Why learn Slovene?
A small, but very green and beautiful country that serves really good potica, Kranjska klobasa, kremšnita and that borders with Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Italy speaks an interesting Slavic language: Slovene! There is a saying that Slovene is a very romantic language since it has “dual”, that is a grammatical number between the singular and plural! Yes, you read it right: when there are just the two of you, you use a special form to refer to the two of you! In the word Slovenia, there is LOVE hiding! sLOVEnia! The knowledge of this beautiful Slavic language, which is spoken by approximately 2 million people, will definitely make your stay more pleasant in between the beautiful Alps and the Mediterranean coast! Join us on this incredible language and cultural journey on our 30-hour language course!
The basic aim of Zavod ŠOLT’s language programs is to prepare you to fully understand the written and spoken Slovene language in basic dialogues. You will be able to communicate your way through everyday situations and with time, you will be able to communicate also in more demanding (higher-levels) dialogues and conversations.
You will be learning in small groups therefore, you can expect all of the teacher’s attention. The small number of students attending the class also enables the group to function in a dynamic and interesting ways.
THE DURATION OF THE LANGUAGE COURSES:
The language courses all consist of 30 pedagogical hours (45 minutes). You will attend the course twice or once a week for a period of two months or two months and a half.
After each course the participants evaluate their work as well as their teacher’s. The students take the end-of-course test. If you successfully complete the course, you will receive an official certificate.
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*The price of the course DOES NOT include material used in the course. You need to provide it by yourself.
* Situation regarding COVID-19: The method of conducting the courses will be adapted to the epidemiological situation regarding COVID-19 and consequently the instructions of the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports and the National Institute of Public Health on possible restrictions.