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CONJUNCTIONS SPOJKY.

High frequency conjunctions in Slovak with English equivalents and examples. The list can be used for reference or self-learning.

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Verb "to have" or "mať".

This teaching material sample is about: the basic pronouns in nominative, the A-Conjugation in present form and the rhythmic law in Slovak.

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TEACHING MATERIAL AND USEFUL INFORMATION.

Recommended textbooks, CD Rom and CDs, on line tools, useful reference material and websites.Bespoke and authentic teaching material is used in the course, sometimes it is an additional material to one of the recommended texts books.

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DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH (Statements and Questions).

What is Direct and Indirect Speech? This grammatical chapter compare differences between English and Slovak. It explains the structures that are likely to cause problems for students of Slovak and other Slavonic languages, when someone does not quote someone else`s words, but he repeats and reports them. This text can be usefull for the Levels A2,B1. Any dialogue can be retold into Indirect speech.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION about the Slovak language as a member of the Slavonic language family. Other official languages spoken in the Slovak territory during historical times. The text is in English. It will provide a basic introduction to the history and will place the Slovak language in context.

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