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Languages of Slovakia (with map)

Slovakia is not as linguistically homogeneous as its old partner Czechia; much further in Eastern Europe, Slovakia is technically home to the largest number of a rare Slavic language, concentrated on its eastern border.
Minority languages which are sometimes considered dialects have multiple possible answers
minority languages are highlighted
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Last updated: March 8, 2021
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Slavic
Burgenland Croatian
Rusyn
Slovak
Uralic
Hungarian
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Level 26
Mar 20, 2022
east slovakian and west slovakian should be included
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Level 47
Aug 31, 2022
Those are definitely not different enough to be called separate languages. Their main difference is in accents and pronunciation. Also, it's Slovak, not Slovakian.