Oric wrote:Any native speakers (or good speakers) of Slovak, I will love you forever if you post lessons...
oozy wrote:I have never studied slovak language. It seems, that verb really should be on the second place (wow I'm learnig new things about my native language . But as you figured, also the order of the remaining words is important (if I understand you correctly).
But these things are real nuancies of the language. Every slovak should understand you. More important is right declination of words.
Mara wrote:All sentences mean the same thing.
Fenek wrote:Mara wrote:All sentences mean the same thing.
Basically, yes, but only one word order (SVO) is neutral, the other word orders imply a semantic stress on one of the elements and sound natural in some situations, while in other situations they don't.
Mara wrote:That's right, but what I wanted to show was the fact that it's not too important where a word is placed within a sentence, as long as the word is being used in its correct form. Of course, this is a (over)simplification since the word order is not completely free in more structured sentences, yet the point is it's definitely freer than in, say, English.
[s]Odtiaľ ja[/s] dúfam, že tu môžem rob[s]ím[/s]ť [s]tu[/s] cvičenie [s]viac žartom[/s] s väčšou zábavou..
So I hope that here I can make exercises with more fun.
gigant26 wrote:The second one means "a man knows the [s]whole world[/s] better than his neighbour."
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