Murska Sobota – Ahead of Slovenia’s unification of Prekmurje and Fatherland Day, an interactive audiobook celebrating the very distinctive dialect of Prekmurje, the country’s easternmost region, has been released.
The audiobook titled Prekmurščina, kinč predragi (The language of Prekmurje, dear treasure) is a widely accessible supplement dedicated to the culture, history and most important languages of the regions bordering Austria, Hungary and Croatia. conceived as an audio document.
That was when the written, spoken and sung versions of the text were accessible via QR codes and from now on when formal rules for regional languages began to form, project initiator General Mai A selection of text dating back to the Star Society. Murska Sobota told the press.
Monographs are used in hundreds of books and honor dialects that evolved into a separate standardized language in the 18th and 19th centuries before being incorporated into Standard Slovenian in the 20th century.
Scheduled to be completed by the end of the year, the project was announced ahead of the holiday of August 17, 1919, the day Prekmurje united with the rest of the world after more than 1,000 years of history.
https://sloveniatimes.com/interactive-audiobook-honouring-prekmurje-dialect-in-the-making/ An interactive audiobook celebrating the Precumulian dialect in production