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Czech Dialects

Source:  Short, David. 1993. Czech. The Slavonic Languages, ed. by Bernard Comrie and Grenville G. Corbett, 455-532. London:, New York: Routledge.
Contact:  Routledge
Date Digitized:  14-Jun-2011

Map Description:
This map shows the four main dialect groups of Czech: Bohemian, Central Moravian (HanĂ¡), Moravian-Slovak and Silesian (Lachian). There is also a belt of Czech-Polish dialects at the border where these two countries meet, incorporating features of both languages. One example of such a dialect may be Cieszyn Silesian.

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