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I've always found Slovak to be the most beautiful Slavic language. I think they use more vowels in Slovak, so it sounds much smoother to my western ears.
Here's a clip of two Slovak women speaking naturally during a news interview:
What do you think?
This is so close to Czech, which I speak, that I can't be an impartial judge. Slovak has some sounds in it that Czech doesn't, such as L', and doesn't have the hacek-R (ř), which tends to make it sound "softer" than Czech. I always found Czech girls talking to sound a little like baby talk.
By the way, that Slovak girl is a knockout!
Forget her language. Her face looks perfect and flawless. Wow.
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I just fell in love. Holy shiiiit, she is just perfect! She is so natural, so NOT fake compared to American selfish queens...
I heard great things about Slovakia from many of my friends. Lifestyle there seems to be very good, nature is beautiful and people very welcoming and inviting. It seems like a country that got the best of East and West. I would love to go visit.
I agree with Ladislav, I can understand most of it when written, but spoken is a bit hard. It sounds similar to Polish to me, which I also understand somewhat.
And Slovak has an "Ã¤" sound (like the "a" in "cat"), which Czech doesn't have.
That chick is some kind of celebrity in Slovakia, so it's not like she's just some girl off the street. I thought she'd be a pop singer, but I saw her doing magic in another video, so who the hell knows?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyQrZtyU ... re=related