Austrians want to speak Czech Added:17.4. 2004
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Austrians want to speak Czech

English Today, everyone can. With the EU expanding slowly but Europeans coming to the taste of the Slavic languages. Especially in Austria of Slavic Studies Institutes are experiencing an unexpected interest in his subjects.

English Today, everyone can. With the EU expanding slowly but Europeans coming to the taste of the Slavic languages. Especially in Austria of Slavic Studies Institutes are experiencing an unexpected interest in his subjects.

More recently, the economics of Vienna (WU, Wirtschaftsuni­versität) interested in the Czech language only fifteen students. This year they are enrolled in courses equal 143rd czech Even more popular with Russian forward – over the last seven years alone, the number of students increased fivefold and is now on WU rusistice devoted nearly 180 students. Interest is also a Slovak, Serbian and Croatian. Two years ago the University of Vienna opened translation majors Slovak and Bulgarian, which has added lessons in Czech and Polish.

There are, however, critics of the new trend in language education. In an online posting articles Austrian newspaper Die Presse can from time to time natrefit argument, which is useless to teach the „Eastern European“, because people from the former German Ostbloku just all talk, and certainly better than the Austrians Czech. Related postings and online war the theme is „the little cultural relic of the monarchy in the East“ can be found at: http://www.diepresse.com/Artikel.aspx?….

Source: www.DiePresse.at




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