Re: Learning slovak language
- This course of study was available on cassette at my local library.
An excellent way to sample material before making a purchase.
> Try "Colloquial Slovak, The Complete Course for Beginners" by
> Naughton, published by Routledge (London and New York); it's a setof a textbook with
> two cassette tapes.
> B. J. Licko-Keel (BJLK@a...)
- The Czech & Slovak Heritage Assc. in Baltimore has classes
Students come as far as northern New Jersey and Virginia.
PS: Maybe some other C&S organizations should step up to the
plate. Chicago and New York must have more people who could
teach these languages than in the Baltimore area. And there is
a museum in Iowa. My two heller.
--- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, "Dan Kisha"
> A slovak customer, with limited eye sight, asked me if therewere
> tapes or CD's available for her to learn Slovak. Thought Iwould
> ask the group if they knew if a product was available to helpher.
> Thanks in advance.
> Dan Kisha daniel.kisha@p...
> Slovak Import Company
> New WWW Address: http://www.slovakic.com
> Ebay WWW Address:
> Phone number in the US: 410 273 1149
how i wish that someone would teach Slovak language in New York and Jersey
area. I considered the Maryland one last year, but the travel would be too
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