Czech (CS)

Language family: SLAVIC

Alphabet: ROMAN


Czech is a western Slavic language, along with Polish, Serbian and Slovakian, and has very close links to the latter in particular.

It is spoken by the majority of the population of the Czech Republic (10 million people) and by around 12 million people worldwide, in Slovakia, Croatia, Austria, Poland and Germany.

Czech uses the Roman alphabet, modified to represent specifically Czech phonemes.

Of the Slavic languages, Czech is considered to be one of the hardest to learn.

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