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Language- Slovakian. Hello- . Ahoj. Goodbye- . Zboham. Good . morning- . Dobré. . ráno. Good . afternoon- . Dobrý. . deň. Thank . you- . Ďakujem. Please- . Prosím. Yes- . Áno. No- . Nie. Food. ID: 484382 Download Presentation

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Slovakia

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Language- Slovakian

Hello-

Ahoj

Goodbye-

Zboham

Good

morning-

Dobré

ráno

Good

afternoon-

Dobrý

deň

Thank

you-

Ďakujem

Please-

Prosím

Yes-

Áno

No-

Nie

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Food

Fried Fish       Fried Fish is part of the Christmas Dinner in most of Slovak families. It is easy to prepare and very tasty. It is served with potato salad

                              

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Slovakian traditions

This is Slovakian traditional

outfit

that women would wear for special occasions

This is Slovakian traditional outfit that men would wear for special occasions.

On November 2nd people visit graveyards to remember the dearly departed. They lay wreaths on the graves and burn candles for the souls of the deceased. This day is marked on the calendar as **All Saints' Day** (also All Souls' Day)

December 6th (**the feast of St. Nicholas**) is impatiently awaited, especially by children. On this day St. Nicolas visits households accompanied by the devil, gives sweets or toys to children who were good. The sweets are put in boots that children prepare before they go to bed. St. Nicholas gives naughty children onions or coal instead.

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Slovakian traditions

December 13th is **St. Lucy's Day**, who was a witch according to folk superstitions. People believed that they could see witches on this day. St. Lucy's Day is particularly associated with prophecies about love. Girls would write a different male name on each of twelve slips of paper, with the thirteenth slip being left blank and folded. They burned one each day. On the Christmas Eve morning they burned the second to last slip, and in the evening opened the last one. The name on this slip of paper was believed to be the name of the man whom the girl would marry. If the piece of paper was blank, it was assumed that the girl would not marry in the next year.

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