English and German are both widely spoken as second languages, especially by younger people. The standard of English is often good, though speakers sometimes need encouragement before they will open up. Don't be afraid to ask for an English-speaker: everyone understands the word 'English' (or if not, 'anglitskee yah-zeek' in phonetic Slovak) and there will almost always be one nearby.
Most Slovaks older than about 40 will have received several years of Russian-language tuition during their schooling, but few seem to remember much and you will rarely hear it spoken by locals.
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