A lively approach to the Slovak language and culture. A CD-Rom with a complete course including interactive texts, exercises, images, videos, and voice recording; grammar, culture, and communication cards; and a double lexicon (Slovak-French, French-Slovak). The book contains literary and everyday texts, sayings, songs, games, and part of the CD-ROM content (Introduction to the country, dialogues from the videos, grammar summary, double lexicon). Level A1 + A2 (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) In the same collection : Découvrir et pratiquer le bulgare (Discover and practice Bulgarian) Découvrir et pratiquer le slovène (Discover and practice Slovenian) The ALPCU project (Apprendre les langues nationales des pays candidats à l'entrée dans l'Union européenne) formed, under the coordination of INALCO, a transnational partnership full of expertise and innovation. It concerns the languages of three countries, Bulgaria, Slovakia, and Slovenia, today members of the European Union. Configuration required : PC 1,5 GHz (or +), memory 256 Mo (512 Mo recommanded), 70 Mo available on Hard Disk, graphic card 1024 x 768, sound card 16 bits, microphone and speakers (or head-phones with mic) - Windows 2000 / XP - Internet Explorer 6 (or +) or Firefox 1.5 (or +)
Image search result for "elena baranova biography" Biography. Professor Baranova obtained her Masters in Chemical Engineering in 1999 and her Doctorate in Chemistry in 2003 from Ukrainian State University of Chemical Engineering. ... During her doctorate, she spent several months in the laboratory of Professor C.G. Vayenas at the University of Patras, Greece.
Born June 22, 1969 in Bratislava, Slovakia, Diana Jamborova Lemay lived and studied in Slovakia, as well as in the Czech Republic and has lived in France since 1991. With dual training in languages and automatic language processing, she teaches Slovak language, translation and linguistics at Inalco in Paris. Through her books (translations and manuals) she seeks to share her enthusiasm for the Slovak language and literature.
Patrice Pognan (born in Paris in 19461) is a French linguist specializing in automatic language processing (NLP). His research focuses on the linguistic system and the computability of West Slavic and Berber languages. After having been assistant professor, then professor at the University of Bordeaux III, he succeeded Yves Millet at the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations2, where he taught the Czech language until 2014. Ivan Šmilauer, one of his pupils, who has taken over the teaching of the Czech language and grammar. He was appointed Visiting Professor (hostující profesor) at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague on April 1, 2021 with the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics (ÚFAL) attached.