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Old 01-07-2013, 10:48 PM   #13
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Default Re: Zagreb Entry List (updated December 28, 2012)

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Originally Posted by Deathless Mortal View Post
Not completely. I've never really tried to talk to a Slovak in some kind of a mixed Cro-Svk language, but I have met Ivo Klec last summer in Umag, and when I talked to my friends in Croatian Ivo was asked (by ERV ) if he understood us, and he said he only understood small parts of it.
Yes, only few common words. Slovaks understand Czechs without problems (obvious reasons) and only little problems in comunication are with Polish people.

Croats, Serbians, Russians are more problematic, but one can get through it if he tries hard
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