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Bulgarian displays a number of linguistic innovations which makes it distinct from other Slavic languages. Some of these innovations are absence of case declension and verb infinitive, the presence of suffixed definite article and a developed proto-Slavic verb system.

Modern Bulgarian initially used an alphabet with 32 letters which was proposed by Marin Drinov and became popular from 1870 onwards. At present it is written using the Cyrillic script and sometimes the Latin script (mostly for road and street signs). Cyrillic is recognized as an official alphabet of the European Union.
Most of the Bulgarian letters are associated with one specific sound, with the exception of three which denote the single expression of a combination of sounds they are щ (sht), ю (yu), and я (ya). Furthermore there are two more sounds which are actually formed by combining two letters, they are дж (/dʒ/) and дз (dz).
Bulgarian language has six vowels which can be classified in three pairs that is, front, central and back. The vowels are all relatively lax just like in other Slavic languages and unlike the tense vowels of the Germanic languages.

The Bulgarian system of stressing words is dynamic which means that stressed syllables become louder, as well as longer compared to unstressed ones.
The Bulgarian grammar prescribes ten different parts of speech which are grouped into mutable and immutable classes. The difference between the two groups is that mutable parts of speech have grammatical variations while immutable parts don’t.
Mutable parts of speech are made of – nouns, numerals, adjectives, verbs and pronouns while immutable parts of speech consist of adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, interjections and particles.
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