Bulgarian, also known as Balgarski, is a South Slavic member of the Indo-European language family spoken by approximately 9 million people mainly in Bulgaria with smaller populations in Canada, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Moldova, Romania, Turkey, Ukraine, the United States and the region of the former Republic of Yugoslavia.
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Bulgar Words and Expressions
Features of the old (Turkic) Bulgar language that have been preserved in the modern (Slavic) language.
HPSG-Based Syntactic Treebank of Bulgarian
Project to create a high quality set of syntactic structures of Bulgarian sentences within the framework of HPSG.
Language Profile: Bulgarian
From the UCLA Language Materials Project.
Sociolinguistic survey of the Pomaks, a 30,000-strong Muslim Slavic-speaking community living in Western Thrace (Northern Greece). Their language is essentially a Bulgarian dialect.
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