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Relations of the Slovak and Czech language in 20th century

In: Slavica Slovaca, vol. 40, no. 2
Ján Kačala

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Year, pages: 2005, 158 - 166
Keywords:
Slovak language, Czech language, standard language, culture of the language, development of the language, relations of Slovak and Czech language, linguistic handbooks.
About article:
Based on the critical analyses of monographic work written by Wroclav´s slavist Jaroslav Lipowsky named Convergence and divergence of Czech and Slovak languages in Czechoslovakia (Wroclav, 2005) the author writes about the relations of Slovak and Czech language in 20.century. The traditional slavistic question is treated on the background of the generally accepted knowledge that Slovak and Czech are two structurally and genetically different but close Slavonic languages. In exploration of the subject matter author pays special attention to methodological questions.
How to cite:
ISO 690:
Kačala, J. 2005. Relations of the Slovak and Czech language in 20th century. In Slavica Slovaca, vol. 40, no.2, pp. 158-166. 0037-6787 .

APA:
Kačala, J. (2005). Relations of the Slovak and Czech language in 20th century. Slavica Slovaca, 40(2), 158-166. 0037-6787 .