Bulgarian is the oldest Slavic language. Its modern grammar was standardized in the 19th century. The first written record is a religious text from the 9th century. Bulgarian was oppressed during the Ottoman Empire (1393-1878). The official language was Turkish. Modern Bulgarian was established in the second half of the 19th century. Bulgarians are very proud of their language. They celebrate Cyril and Methodius on June 24 for devising the Glagolitic alphabet. Modern Bulgarian has two dialects; western and eastern. Bulgarians have a word for not remembering a word during a conversation: takova. Another interesting thing to note is that they nod when they say no and they shake their head when they say yes.
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