
The Secret DVD in Slovak - All Regions 2008 - Runtime: 1 hr 31 mins Starring: Rhonda Byrne, Bob Proctor, et al. Directed by: Drew Heriot, Sean Byrne, et al.
Slovak for Kids Deluxe set, Slovak Language Learning Dvds, Books, Posters and Flashcards for Children - Runtime: 3 hrs 35 mins Directed by: Dino Lingo
Antonin Dvorak - The Magic Of Czech Paradise -
Slovak for Kids - Learning Slovak for Children Standard DVD Set , Slovak flashcards - Runtime: 3 hrs 35 mins Directed by: Dino Lingo
Midsummer Dream | Original Spanish 5.1 Audio | Optional Hungarian, Czech and Slovak 5.1 Audio | NO ENGLISH OPTIONS... G - Runtime: 1 hr 20 mins
The Secret DVD in Slovak 2008 - Runtime: 1 hr 31 mins Starring: Rhonda Byrne, Bob Proctor, et al. Directed by: Drew Heriot, Sean Byrne, et al.
The Magic Cube | Animation Spain 2006 | NON-USA FORMAT, Region 2/Pal DVD | Hungarian Release | Audio: English... - Runtime: 1 hr 13 mins Directed by: Ángel Izquierdo
Wiki information Slovak:
Slovakia or is a sovereign state in Central Europe. It has a population of over five million and an area of about 49,000 square kilometres. Slovakia is bordered by the Czech Republic and Austria to the west, Poland to the north, Ukraine to the east...
Slovak is an Indo-European language that belongs to the West Slavic languages. Slovak is the official language of Slovakia where it is spoken by approximately 4.6 million people. Slovak speakers are also found in the United States, the Czech...