Slovenian subtitling services
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A short history of the Slovenian language
Slovenian is a South Slavic language like Serbian. It is spoken by around 2.5 million people in Slovenia, Italy, Hungary, Austria and Croatia. People who speak the Kajkavian and the Cakavian dialects of Croatia can understand Slovenian and vice versa. It is the official language of Slovenia and one of the 24 official languages of the European Union.
The oldest script found in the Slovene language is a religious script dating back to around 972. This language was also used by the Austrian States, which eventually became Germanic. It was spoken by the lower classes in the Middle Ages, whilst German was spoken by the nobility. Although Slovene was used sometimes in the courts of Carinthia.
The first Slovenian poem was printed in Vienna in 1515 and standard Slovene emerged in the middle of the 16th century. Since Slovenia gained independence in 1991 the language has become an official one in Slovenia.
There are a good number of dialects in Slovenia and not all of them can be understood by each other, owing to the differences in grammar and pronunciation. There are around 9 or 10 main dialects, which are then sub-divided into around 50 other dialects.