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- Belarusian is spoken as the first language by 7.6 million people (ca. 0.11% of the world's population), which makes it the 98th most spoken language worldwide in terms of native speakers.
- Belarusian is an official language in Belarus (along with Russian). It also holds official status in five communes of Podlasie province in north-eastern Poland, and is recognized as a minority language in Russia, the Czech Republic, Ukraine, and Lithuania.
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Belarusian – basic information
- The Belarusian language is a member of the East Slavic subgroup. Within this subgroup, it most closely resembles Ukrainian. Today, it is almost solely written in Cyrillic script (see also Interesting facts), which was created in the late 9th century and was based on the Greek alphabet
- Like Russian and Ukrainian, the Belarusian language evolved from the Old Ruthenian language. Its literary standard, also called Old Belarusian, was formed between the 14th and 16th centuries. In Renaissance and Baroque, Old Belarusian held official status in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, but by the end of the 17th century, it was replaced by Polish. Modern Belarusian began to evolve in the mid-19th century. In the early 20th century, the norms of Belarusian were codified based on local vernaculars. What is regarded as a landmark in the development of the language was the first codified grammar textbook by Branislaw Tarashkyevich.
- Besides the standard variety, there are two major dialect groups, the North-Eastern and the South-Western. In addition, several transitional dialects can be distinguished.
- Belarusian is regulated by the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus.
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Basic words and phrases – English-Belarusian mini dictionary
yes - да (da)
no - не (nye)
please - калі ласка (kali laska)
thank you -дзякую (dzyakuyu)
sorry - выбачайце (vybachajtsye)
good morning - добры дзень (dobry dzyenʹ)
good evening - добры вечар (dobry vyechar)
goodbye - до побачення (do pobachennya)
good night - дабранач (dabranach)
hi - прывітанне (pryvitannye)
How are you? - Як ты (Yak ty?)
good - добра (dobra)
My name is… - Мяне завуць (Mianie zavuć)
I don't understand - Не разумею (Nie razumieju)
I'm from the UK - Я з Вялікабрытаніі (Ya z Vialikabrytanii)
- Even though Belarusian is predominantly written in the Cyrillic alphabet, it can also be rendered in Latin script, which is called the Belarusian Latin alphabet. However, it is used rather infrequently.
- In the past (in the 16th century), Belarusian was also rendered in Arabic script. This system was employed by the Tatars, who had settled in the Belarusian territory.
- What is generally regarded as a distinctive variety of language spoken in Belarus is Trasianka, which is a mixture of elements of Belarusian (primarily phonetics) and Russian (vocabulary and, to some extent, syntax). This variety is spoken by the current president of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko.
- Like all Slavic languages, Belarus is marked by rich morphology. Nouns, pronouns and adjectives are declined for six cases.