All Slavic languages: классный журнал

Discussion in 'Other Slavic Languages' started by Encolpius, Feb 1, 2013.

  1. Encolpius

    Encolpius Senior Member

    Prague
    Hungarian
    Hello, since it does not exist in Western countries, (except Germany?) I dare to write a Russian title (may I?).
    Do you have this sort of book in your schools and what do you call it?

    Czech: třídní kniha
    Slovak: triedna kniha
    Russian: классный журнал

    Thanks.
     
  2. VelikiMag Senior Member

    Serbian - Montenegro
    In BCS it is called: (školski) dnevnik / (школски) дневник

    I see that in Russia there is школьный дневник, but we don't have it. What we have is called: đačka knjižica / ђачка књижица - pupil's booklet.

    I hear that nowadays more and more schools are having electronic registers, so that parents can see all the activity and possible absences without having to go to school. It's really great that I don't go to school anymore...
     
  3. bibax Senior Member

    Czech
    In Czech we use also třídnice beside the long term třídní kniha.

    đačka knjižica is žákovská knížka;
     
  4. Encolpius

    Encolpius Senior Member

    Prague
    Hungarian
    Well, well, đačka knjižica is a different kettle of fish, but feel free to translate it, too, will be more fun. :)
     
  5. marco_2 Senior Member

    Poland
    Polish
    In Polish we call it just dziennik, but the full name is dziennik klasowy or dziennik szkolny.
     
  6. DarkChild Senior Member

    Bulgarian
    In Bulgarian it's called дневник/dnevnik
     
  7. swintok Senior Member

    English - Canada
    In Ukrainian they still use класний журнал.
     

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