Bulgarian is a South Slavic language native to the Republic of Bulgaria in the Balkan peninsula. The majority of its speakers live in Bulgaria, where they constitute the majority of the population, but other speakers live in nearby countries such as Ukraine, Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey, Moldova, Hungary, Greece, Montenegro, and Romania. Other speakers live in diaspora communities in the USA, Canada, and Israel.
Bulgarian was the first Slavic language to be written, It used the Glagolitic alphabet at first, but Bulgarians got exposed to the Cyrillic alphabet and it mostly replaced Glagolitic by the 12th century.
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1 Only from French,German, Russian
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