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Bulgarian

Belongs to the South Slavic languages, closest relative being Macedonian. The Bulgarians originally lived in central Asia, from where they progressively moved through the Volga region to their present day territory. They assimilated with the original Thracian population, gave it a new name and left traces in the vocabulary and grammar. Bulgarian has kept its written form the longest time of all the Slavic languages, nowadays, the Cyrillic alphabet is used and it was used to spread the Slavic languages by Saints Cyril and Methodius.

In the modern vocabulary, the 500 year long Turkish reign is apparent, French words are present in its spoken form, thanks to the last empress being originally French (for example, for “thank you” you may say “blagodarja”, but also “merci”).

The grammar largely differs from the other Slavic languages, nouns are not declined, verbs do not have infinitive forms, the articles is used at the end of the word. What may be confusing for a Czech person is the fact that Bulgarian has only one “I”, i.e. no “Y”.