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Slovakia

it is my first presentation, and I thought I did pretty good! :)
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Kaitlyn Witiak

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Transcript of Slovakia

Slovakia
By: Kaitlyn Witiak
Population
only 5,470,306 people in Slovakia
Here we go!
Language
Hungarian is the second most common
language
Their official language is Slovak
Ahoj means hi AND
good-bye!

Land & Climate
18,933 square miles
There is mountainous land
in the north
Food
At dinner Slovak's say

before meals

milk is considered a child drink
Holidays
Slovaks decorate a tree on Christmas like us
Cyriland Methodius day
is July fifth
Games & Sports
Slovaks LOVE skiing
they ski at Jasna Ski
Resort
there are many
types of Slovak religions
freedom to worship
is guaranteed
The population is currently growing
at about 0.13%
Language
Slovaks commonly use public
transportation
usually they don`t use their cars
due to high fuel prices
Religion
Games & Sports
Slovakia's most popular sport is ice hockey
They also play tennis,
soccer, go skiing, etc.
Education
Slovakian students take school VERY seriously
School begins at age 6
Transportation
Goverment
Slovakia's president is Ivan Gasparovic
The prime minister is Iveta Radicova
Fun Facts
The Slovak flag was inspired by the 19th century Russian flag
Instead of crossing their fingers, Slovaks hold their thumbs for good luck
Money & Jobs
Slovakia's currency is the Euro
They are becoming competitive in global marketing
Life As A Kid
Slovakian kids watch TV just like we do
They take public transportation to
school
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