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.
Features of the old (Turkic) Bulgar language that have been preserved in the modern (Slavic) language.
Project to create a high quality set of syntactic structures of Bulgarian sentences within the framework of HPSG.
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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