Czechoslovak language

political sociolinguistic concept used in Czechoslovakia in 1920–1938 for the definition of the state language of the country

The Czechoslovak language (Czech: jazyk československý, Slovak: Československý jazyk) was sociolinguistic study used in Czechoslovakia in 1920–1938.[1] Czechoslovakia is a country of two nations and ethnic groups, Czechs and Slovaks.

Native toCzechoslovakia
Official status
Official language in
 First Czechoslovak Republic
Language codes
ISO 639-3
Czechoslovak Republic as of 1938.

References change

  1. "Čeština – základní fakta o jazyce".