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  1. Belarusian language - Wikipedia

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    After Belarus became independent in 1991, support for the cause of the Belarusian language gained prestige and popular interest, with the post-Soviet Belarusian government the continued creation of policies to actively promote the use of the Belarusian language, especially in education.

    • 5.1 million (2009 census), 6.3 million L2 speakers (2009 census)
    • Belarus
  2. Belarus - Wikipedia

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    Belarus's two official languages are Russian and Belarusian; Russian is the most common language used at home, used by 70% of the population, while Belarusian, the official first language, is spoken at home by 23%. Minorities also speak Polish, Ukrainian and Eastern Yiddish.

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  4. Languages of Belarus - Wikipedia

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    The official languages of Belarus are equally Belarusian and Russian. The language situation in Belarus is characterized by a co-existence of several linguistic codes. The two most widespread codes are Belarusian, Russian and the so-called Trasianka, a mixed speech in which Belarusian and Russian elements and structures alternate arbitrarily.

  5. Belarusian language - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    The Belarusian language (беларуская мова, transliteration: biełaruskaja mova) is an Eastern Slavic language and an Indo-European language. It is spoken in Belarus and eastern Poland (in the area of Białystok). It is also spoken by Belarusians who live in other countries of Europe, Australia, and North America.

  6. Talk:Belarusian language - Wikipedia

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    Agree with you that this is the most reliable version, and it looks well-grounded to me, too. I don't try to convince anybody of Belarusian ethnicity of Malevich, it is just interesting that something makes the reliable linguists like Adam Maldzis (doctor of philology, professor) say that Malevich was born and lived under Kapyl, for example--that's my point. —zedlik 18:27, 13 October 2010 (UTC)

  7. Albanian language - Wikipedia

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    The language is spoken by approximately 6 million people in the Balkans, primarily in Albania, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro and Greece. However, due to old communities in Italy and the large Albanian diaspora, the worldwide total of speakers is much higher than in Southern Europe and numbers approximately 7.5 million.

  8. Shqiptar - Wikipedia

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    The first documentation of the adverb/adjective shqip can already be found in the Meshari, the oldest Albanian language book published in 1555 by Gjon Buzuku. Johann Georg von Hahn (1854) was the first to derive the term Shqiptar from the Albanian verbs shqipoj ("to speak clearly") and shqiptoj ("to speak out, pronounce").

  9. Bjellorusia - Wikipedia

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    Bjellorusia (zyrtarisht Republika Bjelloruse; bjellorusisht Беларусь Belarus) është shtet në Evropën lindore që kufizohet nga Rusia, Ukraina, Polonia, Lituania dhe Letonia. Kryeqyteti i saj është qyteti Minsk ndërsa qytet tjera të njohura janë Brest, Grodno (Hrodna), Gomel (Homyel) dhe Vitebsk.

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    Muzika popullore përfshin muzikën popullore tradicionale dhe zhanrin që evoluoi prej saj gjatë ringjalljes popullore të shekullit 20. Disa lloje të muzikës popullore mund të quhen muzikë botërore.

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