Talk:West Slavic languages

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The West Slavic languages is a subdivision of the Slavic language group (q.v.) that includes Czech, Polish, Slovak, and Sorbian.

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Zdviham ruku k nebi a prapory at vlaji ja narodil se davno to jeste vonel svet

A deda rikal hochu to ja kdyz bejval mladej a ja mu tenkrat neveril jak bych to vratil zpet.

Byli s tatou kazdej jinde to presne podle roku mladi chce si rozbit hlavu o kamen mudrcu.

A pak jim ctyrycet let lhali a dneska lzou jak nikdy ale jak baba kazdy rano rekla hochu hlavne ze jsme zdravi.


A pak jim ctyrycet let lhali a dneska lzou jak nikdy ale jak baba kazdy rano rekla hochu hlavne ze jsme zdravi.


Povidal basnik Sajfrt ze Majerovic holka byla tuze pekna zenska i Gottwald za ni lez

A Zapotockejch Tonda ten bejval vzdycky smutnej co dneska o tom vite zas nesmi smi se dnes.


Driv nepustili USA dnes rusa zase nechtej jen porad naky oni nam dirigujou svet.

A proc nam ctyrycet let lhali a dneska lzou jak nikdy ale jak baba kazdy rano rekla hochu hlavne ze jsme zdravi.

Celejch ctyrycet let lhali a dneska lzou jak nikdy ale jak baba kazdy rano rekla hochu hlavne ze jsme zdravi.

Ja nevim co si vybrat ale kdyz tak bloumam Prahou bal jsem se tech minulejch az sviral se mi dech

jenze dneska vyjdu pred barak a bojim se snad jeste vic je mesto moje nemecke a ruske ve svych zdech

A kdo krade v tyhle zemi ma se jak komunisti drive A vlady stojej opravdu prominte za prd.

A to nam ctyrycet let lhali a dneska lzou jak nikdy ale jak baba kazdy rano rekla hochu hlavne ze jsme zdravi.

Celejch ctyrycet let lhali a dneska dneska lzou jak nikdy ale jak baba kazdy rano rekla hochu hlavne ze jsme zdravi. -->

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Jorge Stolfi 18:55, 6 Apr 2004 (UTC)

I reinstated the stub. It needs a separate article. [[User:Halibutt|Halibutt]] 14:04, Aug 26, 2004 (UTC)

Pannoian Rusyn[edit]

My addition is a widely referenced trivia, e.g.: Tamaš Julian, Rusinska Književnost, Matica Srpska, Novi Sad, 1984, p.11-12 --Compay 11:55, 23 January 2006 (UTC)

Divisions in the Lechitic group[edit]

Whereas Kashubian and the entire Pomeranian group are obviously separate from the Polish dialectical family, separating Silesian from it and not the other languages/dialects spoken in the territory of early Poland (and,in some cases, for a long time afterwards) can be misleading as to the relation between various members of this group. I believe that Mazovian, Masurian and other dialects spoken in the territory of early Poland should get at least the same treatment as Silesian if dialectical variations of Polish are to be included here. Now, this is not a question of wheather Silesian and other dialects/languages are part of what is considered modern day Polish or not; it's a question of putting the language family tree as it should be, i.e. of illustrating accurately internal relationships between its members. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Colddance (talkcontribs) 22:03, 29 February 2008 (UTC)

Polish-German?[edit]

What does the Izbicko sign have to do with West Slavic languages? --206.207.225.18 (talk) 21:46, 28 September 2011 (UTC)