Slovene

Symbols of Slovenian Identity

Slovenia has many national, cultural and ethnic symbols, which give the country a uniqueness and make it more recognisable. I…

Slovenian Legends: The Legend of The Little Dragon Jami in Postojna Cave

Legend has it that years yonder, fire-breathing dragons used to dwell in the infamous Postojna Cave. The dragons plagued the…

First Names in Slovenia

Personal male and female names in Slovenia are quite easy to distinguish. A simple rule says that female names usually…

Little Charming Towns in Slovenia

Beside well known touristic places like Bled, Ljubljana, Bohinj and Postojna cave, Slovenia also offers a number of smaller and more…

Similarities between Slovenian and other Slavic languages

There are several similarities and differences between Slovenian and other Slavic languages. Slavic languages are part of  the Indo-European languages.…

Slovenian Festivals and Events all Year Round

There are several Slovenian festivals and events which take place every year. Cultural, musical and sport events are top a…

Learn Slovenian Online — It’s easier than you think

Our program, Learn Slovenian Online, is explained in this 40 second video. Learn Slovenian Online — Overcoming Challenges Learn Slovenian…

Foreign words influencing the Slovenian language

Denizens are words that came from other languages and are now completely adapted to the Slovenian language. They are pronounced,…

Slovenian Slang: “Kako kul ste?” (How cool are you?)

Slovenian slang expressions are shared between people of about the same age. The most widespread use is among young people,…

Slovenian Dialects

The Slovenian language is a South Slavic language with around 2.5 million speakers worldwide, most of whom live in Slovenia.…