Infolicious The Indo-European Family of Languages diagram. Czech is grouped with Slovak, Polish, and Serbian under “West Slavic.” After Czech I looked for Hungarian, because I’d heard a story a long time ago about Hungarian’s obscure origins. According to h2g2, Hungarian is a Finno-Ugric language, “language family unrelated to Indo-European,” which also includes Finnish and Estonian. So that’s why it’s not in the diagram. Non-Czech trivia for the day.
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