My name is Dina, and I am a Russian language and literature graduate, currently studying General Linguistics at the University of Vienna. In addition to Russian (& English), speaking two Slavic languages more is what got me interested in the field in the first place.
Austria has been my home since 2016 when I moved here from Slovenia for studies. In my spare time, Ienjoy reading, drinking coffee, and spending time in nature.
What is Slavstvuyte?
SHORT EPISODES ON A VARIETY OF TOPICS CONCERNING ALL SLAVIC LANGUAGES
SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES ABOUT SLAVIC LANGUAGES, CULTURE AND HISTORY.
TEXTS, VIDEOS, AND PICTURES THAT ARE DISCUSSING LINGUISTICS IN GENERAL
One of the first things you will notice in Slovene slang is the amount of German words! English ones as well, but given its history, German was way more present throughout the lives of Slovenians than English. Those are the words that are not only to be heard from youngsters since they`ve been a part of the language for some time now.
ISSUE 2 - DECEMBER 2022
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