Cities & Traffic in Slovak

Cities & Traffic in Slovak 2017-07-21T10:19:33+00:00

This vocabulary lesson will teach you the Slovak words for buildings, monuments, streets and vehicles, as well as talking about different modes of public transportation.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Slovak“.

Cities & Traffic in Slovak

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Shops, Buildings and Institutions

EnglishSlovakPronunciation
(Audio)
shop
predajňa
department store
obchodný dom
kiosk
kiosk
bakery
pekáreň
confectionery
cukrovinky
butcher’s
mäsiari
market
trhové
library
knižnica
church
cirkevné
cinema
kino
theater
divadlo
hotel
hotel
bank
banka
school
škola
university
univerzita
kindergarten
materská škola
chemist’s / drugstore
drogéria
hospital
nemocnica

Cities and Places

EnglishSlovakPronunciation
(Audio)
town / city
mesto
house
dom
building
budova
street / road
ulice
cesty

avenue
ulica
bridge
most
center/city center
centrum mesta
crossing
križovatka
square
námestie
park
park
landmark / sight
orientačný bod
monument
pamätník

Traffic, Vehicles and Transportation

EnglishSlovakPronunciation
(Audio)
vehicle
vozidlo
car
auto
train
vlak
bus
autobus
tram
električka
metro
metro
bicycle
bicykel
motorbike
motorka
taxi
taxi
airplane
lietadlo
ship
loď
(train) station
vlaková stanica
main station
hlavná stanica
stop
zastávka
station / stop
stanica
parking area
parkovisko
petrol station
čerpacia stanica
(to) go by car
ísť autom
(to) go by motorbike
ísť motorkou
(to) go by bike
ísť na bicykli
(to) go by bus
ísť autobusom
(to) go by metro
ísť metrom

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