(via) (via) (via) (via) (via) (via)Bryndzové halušky are potato dumplings stuffed with bryndza sheep cheese and bacon. Elizabeth, commonly known as the Blue Church, is an iconic example of Art Nouveau.
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Some mutual intelligibility occurs with spoken Rusyn, Ukrainian, and even Russian (in this order), although their orthographies are based on the Cyrillic script.
Servus is commonly used as a greeting or upon parting in Slovak-speaking regions and some German-speaking regions, particularly Austria.
Finally, the rarely applied grammatical principle is present when, for example, the basic singular form and plural form of masculine adjectives are written differently with no difference in pronunciation (e.g. dva domy = two houses or dve ženy = two women) but gender rules do apply in many cases. Three persons and two numbers (singular and plural) are distinguished.
Compound numerals (21, 1054) are combinations of these words formed in the same order as their mathematical symbol is written (e.g. The numerals are as follows: Some higher numbers: (200) dvesto,... Since 1 September 2009 (due to an amendment to the State Language Act 270/1995 Z.z.) a language "fundamentally intelligible with the state language" (i.e.
the Czech language) may be used in contact with state offices and bodies by its native speakers, and documents written in it and issued by bodies in the Czech Republic are officially accepted.
Regardless of its official status, Czech is used commonly both in Slovak mass media and in daily communication by Czech natives as an equal language.
Czech and Slovak have a long history of interaction and mutual influence well before the creation of Czechoslovakia in 1918, a state which existed until 1993.
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This is reflected in the many features Slovak shares with neighboring language varieties.