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[[Czech phrasebook|Czech]] and [[Slovak phrasebook|Slovak]] are very closely related and are mutually intelligible. The [[Sorbian]] language(s) spoken in eastern Germany near the Polish frontier is also a close relative.  
 
[[Czech phrasebook|Czech]] and [[Slovak phrasebook|Slovak]] are very closely related and are mutually intelligible. The [[Sorbian]] language(s) spoken in eastern Germany near the Polish frontier is also a close relative.  
 
   
 
   
[[Polish phrasebook|Polish]] is the dominant language in all regions of Poland. Kashubian, a regional Slavonic language, is spoken in the region around Gdansk in Pomerania in northern Poland. [[Silesian]] is a regional language/dialect, (depending on who you ask) found in southwest Poland.
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[[Polish phrasebook|Polish]] is the dominant language in all regions of Poland and in a tiny border region of the Czech Republic. Kashubian, a regional Slavonic language, is spoken in the region around Gdansk in Pomerania in northern Poland. [[Silesian]] is a regional language/dialect, (depending on who you ask) found in southwest Poland.
  
 
[[Hungarian phrasebook|Hungarian]] is one of the most difficult languages for other Europeans to learn, as it originates from a different language family and is related to Finnish and Estonian. There are 5 million Hungarian speakers living outside Hungary in neighbouring countries such as southwest Ukraine, Romania (Transylvania), northern Serbia, eastern Austria and central and southern Slovakia.  
 
[[Hungarian phrasebook|Hungarian]] is one of the most difficult languages for other Europeans to learn, as it originates from a different language family and is related to Finnish and Estonian. There are 5 million Hungarian speakers living outside Hungary in neighbouring countries such as southwest Ukraine, Romania (Transylvania), northern Serbia, eastern Austria and central and southern Slovakia.  

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