Today, somewhere between 7 and 9 million people speak the Bulgarian language, primarily in nations such as Bulgaria, Serbia, Moldova, Romania, and the Ukraine. When doing business with or presenting correspondence from any of these nations, take great care when choosing the destination language. While Bulgarian is somewhat common, languages such as Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Romanian, and many other languages may be preferable.

There are two main variety, when it comes to the Bulgarian language, and they are referred to as the following according to Wikipedia:

  • Western, also known by some as hard Bulgarian or hard-speech Bulgarian
  • Eastern (most common), also known as soft Bulgarian or soft-speech Bulgarian
  • Literary, which is very similar to Eastern with a few differences based on gender

The Bulgarian language can be more complicated than others, since there are many rules related to gender or neutrality. Spoken and literary forms are also varied, meaning that special attention must be paid by those who are transcribing. Otherwise, the language may not be correct in the final project. If there are any questions regarding the translation or transcription of a project, please let us know so that we may answer them efficiently and in a timely manner.

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