Casinos supporting Slovenian language
Slovenian is a language that’s included in the group of South Slavic languages and it’s used by more than 2.5 million persons on a daily basis. Most of the people that speak Slovenian live in Slovenia, but there are also Slovenian speakers which live in Austria, Hungary as well as Italy.
Moreover, Slovenian is one of the 24 official languages in the European Union and it shares quite a lot of linguistic characteristics with other languages in the Eastern South Slavic Subgroup, specifically Bulgarian for example.
Slovenian does have a dialects, specifically two, Resian and Prekmurje, but there are many others as well, which use regionalism and other similar stuff in order to present information.
The language includes a phoneme set that consists out of 8 vowels as well as 21 consonants, and the current writing system dates from around the 1840s, when the Croatian Ljudevit Gaj created the current alphabet which is used in all written pieces and by the institutions as well.
Lastly, the language does have its own Slovene spelling standard in the form of the Slovene Normative Guide called SP2001.