Category: Bulgarian Languange

Bulgarian Language

bulgarian alphabetThe Bulgarian language is the earliest written Slavic language. It dates back to the creation of the old Bulgarian alphabet – Glagolitsa in 862 by the brothers Cyril and Methodius which was gradually replaced by the Cyrillic alphabet /Kirilitsa/ over the following centuries.

The most typical characteristics of the Bulgarian language are elimination of noun declension, suffixed definite article, lack of a verb infinitive and complicated verb system – there are various verb forms to express non-witnessed, retold, and doubtful action. Read more

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