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Macedonian

Macedonian is used in Macedonia and parts of neighboring Albania, Bulgaria, and Greece.

Dialects shown below:  "standard", Prilep-Bitola, and Vevcani-Radozda


top Standard Macedonian

printed:

[standard Macedonian, printed]

handwritten:

[standard Macedonian, handwritten]


top Prilep-Bitola Dialect

The Prilep-Bitola dialect of Macedonian is used in and around the towns of Prilep (Macedonia), Bitola (Macedonia), and Florina (Greece).

[Prilep-Bitola dialect of Macedonian]

Dialect information at Wikipedia (including map)



top Vevcani-Radozda dialect (also known as the Vevčani-Radožda Dialect)

The Vevcani-Radozda dialect of Macedonian is used in the villages of Radozda (Macedonia), Vevcani (Macedonia), Mali Vlai (Macedonia), and Lin (Albania).

[Vevcani-Radozda dialect of Macedonian]

Dialect information at Wikipedia (including map)



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Language information at Wikipedia and Ethnologue

Writing system information at Omniglot and Wikipedia

Alternate names for Macedonian include Makedonski, Slavic, and Macedonian Slavic


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1) Where is my room?
2) Where is the beach?
3) Where is the bar?
4) Don't touch me there!
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