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I have no contacts for these languages, and will have no content for them until I do. If you speak any of these languages and would like to help me out, send me an e-mail and we can talk. In the meantime, check out the In Your Pocket booklets (in almost magazines form) that are published for the following locations. They have a small language section for each country:

I have used In Your Pocket guides in three cities and found the quality and thouroughness good and consistent. They review seemingly everything. The reviews tend to be witty but brief, and sometimes witty at the expense of useful information. They still offer more info for less money than any other option that I have seen, and are published every two months, so should also be more up-to-date than more expensive big books. Buy one for each place you visit, and then hand it off to a tourist coming in off the train. That way you don't have to throw it away, and you don't have to lug around a four inch thick guide to eastern europe.

Their website has a lot of the same information as well as a language section. Some of these links may not work, in that case, just go to the main page, and link from there.