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About Slovenian language / O Slovenskem Jeziku

About Slovenian language / O Slovenskem Jeziku

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Title: On Slovene / O Slovenskem Jeziku
Author:editor,Žnidarko Mito, Evropski parlament/European Parliament,Ljubljana, september 2007/September 2007. 55pp.
ISBN 978-92-823-2350-2
"Slovene is a fully developed and
functionally diverse modern South Slav
language, located spatially where the Slavic,
Romance, Germanic and Finno-Ugric language
groups meet. It is the state language of the
Republic of Slovenia and one of the official
languages of the European Union. There are
written examples of Slovene dating back
over thousand years. Throughout history the
language has contributed – as it still does
today – to the preservation of the Slovene
people as a nation, playing a national unifying
role: it is seen as the nation’s first and
most fundamental identifying and cultural
characteristic. It is now spoken as a mother
tongue by about 2,200,000 people, mainly in
the Republic of Slovenia, but also a significantnumber (about 500,000) in border areas of neighbouring countries and around the world."...
Title: On Slovene / O Slovenskem Jeziku
Author:editor,Žnidarko Mito, Evropski parlament/European Parliament,Ljubljana, september 2007/September 2007. 55pp.
ISBN 978-92-823-2350-2
"Slovene is a fully developed and
functionally diverse modern South Slav
language, located spatially where the Slavic,
Romance, Germanic and Finno-Ugric language
groups meet. It is the state language of the
Republic of Slovenia and one of the official
languages of the European Union. There are
written examples of Slovene dating back
over thousand years. Throughout history the
language has contributed – as it still does
today – to the preservation of the Slovene
people as a nation, playing a national unifying
role: it is seen as the nation’s first and
most fundamental identifying and cultural
characteristic. It is now spoken as a mother
tongue by about 2,200,000 people, mainly in
the Republic of Slovenia, but also a significantnumber (about 500,000) in border areas of neighbouring countries and around the world."...

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Authors:
Monika Kalin Golob, Nataša Komac, Nataša Logar: O slovenskem jeziku/On Slovene
Nataša Goršek Mencin: Evropski parlament in večjezičnost/European Parliament and Multilinguism 
Izdajatelji/
Publishers:Evropski parlament, Inormacijske pisarna za Slovenijo/European Parliament Inormation Oce or SloveniaMinistrstvo za kulturo Republike Slovenije/Ministry o Culture o the Republic o SloveniaSlužba Vlade Republike Slovenije za evropske zadeve/Government Oce or European Aairs o the Republico Slovenia
Karikature/
Cartoons:Santiago Martín
Prevod v angleški jezik/
Translation into English:David Limon
Slikovni material/
Photography credits:Arhiv Narodne in univerzitetne knjižnice v Ljubljani/Archives o the National and University Library in LjubljanaMicrosot
®
 Geograski inštitut Antona Melika ZRC SAZU in Inštitut za slovenski jezik Frana Ramovša ZRC SAZU/AntonMelik Geographical Institut SRC SASA and Fran Ramovš Institut o the Slovene LanguageArhiv Republike Slovenije/Archives o the Republic o Slovenia
Urednik/
Editor:Mito Žnidarko
Oblikovanje in prelom/
Graphic Design:Mateja Jenič, NUIT
Tisk/
Printed by:Tiskarna ACO
Naklada/
Copies printed:2.000
1. natis/
First Edition© Evropski parlament/European ParliamentLjubljana, september 2007/September 2007
CIP - Kataložni zapis o publikacijiNarodna in univerzitetna knjižnica, Ljubljana811.163.6(082)O slovenskem jeziku = On Slovene / [avtorice Monika Kalin Golob... [et al.] ; karikature Santiago Martin ; prevod v angleški jezik David Limon ; slikovni material arhiv Narodne in univerzitetneknjižnice ... [et al.] ; urednik Mito Žnidarko]. - 1. natis = 1sted. - Ljubljana : Evropski parlament, Inormacijska pisarna zaSlovenijo : Ministrstvo za kulturo Republike Slovenije : SlužbaVlade Republike Slovenije za evropske zadeve, 2007ISBN 978-92-823-2350-2 (Evropski parlament)1. Vzp. stv. nasl. 2. Kalin Golob, Monika 3. Žnidarko, Mito234757632
“Welcome to Slovene.”

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