Slovenian (slovenski jezik, slovenščina) belongs to the western branch of southern Slavic languages. Approximately 2 million people speak Slovenian, the majority of whom live in Slovenia. One curious fact about Slovenian that ought to be mentioned is that it is one of two literary Slavic languages that has retained the dual grammatical number. German has had a strong influence on Slovenian, and for this reason modern spoken Slovenian has retained many germanisms. It is also interesting that Slovenian has more than 40 dialects, and is one of the most heterogeneous languages in the world.
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