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Some are written using the [[Latin alphabet]] used by [[English language|English]] and other Indo-European languages, but some use other alphabets such as the [[Cyrillic alphabet]].  
 
Some are written using the [[Latin alphabet]] used by [[English language|English]] and other Indo-European languages, but some use other alphabets such as the [[Cyrillic alphabet]].  
  
They tend to have complex [[grammar]]s compared to the [[English language]], which is why they usually five hundred hours of tuition are needed to master them.  
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They tend to have complex [[grammar]]s compared to the [[English language]], which is why usually five hundred hours of tuition are needed to master them.  
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 12:58, 25 February 2013

Slavic languages are a group of languages spoken by Slavic people. They include Russian, Polish, Czech, Serbo-Croatian, Ukrainian and similar languages. They are spoken in Slavic countries in Eastern Europe.

Some are written using the Latin alphabet used by English and other Indo-European languages, but some use other alphabets such as the Cyrillic alphabet.

They tend to have complex grammars compared to the English language, which is why usually five hundred hours of tuition are needed to master them.

See Also