About Bulgarian Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Bulgarian is a South Slavic language. It is spoken in Southeastern Europe. The language is majorly spoken in Bulgaria. The Bulgarians speak the language to communicate with each other. Bulgarian is closely related to the Macedonian language. It is a member of the Balkan sprachbund. Bulgarian has a South Slavic dialect and belongs to the Indo-European language family. The two languages have many distinct characteristics that set them apart from the other Slavic languages. The major difference between Bulgarian and other European languages is the elimination of case declension. Bulgarian doesn’t have any suffixed definite article and it also lacks verb infinitive. Bulgarian is the official language of Bulgaria, since 2007. It is among the few official languages of the European Union. It is spoken by minorities in many other European countries as well.