Bulgarian is the official language of Bulgaria. It is part of the slavic languages which are part of the Indo-European language family. There are about 10 million people who speak Bulgarian around the world. It is also spoken in various places such as Moldova, Greece, Kosovo, Turkey, Ukraine, Serbia, Albania, Romania. It sounds close to the Russian languages, and it uses Cyrillic alphabet script. Languages in Motion offers high quality translations and interpretation from Bulgarian to English and from English to Bulgarian, as well as many other Bulgarian language combinations.
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Brief History of the Bulgarian Language:
Bulgarian was the first Slavic language to be written in the 9th century. Historically, Bulgarian has moved through various facets: Old, Middle and Modern Bulgarian. The modern Bulgarian written language, which stems from the language used by religious people such as monks, for use in translating the Bible from Greek into Slavic, did not become fully established until the 19th century. The Bulgarian language is split into two dialects; Western and Eastern. Eastern incorporates Eastern and Northern areas, while Western incorporates the South.