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Czech is the official language of the Czech Republic. It is spoken by the most part of the population (about 10 million people) and in all the world by about 12 million people scattered around various continents and in particular in the United States, Canada, Germany, Slovakia, Austria, Poland, Croatia and Serbia.
In the ranking of the most spoken languages in the world Czech lies at the sixty-second position.
The standard Czech, that is the official language, is rarely spoken. In every day life the population uses a spoken variant of the standard language quite common in all the country.
Then, this spoken variant is more or less influenced by various local dialects that, in their turn, are in some cases influenced by other languages spoken in the neighbouring countries.

The dialects can be subdivided in two large groups roughly corresponding to two geografical areas of the country. Besides, dialectal variants are to be found in every big city. All in all the dialects are quite comprehensible between them even though the younger generations have some difficulties in understanding them.
Until their separation occurred in 1993, Czech Republic and Slovakia were united and formed Czechoslovakia. The official language was Czechoslovak. For this reason some scholars consider the modern Czech and the modern Slovak as dialects of a single language, Czechoslovak.

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Translations in Czech