POZENA’s professional human translations from Bulgarian to English and any other language or from English and any language into Bulgarian are reliably performed by formally qualified native-speaking translators, assuring their consistently high quality.
Why choose professional Bulgarian translations?
- Bulgarian is spoken as the first language by nearly 9 million people (around 0.13% of the world’s population).
- Bulgarian is the official language of Bulgaria. It is also recognized as a minority language in Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Ukraine, and Hungary.
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Bulgarian – basic information
- Bulgarian is a South Slavic language. Old Bulgarian contributed to the spread of writing in other Slavic languages. Originally, it was written in the Glagolitic alphabet, which was replaced by the Cyrillic script at the turn of the 9th century. In the latter stages of its development, Bulgarian was influenced lexically by Greek, and especially Turkish. The decline of the Turkish rule in what is now Bulgaria led to the revival of the Bulgarian language, with many words of Turkish origin being replaced by Russian borrowings.
- There are approximately 70 dialects of the Bulgarian language, most of which can be classified as belonging to one of the two major groups: western (the so-called hard speech) and eastern (soft speech). What largely sets these two groups apart is the different realization of the Slavic yat vowel (Ѣ). Some Bulgarian linguists regard the Macedonian language as a dialect of Bulgarian due to a number of structural similarities.
- Bulgarian is regulated by the Institute for the Bulgarian Language at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.
- Bulgarian is one of the EU’s official languages.
Specialist industry translations from and into Bulgarian
Translations for the energy sector
Marketing translations, localisation and copywriting
Translation of agreements and power of attorney
Translations of user guides and service manuals
Basic words and phrases – English-Bulgarian mini dictionary
yes - да (da)
no - не (ne)
please - мо́ля (mólya)
thank you -благодаря (blagodaryá)
sorry - извинeте (izvinete)
good morning - добър ден (dobyr den)
good evening - добър вечер (dobyr wecher)
goodbye - довиждане (dowizhdane)
good night - лека нощ (leka nosht)
hi - здрасрти/здравей! (zdrasti/ zdrawej)
How are you? - Как си (Kak si)?
good - добре (dobre)
My name is… - Казвам се... (kazwam se…)
I don't understand - Не разбирам (ne razbiram)
I'm from the UK - Aз съм от Великобритания (az sym ot Velikobritaniya)
- What distinguishes Bulgarian from other Slavic languages is that nouns are not declined for case. Another unique feature is a definite article, corresponding to the English the, which is postfixed (added as a suffix) to the noun, e.g. човек (chovek) (Eng. human being) → човекът (Eng. the human being).
- Bulgarian verbs are more complex than nouns as they are inflected. There are also nine grammatical tenses.
- Since there is no infinitive in Modern Bulgarian, the basic verb form is the present tense first person singular form.
- In Bulgarian word stress is dynamic and also distinctive (resulting in semantic differences).
- The longest Bulgarian word is the 39-letter verb непротивоконституционствувателствувайте (neprotivokonstitutsionstvuvatel-stvuvayte), which means “do not take action against the constitution”.