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  • #344714

    Anonymous

    Hello, some month ago i went to Praha (great ppl), i have some questions :

    1) is usage of "H" instead of "G" (praga->praha, gore->hore, gotovo -> hotovo, mnogo->mnoho, etc…) causing any difficulties ?
    I mean how would you say "gladan : hungry" vs "hladan : shady/cold" ?

    2) Do Slovaks use the same pattern G->H?

    3) Are Slovaks a little bit darker in hair/facial colors ?

    Djekuj mnoho!

    #402924

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Hello, some month ago i went to Praha (great ppl), i have some questions :

    1) is usage of "H" instead of "G" (praga->praha, gore->hore, gotovo -> hotovo, mnogo->mnoho, etc…) causing any difficulties ?
    I mean how would you say "gladan : hungry" vs "hladan : shady/cold" ?

    2) Do Slovaks use the same pattern G->H?

    3) Are Slovaks a little bit darker in hair/facial colors ?

    Djekuj mnoho!

    no, it is not causing any problem, because

    gladan (hungry) is in czech….hladový…..hladový muž snědl ohromnou porci jídla. (hungry man ate a big portion of food)

    hladan (cold) is in czech………chladný….včera byl chladný den (yesterday was a cold day)

    how to pronounce czech H ( like very soft G) and CH (like very soft KH), you can listen to in this link………….http://www.omniglot.com/writing/czech.htm

    #402925

    Anonymous

    actually pronunciation of czech CH is almost same like yours H.

    2) Do Slovaks use the same pattern G->H?……………..as I know, they are following the same pattern, together with Ukrainan and Upper Sorbian.

    3) Are Slovaks a little bit darker in hair/facial colors ?………..No, they are not.

    #402926

    Anonymous

    thnx

    #402927

    Anonymous

    Since it's open, I'll ask something too.
    What does the frajarko mean? In Slovenia you have a dialectual word "frajer/frajerka", which means an awsome man/women. Does it mean the same?

    Thank you

    #402928

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Hello, some month ago i went to Praha (great ppl), i have some questions :

    1) is usage of "H" instead of "G" (praga->praha, gore->hore, gotovo -> hotovo, mnogo->mnoho, etc…) causing any difficulties ?
    I mean how would you say "gladan : hungry" vs "hladan : shady/cold" ?

    2) Do Slovaks use the same pattern G->H?

    3) Are Slovaks a little bit darker in hair/facial colors ?

    Djekuj mnoho!

    As for Slovak language :

    1.) No, it doesn't. There's a hearable difference between h, ch and g. Hladný (hungry) and chladný (cold) is not the same.

    2.) Yes, maybe with some exceptions.

    3.) No, we are actually more green.

    #402929

    Anonymous
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    3.) No, we are actually more green.

    any pics?

    #402930

    Anonymous

    Eh.. Weird questions.

    #402931

    Anonymous
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    any pics?

    [img width=700 height=320]http://www.pastel.sk/muffo/images/zena_zelena.jpg” />

    #402932

    Anonymous
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    i meant yours ….

    HA HA just kidding

    #402933

    Anonymous
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    i meant yours ….

    HA HA just kidding

    Just look at my avatar  :P

    #402934

    Anonymous

    at third question.. there is surely big difference between us and czechs! we have much more beautiful women!!  :P ;D

    #402935

    Anonymous
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    at third question.. there is surely big difference between us and czechs! we have much more beautiful women!!  :P ;D

    I agree.

    #402936

    Anonymous
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    Since it's open, I'll ask something too.
    What does the frajarko mean? In Slovenia you have a dialectual word "frajer/frajerka", which means an awsome man/women. Does it mean the same?

    Thank you

    "frajer" means boyfriend and "frajerka" means girlfriend in Slovak. There are variations in dialects like frajar, frajarka. Frajarko is declesion of frajarka. "Fraj" means date (as in meeting girlfriend or boyfriend) (it is not used much however any more, it is kind of old fashioned). So going to date/meeting with your girlfriend is "ísť na fraj".

    #402937

    Anonymous

    hah, in Russian 'frajer' is a criminal slang term, it is a person who does not have anything to do with thug world, an alien in the criminal environment, so you better not say you are ''dating a frajer'' when is Russia, as everyone will decide you are old-school tough criminal authority :D

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