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Slavic languages

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Slavic languages

Postby icelander93 » Fri Jun 17, 2011 9:49 am

Language: just like the Slavic culture the Slavic language can be divided into a Western, Eastern, and Southern group, to give you an impression of those languages I shall now give three examples of Slavic languages, the first one is Polish, a western Slavic language, the second one is Russian, an eastern Slavic language, and the third one is Serbian, a southern Slavic language:

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