2 edition of English element in contemporary standard Slovene found in the catalog.
English element in contemporary standard Slovene
Includes bibliographical references (p. 132-134).
|Series||Razprave Filozofske fakultete|
|LC Classifications||PG1883 .S45 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
Slovene literature is the literature written in the Slovene spans across all literary genres with historically the Slovene historical fiction as the most widespread Slovene fiction genre. The Romantic 19th-century epic poetry written by the leading name of the Slovene literary canon, France Prešeren, inspired virtually all subsequent Slovene literature. Entries include the most commonly encountered words in Slovene, as well as numerous additional words which display irregularities in their inflection. The work is based on the contemporary Slovene language, with the five-volume dictionary published by the Slovene Academy of Arts and Sciences being the final arbiter in matters of stylistic level.
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Slovene literature, literature of the Slovenes, a South Slavic people of the eastern Alps and Adriatic littoral.. Only three brief religious texts with Slovene linguistic features, the Brižinski spomeniki (traditionally c. ad ; Freising manuscripts) and folk poetry attest to early literary creativity among the westernmost South Slavs. Sustained literary activity began in the mid . Slovene, like almost every Slavic language, is a very tricky language to learn for speakers of Germanic languages (like English and German). It is highly inflected, that is, nouns, numbers, and adjectives decline according to gender Eastern group: Bulgarian | Macedonian | .
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mar points of contemporary standard Slovene, with some notes on salient differences between written and spoken usage, and, as such, it can hardly substitute for much more comprehensive works such as Herrityin-tended for readers of English, or File Size: 1MB.
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