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Papa is also commonly used upon parting in these regions.Both servus and papa are used in colloquial, informal conversation.This relatively free word order allows the use of word order to convey topic and emphasis. It is closely related to the other West Slavic languages, primarily to Czech and Polish.Some examples are as follows: Ten veľký muž tam dnes otvára obchod. (ten = that; veľký = big; muž = man; tam = there; dnes = today; otvára = opens; obchod = store) – The word order does not emphasize any specific detail, just general information. Variation in word order is generally possible, but word order is not completely free. There are three genders: masculine, feminine, and neuter. Czech also influenced the language in its later development.This is reflected in the many features Slovak shares with neighboring language varieties.Standard Slovak shares high degrees of mutual intelligibility with many Slavic varieties.
Štolc, 1968), but it is currently undergoing changes due to contact with surrounding languages (Serbo-Croatian, Romanian, and Hungarian) and long-time geographical separation from Slovakia (see the studies in Zborník Spolku vojvodinských slovakistov, e.g. For an external map of the three groups in Slovakia see here.Numerals 11–19 are formed by adding násť to the end of each numeral. Since the dissolution of Czechoslovakia it has been permitted to use Czech in TV broadcasting and—like any other language of the world—during court proceedings (Administration Procedure Act 99/1963 Zb.).The suffix dsať is used to create numerals 20, 30 and 40; for numerals 50, 60, 70, 80 and 90, desiat is used. From 1999 to August 2009, the Minority Language Act 184/1999 Z.z., in its section (§) 6, contained the variously interpreted unclear provision saying that "When applying this act, it holds that the use of the Czech language fulfills the requirement of fundamental intelligibility with the state language"; the state language is Slovak and the Minority Language Act basically refers to municipalities with more than 20% ethnic minority population (no such Czech municipalities are found in Slovakia).pekný = nice – singular versus pekní = nice – plural). päť domov = five houses or stodva žien = one hundred two women), while the plural form of the noun when counting the amounts of 2-4, etc., is usually the nominative form without counting (e.g.In addition, the following rules are present: Most foreign words receive Slovak spelling immediately or after some time. dva domy = two houses or dve ženy = two women) but gender rules do apply in many cases. Three persons and two numbers (singular and plural) are distinguished.