Casinos supporting Slovak language
Slovak is a language that's native to Slovakia, Serbia as well as some regions of the Czech Republic and it has around 5.2 million native speakers. The Slovak language pertains to the Indo-European language family.
You can find Slovak speakers in Serbia, Ireland, Romania, Hungary, Croatia, United States, the Czech Republic, Argentina, Austria, Australia and the UK, among others. At the same time, this is also one of the official languages spoken in the European Union.
In regards to orthography, Slovak is a language that uses the Latin script as a whole, even though it does come with its own set of changes, such as the four diacritics that are sometimes encountered above a certain set of letters.
When it comes to its syntax, Slovak includes some interesting choices. The verb agrees in number and person with the subject, all numerals and adjectives are agreeing in case and gender as well as person with the noun, and another interesting thing is that the adjectives are preceding the noun.
On top of that, Slovak also has some unusual choices when it comes to its morphology. This language doesn't include any articles and instead these are replaced by the demonstrative pronoun “ten”. Slovak even has multiple dialects, which include the Abov, Spis, Kysuce, Nitra, Gemer and even the historical Zvolen county.