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In this article, we would like to present you some options to learn Slovak for free online: E-Learning websites, publications and handbooks. 

Firstly, we present you the website You can study there the Slovak language in 13 different languages: Czech, English, German, Esperanto, Spanish, French, Croatian, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Russian and Slovak.

The website consists of language courses of various levels (A1, A2, B1 and B2) with numerous exercises, tests and dictionaries to help you become familiar with the grammar, learn new vocabulary or communicate with other uses of this page in Slovak. Moreover, you can find here interesting information on Slovakia.[1] To start learning Slovak, you just need to register. is a project supported by the European Commission within the program KA2 – languages – program of lifelong learning. The project is coordinated by the civic association Edukácia@Internet (E@I).[2]



E-slovak is another free E-Learning course of Slovak language. The site offers tutored lessons that are available during the school year, as well as self-learning courses. The courses correspond with the handbook „Krížom-krážom – Slovak language A1“. The course consists of main phrases, vocabulary, grammar and topics about the daily life. To start learning Slovak, you just need to register.[3]

The condition for completing the course is a basic command of English (A2). After successfully completing the course and passing the final exam, you can get a certificate.[4]

The website e-slovak was made by Studia Academica Slovaca - The Centre for Slovak as a Foreign Language which is a specialized centre at the Faculty of Arts, Comenius University (FF UK) in Bratislava.

More information about the course


First Aid in Slovak

The handbook First Aid in Slovak is a result of a teamwork of students and their Slovak language tutors at foreign universities. It is a practical tool for communication in everyday life situations. The publication is gradually being published in 15 foreign languages.[5]

Authors: © Mgr. Júlia Vrábľová (editor), Mgr. Michaela Mošaťová, PhD., Mgr. Zuzana Hargašová, PhD., Mgr. Zuzana Šmatláková. Publisher: Comenius University in Bratislava and Studia Academica Slovaca 2016.

First Aid in Slovak was published within a project being part of the educational program of Slovak as a foreign language, with the support of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sports of the Slovak Republic.[6]

Download he publication.


Slovak for Asylum Holders and Asylum Seekers

Slovak for Asylum Holders and Asylum Seekers „is designed to make grammatical, lexical, syntactic and phonetic phenomena understandable to people from different countries, with a different language culture, different age and education. Slovak for Asylum Seekers and Holders does not attempt to encompass all Slovak grammar. The aim of language training for asylum seekers and asylum holders is to build and consolidate the basic communication competencies, with an emphasis on the practical use of language in everyday situations. Therefore, the Slovak for Asylum Seekers and Asylum Holders does not attempt to clarify all the grammatical phenomena of Slovak language, it focuses only on the most used phenomena.“[7]

Author: © Mgr. Miriam Uramová, 2007 
Cover and illustrations: © Mgr. Art. Marek Šafárik, 2007
Published by: Civic Association Človek v ohrození

This publication was published as part of the project „JOPA - the Language and Professional Training of Asylum Holders and Asylum Seekers“, funded by the European Social Fund within the EQUAL Community Initiative.[8]

Download the handbook in PDF


[1], Slovenčina online – ľahko a rýchlo, (2017), Available at 
[2] Ibid.
[3] R. Kamenárová et al., E-slovak, Information, (Comenius University, Studia Academica Slovaca – The Center for Slovak as a Foreign Language, 2017), Available at:
[4] Ibid.
[5] J. Vrábľová et al., First Aid in Slovak – Prvá pomoc po slovensky, (Comenius University. Studia Academica Slovaca – The Centre for Slovak as a Foreign Languages, 2016).
[6] bid.
[7] M. Uramová, Slovenčina pre azylantov a žiadateľov o azyl, (OZ Človek v ohrození, 2007), p. 4.
[8] Ibid.

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