Linguist says Slovenian "becoming stranger at home"
Ljubljana, 8 December - The Slovenian language is becoming a stranger in its own country, as English is invading Slovenia's linguistic landscape, linguist Marko Snoj of the Fran Ramovš Institute for the Slovenian Language told the STA on the occasion of Thursday's conference in the National Council on the use of Slovenian.
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