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Bulgarian language resources



Bulgarian is spoken on a daily basis in: Bulgaria, Moldova, Ukraine

Encyclopedia resources on Bulgarian
Bulgarian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...has more about this subject: Bulgarian The Bulgarian Language Online Course — Free Samples — audio — includes Romantic Phrases Free online resources for learners Ethnologue report for Bulgarian ...

Bulgaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...of the Bulgarian population speak Bulgarian , a member of the Slavic languages , as mother-language. Bulgarian is the only official language, but other languages are spoken, corresponding closely to ...

Bulgarians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...which is closely related to Serbo-Croatian and is often mutually intelligible with it. The Bulgarian language is also sometimes mutually intelligible with Russian on account of the influence which ...

Macedonian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...is estimated around 2 million. The Macedonian language is most closely related to the Bulgarian language . Macedonian also has similarities with Serbian , particularly Old Serbian. Bulgarian and ...

Church Slavonic language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language ( Bulgarian : църковно?лав?н?ки език, tsarkovnoslavyanski ezik ; Russian : церковно?лав??н?кий ?зы?к, tserkovnoslavyánskiy yazík ) is the liturgical ...

Old Church Slavonic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...from Great Moravia in 886 , brought the Glagolitic alphabet and the Old Church Slavonic language to the Bulgarian Empire. It was taught at two Bulgarian academies - in Preslav (capital 893 - 972 ) and Ohrid ...

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Bulgarian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...from or related to Bulgarian language Bulgarians , ethnic group Bulgarian cuisine Bulgarian customs Bulgarian_(slang) , a British term This is a disambiguation page — a list of articles associated with the ...

Bulgarian Orthodox Church - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
If something was, however, instrumental in the preservation of the Bulgarian language and the Bulgarian national consciousness throughout the centuries of Ottoman domination, it was the Bulgarian ...

Russian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Many words in modern literary Russian are closer in form to the modern Bulgarian language than to Ukrainian or Belarusian. However, the East Slavic forms have tended to remain in the various dialects ...



Academic resources on Bulgarian
Bulgarian Studies Association
The Bulgarian Studies Association Icon: Saint George , 18th c., Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria ©1995, Toros Horissian, photographer Statement of Purpose: The Bulgarian Studies Association is a non-profit ...

Yamada Language Center: Bulgarian WWW Guide
Morphological and syntactic analysis. Very useful! Learn Bulgarian - 10 useful (and perhaps not so useful) phrases with wav audio files. Bulgarian-English ...

The Bulgarian RECHNIK
...in six languages - Bulgarian, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Italian. You can search by substring (part of a word) in any of these languages. For the moment, Bulgarian is spelled in ...

HBC | Home
The Club Home Bulgaria Harvard Copyright © President and Fellows of Harvard College

Bulgarian Club at MIT
The Homepage of The Bulgarian Club at MIT news - exciting events and other up-to-date information Graduation mission - a letter from the president officers - our governing body members - homepages ...

http://www1.cs.columbia.edu/~radev/faq/poetry/
Bulgarian Poetry Archive Currently, the archive contains 301 poems. This site is maintained by: Dragomir R. Radev Nicolas Kostoff Svetoslav Ivantchev and others.

Repertorium of Old Bulgarian Literature and Letters
Repertorium of Old Bulgarian Literature and Letters Location: http://clover.slavic.pitt.edu/~repertorium/index.html Last revised: 2002-10-27 by David J. Birnbaum ( [email protected] ) Main ...

"Bulgari" Bulgarian Folk Music Ensemble
...for the Bulgarian National Folk Ensemble "Philip Kutev". Bulgari's CDs including the new Bulgarian Rhapsody! The Fall 2002 U.S. tour itinerary The Fall 2000 U.S. tour itinerary Updated as of Oct. 18 ...

Webglimpse and Glimpse: advanced site search software for Unix : index ...
...more modern results output (commerical version) using stylesheets. Also added support for Bulgarian, several minor bugfixes. 6/19/03 : Webglimpse 2.7.8 handles Russian month names correctly (thanks ...

Myths and Legends
...this lengthy article for the SEEFA (Slavic and East European Folklore Association) Journal. Bulgarian Wonderland Bulgaria's Ethnography and Folklore page contains Todor Zhivkov's essay on Bulgarian ...



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Government resources on Bulgarian
CIA - The World Factbook -- Bulgaria
...tribe, merged with the local Slavic inhabitants in the late 7th century to form the first Bulgarian state. In succeeding centuries, Bulgaria struggled with the Byzantine Empire to assert its place in ...

Bulgaria
Traveling with Bulgarian minors: Bulgarian authorities are particularly strict in matters involving the travel of Bulgarian children. Adults, other than a child’s ...

GUIDE TO LAW ONLINE: Bulgaria
BILD: Bulgarian Institute for Legal Development) texts in Bulgarian and English Global Banking Law Database: Bulgaria (World Bank Group / International ...

Bulgaria : Country Studies - Federal Research Division, Library of ...
Introduction of the Ottoman System Bulgarian Society under the Turks Early Decay and Upheaval in the Empire ...

USAID Telling Our Story: Bulgaria - Community Fund Revitalizes ...
USAID initiated a project to create a community fund in three Bulgarian towns – Gabrovo, Blagoevgrad, and Chapelare. The community funds in these towns integrated, in a small but very successful ...

Home - U.S. Embassy Sofia, Bulgaria
Radisson Hotel's Alexander Hall. For more information please see the attached press release in Bulgarian or contact the American Chamber of Commerce. Press Release, December 2, 2005 Remarks by DCM Jeff ...

CIA Maps & Publications - Bulgaria 
Directory of Officials of the Bulgarian Republic Library of Congress 1978 Bulgarian Communist Party Leadership (wall chart) Library ...

ALA-LC Romanization Tables
Bulgarian Burmese Chinese Church Slavic Divehi Georgian Greek Gujarati Hebrew and Yiddish Hindi Japanese Javanese, Sundanese, and Madurese Kannada Kashmiri Khmer Korean Kurdish Ladino Lao Lepcha ...

Bulgaria (08/05)
...force in the region and has played an important role in promoting regional security. U.S.-BULGARIAN RELATIONS The year 2003 marked the 100th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the United ...

About APOD
...http://www.cienciaonline.org/nasa/apod/ , maintained by Eduardo Benevides Bulgaria (in Bulgarian from Bulgarian Academy of Sciences): http://www.astro.bas.bg/~astropic/ , maintained by Vladimir Georgiev ...



".org" resources on Bulgarian
Bulgaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Despite the dominant position of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church in Bulgarian cultural life, a number of Bulgarian citizens belong to other religious denominations, most notably Islam , Roman Catholicism ...

Bulgarian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...has more about this subject: Bulgarian The Bulgarian Language Online Course — Free Samples — audio — includes Romantic Phrases Free online resources for learners Ethnologue report for Bulgarian ...

Bulgarian Foreign Investment Agency
Bulgarian Foreign Investment Agency (bfia.org) has been renamed to InvestBulgaria Agency (investbg.government.bg) You will be redirected to investbg.government.bg in 20 seconds. If your browser doesn't ...

BMNECC
The Bulgarian-Macedonian National Educational and Cultural Center Events Who we are Our Gift Shop Links Email : BMNECC Bulgarian-Macedonian National Educational and Cultural Center 449 West 8th Avenue West ...

Bulgarian National Parks
Bulgarian National Parks protect Bulgaria's most valuable share of biodiversity and are a source of prosperity for local residents, and for our country. The National Parks protect our most famous wild ...

expertdatarecovery.com
Questions and Comments are always welcome! http://www.greatcom.org/laws/bulgarian/ [email protected]

The Four Spiritual Laws - Bulgarian
Questions and Comments are always welcome! http://www.greatcom.org/laws/bulgarian/ [email protected]

The Official Tourism site for Destination Bulgaria
...official website of Bulgarian Tourism, supported by the National Tourism Information Center. It offers detailed information on the country and on the possibilities that Bulgarian tourism offers, as ...

HPSG-based Syntactic Treebank of Bulgarian
...objective of BulTreeBank Project is to create a high quality set of syntactic structures of Bulgarian sentences within the framework of HPSG. Home Description Publications Available Resources Text ...

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Commercial resources on Bulgarian

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. There are various verb forms to express nonwitnessed, retold, and doubtful action.

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 and Macedonian form part of the Balkan linguistic union, which also includes Greek, Romanian, Albanian and Serbian. Most of these languages share some of the above-mentioned characteristics (e.g., definite article, infinitive loss, complicated verb system) and many more. The "nonwitnessed action" verb forms, pertaining to a mood known as renarrative mood, have been attributed to Turkish influences by most Bulgarian linguists. Morphologically, they are related to the perfect tenses, which are known in Bulgarian linguistic tradition as "preliminary" (?????????????) tenses.


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