Spoken by more than 9 million people worldwide, Bulgarian uses the Cyrillic alphabet and played a key part in spreading this alphabet to other Slavic countries.
Placed by linguists into the Southern Slavic languages group, Bulgarian is the official language of Bulgaria and is also spoken in other countries such as Greece, Moldova and Romania. Interestingly, some Macedonian linguists believe Bulgarian to be a Macedonian language, while some Bulgarian linguists consider Macedonian to be a dialect of the Bulgarian language. However, most linguists throughout the world consider Macedonian and Bulgarian to be two separate languages. After Bulgaria joined the EU in 2007, the Cyrillic alphabet became the third official alphabet of the European Union (the first and second being Latin and Greek).
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