Ahoj/čau = hello
Ako sa máš (formal)= How are you?
Ako sa máte (informal)= How are you?
Ďakujem, dobre! = Thanks, good.
Prosím = Please/You are welcome.
Prepáčte/prepáč/pardôn = sorry
Áno = yes
Nie = no
Nech sa páči = After you/voila.
Dobré ráno is Good morning but should be used only till 9:00 and then Dobrý deň. (this ráno thing is nutral).
Dobré Večer = This is something you could say till 19:00 and some how Večera means dinner. (This Večer thing is masculin)
Dobrú noc = Good night. (night is feminine).
Moje meno je Arun/Ja som Arun/volám sa Arun
Teši ma = encantado!
Ja som z India.
Týždeň is week and weekend is víkend.
Pondelok, Ulolok, Stred (it also means middle), Štvrtok, Piatok (Piatok sviatok), Sobota, nedeľa.
“Pomoc” is help and the way to ask for help would be “Pomoc, Prosim“. The same to do in a polite way would be “Môžete mi prosím promôct?”
Pozor means be careful but Zákaz is something like verboten.
Jedlo is food and Nápoj (pl. Napoje) is drink. Donno what Pitic means.
Raňajky is breakfast, Obed is lunch and as already said, Večera is dinner.
Kava is coffee, Čaj is tea. Džús is Juice, Milieko is milk. Pivo is beer and Voda is water and as expected víno is wine. Pohar is glass and Fláša is bottle (flask).
Promím si pohar vody is A glass of water please.
And then you get the numbers from 11 t0 19 by adding –nást. E.g. Jedenást, Dvanást…. Devätnást.
Need to know about 21, 22 from Warbit (Warbit means a very good friend in Slovak)
Sto is 100 and Tisíc is 1000. Oh… Číslo (pl. Čisler) is number.