Expert Says Slovenian Language Not Dying Out
Ljubljana, 21 February - Speaking to STA on the occasion of International Mother Language Day (21 February), Marko Stabej from the Ljubljana Faculty of Arts said that Slovenian was far from being an endangered language and that in case it dies out within a few generations, it will do so along with most other Europe's languages.
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