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  Bulgarian language search marketing
Bulgarian is a slavic language which uses the Cyrillic alphabet best known for the Russian language.
In fact, the alphabet was first developed for the Bulgarian language - a former literary language of central Europe.
Bulgarian is a particularly complex language for search marketers in that it has many of the issues which have given Google some difficulties in Russia - and then some....
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  Bulgarian language, alphabet and pronunciation
Bulgarian is a Southern Slavic language with about 12 million speakers mainly in Bulgaria, but also in Ukraine, Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey, Greece, Romania, Canada, USA, Australia, Germany and Spain.
Bulgarian is mutually intelligible with Macedonian, and fairly closely related to Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian and Slovenian.
Bulgarian was the first Slavic language to be written: it start to appear in writing during the 9th century in the Glagolitic alphabet, which was gradually replaced by an early version of the Cyrillic alphabet over the following centuries.
www.omniglot.com /writing/bulgarian.htm   (447 words)

  
  Bulgarian - The Gift of Language - Learn Bulgarian Today!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bulgarian is a member of the South Slavic group of the Slavonic subfamily of Indo-European languages.
Modern Bulgarian, which is generally said to date from the 16th century, borrowed many words from Greek and Turkish during the period of Turkish domination and, more recently, has borrowed words from Russian, French, and German.
Characteristic Bulgarian folk dances are variations of the hora, a round chain dance, and the ruchenitsa, a lively dance of two couples.
www.thegiftoflanguage.com /bulgarian1   (480 words)

  
  Bulgarian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bulgarian demonstrates several linguistic innovations that set it apart from other Slavic languages, such as the elimination of noun declension, the development of a suffixed definite article (see Balkan linguistic union), the lack of a verb infinitive, and the retention and further development of the proto-Slavic verb system.
Bulgarian is closely related to Macedonian, generally recognized as a distinct language, although the prevalent opinion in Bulgaria, to some extent in Greece, and that of certain international linguists is that Bulgarian and Macedonian are two standard forms of the same diasystem.
Bulgarian verbs express lexical aspect: perfective verbs signify the completion of the action of the verb and form past aorist tenses; imperfective ones are neutral with regard to it and form past imperfect tenses.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bulgarian_language   (4943 words)

  
 Bulgarian
Bulgarian is the official language of the Republic of Bulgaria.
Bulgarian is the medium of instruction at all levels of education and is used in all electronic and print media.
Bulgarian is considered to be a Category II language in terms of difficulty for speakers of English.
www.nvtc.gov /lotw/months/december/bulgarian.html   (1003 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Bulgarian language (Language And Linguistics) - Encyclopedia
Bulgarian language, member of the South Slavic group of the Slavonic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages (see Slavic languages).
Bulgarian is the native tongue of some 9 million people, most of whom live in Bulgaria, where it is the official language.
Old Bulgarian is an alternate name for the literary and liturgical language of the 9th to 11th cent.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/B/BulgarLan.html   (476 words)

  
 Macedonian Language indeed is Bulgarian with Serbian letters
Sultan’s Ferman for the establishment of the Bulgarian Exarchate.
Lunt, A Grammar of the Macedonian Literary Language, Skopje, 1952.
Bulgarian in all of its aspects is deliberately kept in hiding.
www.macedoniainfo.com /books/kronsteiner/ik_3_eng.html   (3735 words)

  
 Bulgarian language. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bulgarian is the native tongue of some 9 million people, most of whom live in Bulgaria, where it is the official language.
Old Bulgarian is an alternate name for the literary and liturgical language of the 9th to 11th cent.
Modern Bulgarian, which is generally said to date from the 16th cent., borrowed many words from Greek and Turkish during the period of Turkish domination; more recently it has borrowed words from Russian, French, and German.
www.bartleby.com /65/bu/BulgarLan.html   (405 words)

  
 Learn Bulgarian Language - Free Conversational Bulgarian Lessons Online - Common Bulgarian Words and Phrases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Phrasebase drastically simplifies the language learning process by prioritizing the various components of learning and focusing your study efforts on the areas of greatest importance.
The key is to immerse yourself in the language and use it as often as possible in order to build up your skills of speaking it and listening to it, understanding and comprehending it...
Bulgarian Language Exchange Pen-Pals - Community of people from around the world interested in teaching you their language and sharing their culture with you.
www.phrasebase.com /learn/bulgarian.php   (1866 words)

  
 The Macedonian Language=Bulgarian Language with Serbian letters
In 1953, the Publishing House also published textbooks in that "language" to be used by the children of the political immigrants from Aegean Macedonia to the former socialist countries, on the basis of the alleged Kostour-Lerin Bulgarian dialect.
However, the Bulgarians are not fond of philology and history, they do not like being reproached of chauvinism and are inclined to live, at any price, at peace with their neighbours even if they would like to take over half of their villages, yards, etc....
Until 1913, for about a century, literary Bulgarian (despite the Turkish yoke) was the language used in schools, literature and press throughout the three regions and the area as a whole; it was of an all-Bulgarian nature rather than of a regional one.
www.macedoniainfo.com /docs/macedonian_language.htm   (6522 words)

  
 Bulgarian language — Infoplease.com
Bulgarian is the native tongue of some 9 million people, most of whom live in Bulgaria, where it is the official language.
Old Bulgarian is an alternate name for the literary and liturgical language of the 9th to 11th cent.
Modern Bulgarian, which is generally said to date from the 16th cent., borrowed many words from Greek and Turkish during the period of Turkish domination; more recently it has borrowed words from Russian, French, and German.
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 Learn Bulgarian, Bulgarian Windows, Bulgarian Office, Bulgarian Software, Bulgarian Dictionary, Bulgarian Translation, ...
When the first alphabet for the Slavic languages was devised in the 9th century, it was a dialect of Bulgarian that served as the base.
Old Bulgarian, or Old Church Slavonic as it came to be called, long served as the literary vehicle of all the Slavic languages.
Bulgarian also differs from the other Slavic languages in that it makes use of articles, both definite and indefinite, the former being suffixed to the noun.
www.worldlanguage.com /Languages/Bulgarian.htm   (374 words)

  
 Bulgarian Community - Bulgarian Jobs, Bulgarian Dating, Bulgarian Flat Share
Bulgarian is an Indo-European language, a member of the Southern branch of the Slavic languages.
Bulgarian demonstrates several linguistic innovations that set it apart from other Slavic languages, such as the elimination of noun declension, the development of a suffixed definite article (see Balkan linguistic union), the lack of a verb infinitive, and the retention and further development of the proto-Slavic verb system.
Bulgarian is closely related to Macedonian, generally recognized as a distinct language, although the prevalent opinion in Bulgaria, to some extent in Greece, and that of certain international linguists is that Bulgarian and Macedonian are two standard forms of the same diasystem.
www.toplanguagecommunity.com /bulgarian-portal   (495 words)

  
 [ BULGARIAN LANGUAGE WEB ] : Bulgarian Language, Key Facts & Info : Learn Bulgarian : Bulgarian Culture, Alphabet, ...
Language facts (1986): 7,986,000 in Bulgaria, 85% of the population (1986); 234,000 in Ukraine; 30,000 in Greece; 10,439 in Romania; 270,000 in Turkey; 361,000 in Moldova (1979 census).
Bulgarians regard Macedonian as a strain of their own language, while Macedonians insist it is a separate language.
Bulgarian Taught as a Subject at the University of Oslo, Norway
www.spraakservice.net /bulgarian   (789 words)

  
 Bulgarian Translation - Translate Bulgarian Language Translator
Bulgarian is an Indo-European language, a member of the Southern branch of the Slavic languages.
Bulgarian demonstrates several linguistic innovations that set it apart from other Slavic languages, such as the elimination of noun declension, the development of a suffixed definite article (see Balkan linguistic union), the lack of a verb infinitive, and the retention and further development of the proto-Slavic verb system.
Bulgarian is part of the Balkan linguistic union, which also includes the closely related Macedonian, as well as Greek, Romanian, Albanian and some Serbian dialects.
www.translation-services-usa.com /languages/bulgarian.shtml   (387 words)

  
 macmodlan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bulgarian is the official language of the Republic of Bulgaria and is spoken as their native language by about 8.5 million people within the boundaries of Bulgaria.
Middle Bulgarian was a transitional stage during which the language underwent crucial changes leading to its emergence as a 'Balkan' language with analytic characteristics; owing to the strong tradition of the liturgical literature, however the actual changes found in the vernaculars were hardly reflected in the manuscripts.
Both the Old Bulgarian literary language of the ninth century and the Modern Bulgarian literary language of the nineteenth century were initiated in the western or 'Macedonian' territories.
www.ucc.ie /staff/jprodr/macedonia/macmodlan.html   (1060 words)

  
 Overview of the Bulgarian Language to Help You Learn Bulgarian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bulgarian is the official language of Bulgaria, and is also spoken in parts of Moldova, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, Macedonia, and Greek.
Bulgarian is a member of the South Slavic branch of the Indo-European language family.
The Bulgarian language does not, however, retain much vocabulary from the original language of the Bolgars who gave the region its name.
www.transparent.com /languagepages/bulgarian/overview.htm   (552 words)

  
 HPSG-based Syntactic Treebank of Bulgarian(Bulgarian dialects' electronic archive)
That is why the language of folklore, even though it has a supradialectal character - inasmuch as it reflects peculiarities of wider dialectal areas, of specific dialects, rather than the specific peculiarities of the dialects of separate settlements – is an important source of linguistic investigation (Cf.
In the year 2001 work on the Electronic Archive of the Bulgarian Language was centered round the automatic processing of the texts from the “Veda Slovena” collection – a collection written in a dialect from the region of Gotse Delchev and Drama.
Although it has been the object of special interest on the part of the research and cultural circles, this collection, containing Bulgarian epic songs which have a historical and ritual subject-matter and which are close to folklore in their nature and form, was only republished in Bulgarian in 1997, by the “Open Society” Foundation.
www.bultreebank.org /veda/indexeng.html   (881 words)

  
 Bulgarian comics overview by Lambiek
Now that Bulgarian contemporary art is well on its way to being integrated into world culture, Bulgarian comics should be granted their rightful place among Bulgarian art, culture and library collections.
Only the "Dictionary of Foreign Words in Bulgarian Language" gives a vague explanation of what comic art is, but the definition is so ignorant and ridiculous that it's not worth quoting.
What remains unexplained is why the Bulgarian comics disappeared so quickly and whether there are any chances for their revival, otherwise the new generation of artists will inevitably be forced to seek opportunities in Western countries.
www.lambiek.net /comics/bulgarian.htm   (744 words)

  
 The Bulgarian Language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bulgarians appreciate, that outside of their country Bulgarian is hardly used and that English is the western world’s “first” language.
As a consequence, Bulgarians are delighted, when foreigners attempt to communicate with them using their language.
Bulgarians will invariably help and encourage foreigners, who have taken the time to learn even a few words of their little known language.
www.justsofia.co.uk /index.asp?mid=70   (249 words)

  
 Bulgarian Translation Service - English to Bulgarian Translation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
You probably don't speak Bulgarian yourself, so there are a few questions you'll need to consider when choosing a translation company.
Language is a living thing it develops and changes constantly.
The Pomak dialect spoken in Greece is close to Serbian and Bulgarian; geographical dialect shading toward each.
www.appliedlanguage.com /languages/bulgarian_translation.shtml   (461 words)

  
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