Andrei L

Age range: Teen-30

Slovenian Toy Brand Audi...

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Anina

Age range: Kids-35

Mox

Age range: Child-40

Slovenian Airline Announ...

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Slovenian & English Comp...

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English with Slovenian a...

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Tina P

Age range: 20-50

Slovene Aroma Advert

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Slovene Cheese Advert

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Slovene Ice Cream Advert

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Yana

Age range: 25-40

Slovenian & English Comp...

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Zana

Age range: Child-35

Slovenian Character Voic...

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Slovenian Character Voic...

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Slovenian Character Voic...

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Mara

Age range: Teen-30

Italian Commercial I

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Italian Commercial II

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Italian TV Promo

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Slovene is a South Slavic language (and a subgroup of Indo-European languages) spoken by about 2.5 million people mainly in Slovenia, with a current population of just over 2 million, and also in Italy, particularly in Friuli Venezia Giulia; in Austria especially in Carinthia and Styria; in Vas in Hungary, and also in Croatia. The language has a highly developed inflectional system and is closely related to Croatian and Serbian, particularly to the Kajkavian and Čakavian dialects, and is in fact more or less mutually intelligible with Kajkavian and Croatian dialects.

Slovene contains a significant number of clearly defined dialects, established by dialectologists, divided into the following regional groups: Carinthian, Upper Carniolan, Lower Carniolan, Littoral, Rovte, Styrian and Pannonian. The earliest known records of written Slovenian exist in the ‘Freising Manuscripts’ – known as ‘Brižinski spomeniki’ in Slovenian – which date from circa 1000 AD. They were discovered in Freising in the German province of Bavaria. Comprised of three texts written in the Old Slovenian language dialect, these religious documents are some of oldest surviving manuscripts of the Slavic language family. Although the exact date of their creation cannot be determined, it is believed that the ‘Freising Manuscripts’ were created between 972 and 1093. These dates are based on the fact that the writing is in a form known as Carolingian minuscule, which was used in the centuries after the rule of Charlemagne.