Similarities Between Bulgarian and Russian

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Bahador Alast

Bahador Alast

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How close is Bulgarian to Russian? Can Bulgarian and Russian speakers understand one another? Both languages are Slavic, with Bulgarian being a South Slavic language and Russian being an East Slavic language. Bulgarian is the official language of Bulgaria and recognized as a minority language in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Ukraine, Serbia, Albania, and Romania. Russian is an official language in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and many minor or unrecognized territories. It is an unofficial but widely spoken language in Latvia, Moldova, Ukraine, and to a lesser extent, the other post-Soviet states. Russian is the most widely spoken of the Slavic languages by a large margin. In this video we compare some of the similarities between the two languages.
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@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 3 жыл бұрын
This video was recorded shortly before the pandemic! Going forward, we have a few other videos recorded that will be uploaded. However, based on your suggestions, we are considering doing videos online so anyone can participate even if you do not live in Toronto. My main concern is the quality of the video, as well as the sound. If you have any suggestions as to what would be the most suitable program/app to do this, send me a message on Instagram @BahadorAlast (instagram.com/BahadorAlast) As mentioned in the video, Emil is a certified Russian interpreter and translator. We are very happy that he travelled to Toronto to take part in this video. This is his Linkedin profile: www.linkedin.com/in/gilm0075/
@jaysunjakubz8399
@jaysunjakubz8399 3 жыл бұрын
Please post a video on the similarities between the Hindi and Roma languages. Roma is important to learn as a language! Here is a link to the community centre: www.romatoronto.org/ Please make videos about the Roma language!
@sulaymanthemagnificent3162
@sulaymanthemagnificent3162 3 жыл бұрын
It's a Suggestion. You should arrange Six persons which belong to these Six countries Turkey,Pakistan,Iran,Afghanistan(Dari), Indian (Hindi)and any Arab.Then you should ask three sentences from each of their languages infront all of them and who ever picks more quickly he/she will be the winner from that country.
@jaskatpon1
@jaskatpon1 3 жыл бұрын
Şülayman theMağnificent I think Afghans will win this game cause they have more exposure to many languages. They can easily interact with Pakistanis and Iranians without much difficulty.
@Rider-ed2mr
@Rider-ed2mr 3 жыл бұрын
@@sulaymanthemagnificent3162 Dari is a political name. Dari is Persian.
@sulaymanthemagnificent3162
@sulaymanthemagnificent3162 3 жыл бұрын
@@Rider-ed2mr thank you www.google.com/search?q=afghanistan+national+language&oq=afghanistan+natio&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0l3.10217j1j7&client=ms-android-verizon&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8
@shttrdstr3761
@shttrdstr3761 3 жыл бұрын
😘 to 🇧🇬 from 🇷🇺
@rumenmarchev3031
@rumenmarchev3031 3 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian and Russian are so similar despite the distance between the two countries because: 1.when Russia adopted Christianity Bulgarian missionaries were sent to spread the Bible written in church slavonic(old Bulgarian) 2.when Bulgaria was liberated Russian literature heavily influenced the Bulgarian language So in a sence these countries mutually enriched each others' languages.
@Alexis-nd9kw
@Alexis-nd9kw 3 жыл бұрын
oh thats interesting
@svetoslavstanev3741
@svetoslavstanev3741 3 жыл бұрын
Не е точно така , не може да смениш майчиният език на един народ с едно покръстване , не се споменава ,че така нареченото покръстване на Киевска Рус е направено от Боян Мага и първите книги са на глаголица . Руският и българският са близки защото руснаците просто говорят български диалект ,като македонците ,руснаците са били част от Стара Велика България .
@rumenmarchev3031
@rumenmarchev3031 3 жыл бұрын
@@svetoslavstanev3741 това е малко в сферата на патриотизма, имаме исторически връзки но генетично сме коренно различни.
@svetoslavstanev3741
@svetoslavstanev3741 3 жыл бұрын
@@rumenmarchev3031 кой ви говори нещо за генетика , по принцип дори думата българин не означава генотип .Българската империя е била много по голяма от сегашната територия на Русия в тая империя са влизали различни народи които пак са се наричали България . В един период от време на територията дето живеем сега не се е казвало България . България е се е казвало там където сега е Македония .
@rumenmarchev3031
@rumenmarchev3031 3 жыл бұрын
@@svetoslavstanev3741 коя българска империя е по-голяма от Русия? 😃 Тук доста прекалявате. В максималния си обхват(при Симеон) България е може би около 600 000 кв. км. Днешна Русия е над 17 млн. кв. км. Иначе да македонците са етнически българи, но не за това идеше реч тук, а за близостта на езика ни с руския. И да според мен тя идва от църковнославянския(средновековен български език), на който се проповядва и от множеството литература, която Русия заема от нас през Средновековието, както и ние правим същото през Възрожденството и следосвобожденския период.
@Rubtsovskball
@Rubtsovskball 3 жыл бұрын
Наши языки так похожи! 🇷🇺❤️🇧🇬
@elikakubardia2898
@elikakubardia2898 3 жыл бұрын
И флаги кстати тоже.
@user-mr6ui4fy5h
@user-mr6ui4fy5h 3 жыл бұрын
Как и наши рожи PS: мы же в рифму играем, да?
@user-gx2fg2ll1j
@user-gx2fg2ll1j 3 жыл бұрын
Elik Akubardia, Белый, синий, красный - панславянские цвета. Флаги большинства славянских стран имеют бело-сине-красные цвета в различных вариантах.
@user-gx2fg2ll1j
@user-gx2fg2ll1j 3 жыл бұрын
Александр Яковлев, Я написал БОЛЬШИНСТВА: 1) Россия, Чехия, Словакия, Сербия, Хорватия, Словения - 6 штук. 2) Имеют два цвета из трёх: Польша, Болгария - 2 штуки. 3) Остальные: Украина, Белоруссия, Черногория, Македония, Босния - 5 штук. Ну 6-ть - это уже большинство. Если конечно страны имеющие только два цвета причислить к группе (3), то не большинство. Но надо обратить внимание на то, что 6-ть стран имеют идентичные три цвета, а флаги не из этой группы между собой какой-то группы по цветам не образуют (совпадение цветов не более чем между парами стран). Насчёт панславянских цветов - это не я придумал: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan-Slavic_colors Что означает Ваше "и то половина от одного государства" я могу только гадать. Если Вы про Сербию, Хорватию и Словению, то объединяя их в Югославию Вы получаете 1-н флаг вместо 3-х, но тогда и 5 "неподходящих" флага (Украина, Белоруссия, Черногория, Македония, Босния) исчезают. Если уж тогда брать предлагаемый Вами период, то: 1) Югославия, Чехословакия - 2 шт. 2) Польша, Болгария - 2 шт. 3) СССР (у РИ был исторический БСК флаг) - 0,5 шт. Кроме того есть исторические и региональные БСК флаги. И ещё раз: БСК флаги образуют группу, а другие нет.
@madik1585
@madik1585 3 жыл бұрын
4oko e loko
@kultegin9935
@kultegin9935 3 жыл бұрын
There is a feature of Slavic languages. If you know one of them, then the others seem a little funny.
@dejanstoimenovski2350
@dejanstoimenovski2350 3 жыл бұрын
Like they speak like they are from some vilage :)
@user-gx2fg2ll1j
@user-gx2fg2ll1j 3 жыл бұрын
It exist for many close languages. For example, Americans are amused by the British accent.
@volodymyrchumak3593
@volodymyrchumak3593 3 жыл бұрын
I noticed the same thing about beer. If you are used to normal beer, non-alcoholic beer seems a bit funny
@Pidalin
@Pidalin 3 жыл бұрын
@@user-gx2fg2ll1j But British or American accents are just accents, they can understand everything, that doesn't work with Slavic languages, for example me as Czech I can understand only random words from eastern and southern slavic languages, it's not enough for conversation.
@Pidalin
@Pidalin 3 жыл бұрын
@weirdalfanatic2788 We can understand something like 90-95% of Slovak language if both sides are trying to use common words and not some dialects, but it's still uncomfortable when you have to speak with Slovaks whole day in work for example beause you have to be more focused on what they saying and they will not make it easier to you. With formal Slovak language it's not problem, but Slovaks from eastern Slovakia have terrible accent, they sound almost like Ukrainians so it's not so good with them. But formal slovak is ok, when I am watching some movie or something in TV in Slovak language, I almost don't know it's different language, but real spoken Slovak is different case.
@jelenaivanovic4216
@jelenaivanovic4216 3 жыл бұрын
Understood it all!! Awesome! Thank you Bahador and friends 😀 Love from 🇷🇸
@Andrij_Kozak
@Andrij_Kozak 3 жыл бұрын
Do you know what kordon, zhiriy,oblichya,tsibulya, misto, vogon means ? In Ukrainian we use different words.
@bodyaindahood97
@bodyaindahood97 3 жыл бұрын
@@Andrij_Kozak Андрий, наврятли. Мне кажется эти слова будут схожи с западнославянскими языками. Русский, все же больше ближе к южным
@madik1585
@madik1585 3 жыл бұрын
КЗЛ
@MilleniumBK
@MilleniumBK 2 жыл бұрын
@@bodyaindahood97 Один - два века назад русский и болгарский были вообще очень близкие.
@raca1952
@raca1952 2 жыл бұрын
@@MilleniumBK Сербскиј тоже!
@moriganvrana5339
@moriganvrana5339 3 жыл бұрын
Аз съм българка. Здравейте, братя! Много любов от България!!! I am Bulgarian. Hello, brothers! Love from Bulgaria!!!🇧🇬🇷🇺
@lietuvimyleksavokalba2725
@lietuvimyleksavokalba2725 3 жыл бұрын
Aš esu (esm) lietuvis. Tu esi (esmi) bulgarė? Aš spaudžiu tau dešine ranką kaip meška.
@moriganvrana5339
@moriganvrana5339 3 жыл бұрын
@@lietuvimyleksavokalba2725 Yes, I'm Bulgarian. Love to Lithuania! Да, аз съм българка. Много любов за Литва!
@nessa_0955
@nessa_0955 3 жыл бұрын
Hello sisters, love from Bulgaria!!
@user-ul6mk2hl3l
@user-ul6mk2hl3l 3 жыл бұрын
Привет из России.
@trakyakzanyzbeya8037
@trakyakzanyzbeya8037 3 жыл бұрын
zdravey bro bulgariya mnogo chudesno
@darjanmarjanovic4319
@darjanmarjanovic4319 3 жыл бұрын
Love Russia and Bulgaria from Serbia.😘❤️
@aleksk4151
@aleksk4151 3 жыл бұрын
love to Serbia
@nikomn
@nikomn 3 жыл бұрын
Живјели, брате! :)
@assaulths897
@assaulths897 3 жыл бұрын
Косово Сербия
@aleksinatetka
@aleksinatetka 3 жыл бұрын
It happened so that I was born in Bulgaria, and It also happened that I spent some of my teenage years in a Russian environment. I understand Bulgarian like every other Serbian does, and I love Russian which remains my first preferred language for so many years. Bahador, I've been following your channel for quite a while and I find it amazing, keep up the good work!
@piratassarajevo4293
@piratassarajevo4293 3 жыл бұрын
@@assaulths897 više nije😅
@andreyiforoff8891
@andreyiforoff8891 2 жыл бұрын
Когда читаю, что-то на болгарском языке, то понимаю почти все. Когда слушаю речь возникают сложности.
@ivanivanov7685
@ivanivanov7685 2 жыл бұрын
Това е защото диалектите са няколко плюс македонския езикът им е български диалект.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
Да не е заради звукът Ъ най-вече, който те изпързаля, при разбирането му?
@mimieyaka5106
@mimieyaka5106 Жыл бұрын
Me with russian
@minamineva
@minamineva Жыл бұрын
Трябва да ти говорят бавно
@user-hb5dp4tc2x
@user-hb5dp4tc2x 9 ай бұрын
Защото руският език произлиза от българският език. Тази азбука е измислена в България и дадена на Русия от цар Симеон Велики,но по късно е променена при вас
@auberginesonofdude7970
@auberginesonofdude7970 3 жыл бұрын
I guess Russian and Bulgarian language is pretty close, so when they were trying to 'guess' each other's sentences it ended so fast and it was like "OK, you can go now." Thanks for the video.
@junaid1040
@junaid1040 3 жыл бұрын
Are you Muslim?
@auberginesonofdude7970
@auberginesonofdude7970 3 жыл бұрын
@@junaid1040 Why you want to know?
@auberginesonofdude7970
@auberginesonofdude7970 3 жыл бұрын
@@user-hl9vy8on3r Crazy Maks, I am not sure you are saying good things or bad things.
@markomiljkovic1137
@markomiljkovic1137 3 жыл бұрын
@@junaid1040 Why do you keep asking this annoying question everywhere I see you comment?
@auberginesonofdude7970
@auberginesonofdude7970 3 жыл бұрын
@@markomiljkovic1137 Too right mate. It is about languages and suddenly someone comes and asks your religion.
@AloysioWisnu
@AloysioWisnu 3 жыл бұрын
She is the Bulgarian lady from Dating Beyond Borders 😀
@nandy178
@nandy178 3 жыл бұрын
I understand almost all Bulgarian words on and my mother language is Croatian. I really enjoyed in this video. Great job as always.
@markomiljkovic1137
@markomiljkovic1137 3 жыл бұрын
Same 👍👍
@madik1585
@madik1585 3 жыл бұрын
КУР ЗА ЛЕВСКИ КЗЛ КЗЛ
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
Croatian is the closest language to Bulgarian ... well Serbo-Croatian
@voyagersquaremuzika
@voyagersquaremuzika 3 жыл бұрын
@@Huyedelomalo I learn Russian and i think that Croatian i very very similar to both of these langagues! Some word are more like Bulgarian and some more like Russian ,so... :) But Croatian is also very similar to Slovak! :)
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 4 ай бұрын
@@Huyedelomalo No, Macedonian is! Serbo-Croatian is somewhat close but most Bulgarians understand it only 80%, while Macedonian is 90-95% understandable. Russian is also quite close but the people who've studied it, understand it better than Serbo-Croatian, while for average Bulgarian who've never encountered it's a challenge. But that's because Bulgarian changed a lot and had the most reforms while Russian barely have changed from 18th century so that's why.
@FirstnameLastname-qe3ry
@FirstnameLastname-qe3ry 3 жыл бұрын
shoutout to our Slavic brothers 🇷🇺❤️🇧🇬 🇷🇺❤️🇧🇬 🇷🇺❤️🇧🇬
@madik1585
@madik1585 3 жыл бұрын
4oko e loko
@madik1585
@madik1585 3 жыл бұрын
и КЗЛ КЗЛ
@danieldaniel-cd1lg
@danieldaniel-cd1lg 3 жыл бұрын
You think they are both slavic?
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
@BNL yes BNL is a gypsy but we Bulgarians are Slavic
@user-ls2pf8um5y
@user-ls2pf8um5y 3 жыл бұрын
@a but Slavic languages and slav people live in Bulgaria
@nikomn
@nikomn 3 жыл бұрын
Браво, най-после и българско участие :)!
@indoorspecies
@indoorspecies 3 жыл бұрын
Удивительно, насколько языки близки
@indoorspecies
@indoorspecies 3 жыл бұрын
It's amazing how close our languages. Thanks for amazing content.
@user-zd1rl2vq6x
@user-zd1rl2vq6x 2 жыл бұрын
а люди по расе далёки (чужие друг другу)
@angelao3273
@angelao3273 3 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian is so beautiful. I studied it years ago and still understand a lot of it. It definitely has alot of similarities with Russian and Serbian.
@user-mm2ro2tm4r
@user-mm2ro2tm4r 11 ай бұрын
I'm studying it also, along with Spanish and French. Still deciding whether I want to know Korean or Chinese
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 4 ай бұрын
The grammar is quite different from both so good luck learning the verb tenses and conjugations which makes Bulgarian not so easy to learn as they say.
@Mattteus
@Mattteus 3 жыл бұрын
I now want to learn Bulgarian now
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
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@LouieManiac
@LouieManiac 2 жыл бұрын
Just to warn u its not an easy language
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
Do Persian vs. Bulgarian... once you're able to. Everyone will be surprised :) Lady doesn't speak Russian, yet she understood everything. Which proves our languages are very close.
@IK-so2bm
@IK-so2bm 2 жыл бұрын
There are over 800 words in Bulgarian that are the same in Persian.
@k.c7655
@k.c7655 2 жыл бұрын
Wow. I'm Bulgarian and would be very interested to watch such a video. I love Persian culture!
@InterSlavicLight
@InterSlavicLight 3 жыл бұрын
Odlično! | Great! | Одлично! 🇷🇺🇧🇾🇺🇦🇵🇱🇨🇿🇸🇰🇲🇰🇧🇬🇷🇸🇲🇪🇧🇦🇭🇷🇸🇮 Medžuslovjansky jezyk | InterSlavic Language │Меджусловjaнскы jезык Pozdrav ko vsim! │Поздрав ко всим! Učimo se govoriti medžuslovjansky, jerbo hočemo razumiti vsih Slovjanov. │Учимо се говорити меджусловјанскы, јербо хочемо разумити всих Словјанов.
@LunatTuT
@LunatTuT Жыл бұрын
О небеса, я понял всё!
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 4 ай бұрын
BG: Отлично! Междуславянски език: Поздрав към всички! Уча се да говоря междуславянски, защото бих искал да разумявам всички славяни. RU: Отлично! Междуславянский язык: Привет всем! Я учусь говорить междуславянский, потому что я хотел бы разуметь всех славян.
@user-qt9vn1yj8x
@user-qt9vn1yj8x 2 жыл бұрын
Что есть дома у каждого русского мужика? Надежная БОЛГАРКА!
@user-ym4em9by1g
@user-ym4em9by1g 2 ай бұрын
And Pizda😁
@polinafrommoscow4132
@polinafrommoscow4132 2 жыл бұрын
We had the words "oko" (eye) and "ochi" (eyes) in the Old Slavic language. But now we use the words "glaz" and "glaza", which were borrowed from German, if I'm not mistaken. In the Russian literature of the New time, you can find this outdated word. But the "oko" is not yet forgotten. Every educated Russian knows it. And sometimes I use this word. Cause it's sounds beautuful.😊 Люблю Болгарию из России! 🇷🇺 💗 🇧🇬
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
Също както думата ,,двер". На български тази дума е архаична и вместо това използваме ,,врата" за ,,дверь". Не съм сигурен откога сме я заменили, но предполагам от 30-те години може би. Също
@polinafrommoscow4132
@polinafrommoscow4132 2 жыл бұрын
​@@HeroManNick132 о, у нас есть слово «ворота» (или устаревшее «врата»), но это означает нечто друггое. Oh, we have the word "vorota" (or the obsolete "vrata"), but that means something else. It is used more as a "gate."
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
@@polinafrommoscow4132 Аз те разбрах без превод изненадващо. Повечето руснаци казват колко българския и руския не са близки езици, но това не е вярно :). И да ние на ,,gate" ѝ казваме порта обаче :).
@alex-em4em
@alex-em4em 2 жыл бұрын
I believe that the word "глаз" comes from the word "гледам" which in Bulgarian means "watch" (смотреть).
@polinafrommoscow4132
@polinafrommoscow4132 2 жыл бұрын
@@alex-em4em maybe. In Russian there is a similar word "глядеть". Actually, there are several theories of the origin of the word "глаз".
@ThanhMaiOFFICIAL
@ThanhMaiOFFICIAL 3 жыл бұрын
Quite interesting to compare these two languages. I’m sure many people will find this informative and educational 🧐👍
@azraau2559
@azraau2559 3 жыл бұрын
they are same language in fact
@PyromaN93
@PyromaN93 3 жыл бұрын
@@azraau2559 not really. They are close, maybe Bulgarian is the closest slavic language to Russian, if copare others southern and western slavic languages, if we will compare lexic part, but grammar is different.
@roatskm2337
@roatskm2337 3 жыл бұрын
Thank you for including Bulgarian for first time! They really are very similar, actyually there are a big amount of words shared onlt between them and not with the other Slavic languages! (Because they have both influeced eahother in the past) My suggestion is Bulgarian vs Romanian! Greetings from Bulgaria! :)
@skelet8337
@skelet8337 3 жыл бұрын
Romanian and Bulgarian are very different it will be almost no right answer
@AthanatosBG
@AthanatosBG 3 жыл бұрын
@@skelet8337 They are closer than you think.
@topsunnn
@topsunnn 2 жыл бұрын
@@skelet8337 there are many similar words, or even the same word. But thats more if you compare older romanian with bulgarian
@a.n.6374
@a.n.6374 3 жыл бұрын
Finally :) Following you since 2 years :D
@blacksea90
@blacksea90 3 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian and Russian are very similar when it comes to vocabulary, but rather different when it comes to grammar,syntax and phonology.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 4 ай бұрын
Lol, the grammar between Russian and Bulgarian is vastly different. Russian doesn't use ''да'' as ''to'' as Bulgarian and Russian lacks of verbs ''to be'' as Bulgarian. Yes, they may have ''есть'' and some rarely used forms as ''сам/суть'' but they are rarely used and mostly not required as the Bulgarian ''съм, си, е, сме, сте, са'' Bulgarian used to have ''есть'' as well, but it was shortened to just ''е'' and nowadays it's only used in ''тоест.'' Russian also lacks of vocative case that Bulgarian still has to this day, while Bulgarian lack of every other case that Russian has (even though there are some leftovers that are still used to this day). Plus Bulgarian with Macedonian are the only Slavic languages that don't have infinitive form anymore, while the rest have it still. And Bulgarian and Russian share only 73% similarities in words which is a lot but still not as a lot as lets say Macedonian which is the closest language to Bulgarian. The closest language in terms of grammar to Russian is Belarusian, despite it shares the most similar words with Ukrainian and Polish. And as usual there are some false friends between both: BG: майка - mother RU: майка - undershirt BG: мишка - mouse (female specifically) RU: мишка - bear (female) BG: висок - tall RU: висок - temple (part of the head) BG: булка - bride RU: булка - bun of bread BG: пила - file (tool for cutting metal) RU: пила - saw (tool for cutting wood) BG: доч - stop (for horse only) RU: дочь - daughter And more.
@sotoslfcclips7519
@sotoslfcclips7519 4 ай бұрын
​@@HeroManNick132thank you for that 🙏
@user-vq6td2rb7x
@user-vq6td2rb7x 3 ай бұрын
​@@HeroManNick132 мишка is diminutive form of bear in Russian, not female bear. Female bear is медведица.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 3 ай бұрын
@@user-vq6td2rb7x Well, for us ''мишка'' is a female mouse which became the standard form ''миш'' is old-fashioned which later one became ''мишок'' We have ''медвед, медведица'' but it's archaic, while nowadays we say ''мечок, мечка'' and for diminutive form it will be ''меченце'' while for little bear is ''мече.''
@user-vq6td2rb7x
@user-vq6td2rb7x 3 ай бұрын
@@HeroManNick132 Bulgarian "мишка" sounds like Russian "мышка", diminutive for "mouse" so we are close in these words.
@paries1014
@paries1014 3 жыл бұрын
Im deeply in love with bulgarian language,culture ,custom from iran god bless this beautiful country and nation ❤❤❤
@nikomn
@nikomn 3 жыл бұрын
متشکرم ! خدا تو رو هم حفظ کنه! سلام بر ایران!
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
Yes me too but vice versa: in LOVE with Iranian culture God bless this beautiful country and nation and people and music and food and what not :)
@aDionisss
@aDionisss 3 жыл бұрын
Thx from Bulgaria🇧🇬
@Nora-sw6uh
@Nora-sw6uh 3 жыл бұрын
It makes me happy! Love from Bulgaria! :)
@paries1014
@paries1014 3 жыл бұрын
@@Nora-sw6uh i love bulgarian people 🌹🌹🌹
@arunimasaha4171
@arunimasaha4171 3 жыл бұрын
A video that I've been waiting for a long time
@Marco-mw9ky
@Marco-mw9ky 3 жыл бұрын
Wonderful ! The Bulgarian woman is very pretty . Thank you for your videos. It helps me so much because I m in quarantine .
@powerbatterychannel4315
@powerbatterychannel4315 3 жыл бұрын
As always,very interesting! Thanks, Bahador!
@nasikarampour9169
@nasikarampour9169 3 жыл бұрын
Interesting I was waiting so long.
@markomiljkovic1137
@markomiljkovic1137 3 жыл бұрын
Same here 👍
@Marco-mw9ky
@Marco-mw9ky 3 жыл бұрын
The Bulgarian woman is wonderful . Unfortunately as Italian I don’t understand anything . But anyway thank you bahador!!!
@IK-so2bm
@IK-so2bm 2 жыл бұрын
If you listen carefully you will hear many, many words that are the same in Italian.
@dorinpopa6962
@dorinpopa6962 3 жыл бұрын
You know what's curious, I am from Moldova and I speak Romanian and Russian and in Romanian "glas" is exactly like in Bulgarian and "maica" is one of the ways to refer to mother. Supper interesting exploring the cultural connections.
@Raoxsttelle
@Raoxsttelle 3 жыл бұрын
"romanians" identified as bulgarians until the last 300-400 years... especially wallachians. Also first written romanian was in bulgarian cyrillic.
@dorinpopa6962
@dorinpopa6962 3 жыл бұрын
@@Raoxsttelle this is not quite accurate. The first Bulgarian Empire for sure had a big, as then referred to, Vlach population. Some sources call it the Bulgarian and Vlach Empire. The oldest attested writing, Neacșu's letter, is written using the Cyrillic script and the first sentence with the greeting is straight up in Church Slavonic (aka Old Bulgarian). Writings from that era have a lot of Slavic vocabulary, but all that said the Latin derived grammar and vocabulary is still clear. Romanian then changed a lot during the 19th century. The script was changed to Latin and a lot of changes in vocabulary were introduced, favoring words with Latin roots, making new words and borrowing vocabulary from other Romance languages, especially French.
@voyagersquaremuzika
@voyagersquaremuzika 3 жыл бұрын
I am from Croatia and i understood everything ! Croatian is very similar to both of these langagues!
@dusannn
@dusannn 2 жыл бұрын
Wait? Croatian? Isn't it like Serbian🧐? I'm Kazakh..just asking(no hate)
@user-xd8pg8wk7t
@user-xd8pg8wk7t Жыл бұрын
@@dusannn это то же самое практически. Сербохорватский язык.
@HBC101TVStudios
@HBC101TVStudios 11 ай бұрын
Croatian and Bulgarian are varieties of the South Slavic Serbo-Croatian language.
@nikolainikolov4620
@nikolainikolov4620 5 ай бұрын
​@@HBC101TVStudios😂 Cyrillic is created in Bulgaria, serbo creating is variates of Bulgarian
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 4 ай бұрын
@@HBC101TVStudios Stop with your Serbian fairly tales. Open and book and you'll see that Serbo-Croatian is a South Western branch of the South Slavic languages, while Bulgarian and Macedonian are South Eastern branch of the South Slavic languages.
@rishsharma16
@rishsharma16 3 жыл бұрын
4:49 The man implies that the woman before him is pretty. *Clever Russian*
@sanchesseli
@sanchesseli 3 жыл бұрын
She is indeed.
@thevitruvianman9781
@thevitruvianman9781 3 жыл бұрын
He likes her, you can tell from his body language.
@BGSlopy
@BGSlopy 3 жыл бұрын
@Pepelucho Ramos Arquinga Bulgarians are mix between two very diferent main ethnic groups - slavs and tracians. Tracians mostly were typica mediterranean people whit darker skin and hair. Naturaly darker pigmenation genese are dominant , so when the two mixed you got more darker people. I mean mediteranian caucasian dark not sub african dark . But the recesive geens are still in the gene pool so when you get mixed children - usualy russian - bulgarian couples ( we got many such families in my home town) - the kids come out blonde, usualy. Aside from that you have many other minor genetic contributions - pecheneg, roman , khazar , magyar , celt even some asian genes from the proto-bulgarians. Most bulgarians that you will meet on the streets are whit brown , or dark brown hair , usualy above avarage height. The bulgarian females are usualy whit lighter skin than the males and offen dye their hair, so some of them can appear more slavic or some like the girl in the video more mediteranian - like italian , spanish and so on. The girl here for me is much more attactive than the many "pure" slav girls i saw when i was in the Russian federation. But im not really in to blound girls.
@Holzkissen.
@Holzkissen. 2 жыл бұрын
@@BGSlopy takes for the info. Isn't it beautiful to lean something new
@IK-so2bm
@IK-so2bm 2 жыл бұрын
@@BGSlopy Along with the Thracians, Celts and Goths also occupied those lands. One of the Roman emperors was called Maximius, a goth, about 7 ft tall.
@supremerevelations
@supremerevelations 3 жыл бұрын
As a learner of Russian, this was a fun video. I was pleasantly surprised at how much Bulgarian I understood. Such beautiful languages, a good matchup
@stavcho
@stavcho 3 жыл бұрын
Patroling the Mojave , almost makes you wish for a nuclear winter ...
@Alexis-nd9kw
@Alexis-nd9kw 3 жыл бұрын
that's great! props to you for researching russian
@karolinafilipovaivanova5351
@karolinafilipovaivanova5351 2 жыл бұрын
Аз съм българка ! А ти? ;)
@supremerevelations
@supremerevelations 2 жыл бұрын
@@stavcho hahaha 😆 great game series
@supremerevelations
@supremerevelations 2 жыл бұрын
@@karolinafilipovaivanova5351 Я Англичанин, аха. Хочу поехать в Болгарию! :)
@zain6348
@zain6348 3 жыл бұрын
This video is very interesting! I like this video! 😀
@paulwesley27
@paulwesley27 3 жыл бұрын
Yes!! Thanks so much, been waiting so long to see this on your channel!
@eurovisionsongcontestsweden
@eurovisionsongcontestsweden 3 жыл бұрын
Sending love to our neighbours - good friends, Bulgaria and to our brothers, Russia from Greece 🇬🇷 🇧🇬 🇷🇺
@IVANTHETEA
@IVANTHETEA 3 жыл бұрын
Greetings from Russia, with love
@Just_a_Lad
@Just_a_Lad 3 жыл бұрын
efharisto neighbour
@koietoi
@koietoi 3 жыл бұрын
since when greeks that are notning like slavs feel brotherly love to russians?
@symphonymph3562
@symphonymph3562 3 жыл бұрын
@@koietoi Orthodoxy
@ketzexi6276
@ketzexi6276 Жыл бұрын
@@koietoi both orthodox christians
@cmcnadejda5960
@cmcnadejda5960 3 жыл бұрын
Excellent guys!!! Both participants are so charming. And I guess we can have the Persian - Bulgaria at some time 🤔
@junaid1040
@junaid1040 3 жыл бұрын
Are you Muslim?
@cmcnadejda5960
@cmcnadejda5960 3 жыл бұрын
@@junaid1040 no.
@user-cs7tq2iz1g
@user-cs7tq2iz1g 3 жыл бұрын
3:49 Yes, we say "ochi", it sound old-fashioned, but still understandable.
@user-cs7tq2iz1g
@user-cs7tq2iz1g 3 жыл бұрын
Also, Russian has two origins: Old Church Slavonic (which is old Bulgurian, actually) and old Russian, so often we have two version of words. Expl: Glas - Golos Vrag - Vorog Grad - Gorod... And so on. Both of them are understandable, but one of a pair considered as obsolete, old-style, while another considered as modern.
@MrNomadRussian
@MrNomadRussian 3 жыл бұрын
Have you ever noticed that the words "eye" and "oko" were the one word in the indoeuropean language about 5 thousand years ago, but changed many times later in both descendants? (Germanic-English and Slavic-Bulgarian/Russian)
@imionfamilin7057
@imionfamilin7057 2 жыл бұрын
@@MrNomadRussian latin oculus - oko
@MrNomadRussian
@MrNomadRussian 2 жыл бұрын
​@@imionfamilin7057 it's actually the same word :D but it has different pronunciation cause of people was living separately for centuries, thousands of years even.
@olegpetrov9919
@olegpetrov9919 3 жыл бұрын
It was not that difficult. Emil is using modern Russian words, though some Bulgarian words Nelly is using are still known to Russians as obsolete or poetic, like: голос-глас, город-град, глаз-око-очи. Also, most of Russian adjectives have full & short forms, and the short forms match the Bulgarian adjectives, like the word "tall": высокий-высок ("висок" in Bulgarian).
@olegpetrov9919
@olegpetrov9919 2 жыл бұрын
​@@janakolasinac1686 Yes, "oко-очи" is common for most of the Slavic languages. In Russian, it is used in the classic translation of the Bible. It still can be heard in communication but not often. It is both, obsolete and poetic. There is a Russian saying: "Видели очи, что покупали"- "your saw what you were buying, with your own eyes", which means "it was your own choice, do not complain now". Also the spectacles or glasses are "очки" in Russian. this word is also a part of a few compound words like like "очевидец"-eyewitness, "очевидно"-obviously. I understand, "као у песами" is "как в песне"😊 [ like in the song ]?
@franconicolasmendez339
@franconicolasmendez339 3 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian is so beautiful, I love speaking it!
@cythism8106
@cythism8106 3 жыл бұрын
Russian is *FAR* harder then Bulgarian. Bulgarian has no cases where Russian has 6. And there is probably more that I don't know.
@aDionisss
@aDionisss 2 жыл бұрын
@@cythism8106 true bulgarian is also the closest to English out of all the slavic languages and easiest
@jordan9339
@jordan9339 2 жыл бұрын
The girl or the language :).She is gorgeous.
@franconicolasmendez339
@franconicolasmendez339 2 жыл бұрын
@@aDionisss Not only to English but Romance languages as well, since I'm native Spanish speaker and studying Portuguese, Italian and French, I can say it has lots of similarities, so I find easier to learn Bulgarian! And learning Bulgarian leds me to understand a bit of Serbian, Slovak, amongst other slavic languages. It's all a red lol
@franconicolasmendez339
@franconicolasmendez339 2 жыл бұрын
@@jordan9339 She's indeed! I'm convinced that Bulgarian people are the prettiest around Europe!
@shad0weee987
@shad0weee987 3 жыл бұрын
Most of the words are basically the same or very similar in Polish. Some words weren't even familiar, but generally I understood both languages.
@MilleniumBK
@MilleniumBK 2 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian Slavs arrived from Poland. The genetic test of Bulgarians shows significative percent western Slavic influence.
@jackblack3718
@jackblack3718 11 ай бұрын
Very informative video, and super helpful for anybody looking to learn the languages, or just understand the cultures better! Thank you for this excellent video.
@yorgunsamuray
@yorgunsamuray 3 жыл бұрын
I am also studying Bulgarian and have studied Russian before. And one thing I observed is the "е" of Russian mostly becomes "я" in Bulgarian, i.e. Bread=Хлеб in Russian and Хляб in Bulgarian. Their stress seems to be different as I see from this video. And the letter о in Bulgarian, just is a "closed o" and doesn't become an A as in Russian. One more thing, очи (ochi) also means "eye" in Russian but used more or less in a poetic sense. As in the song "Очи Чёрные" (Dark Eyes). My requests: Turkish-Bulgarian & Greek-Bulgarian (if you don't already have them)
@valenesco45
@valenesco45 3 жыл бұрын
Pretty similar to Italian "occhio" read as okkio (open O, double K sound)
@hamishdomergue8810
@hamishdomergue8810 3 жыл бұрын
@@valenesco45 Interesting, because in Russian: Oko (single) Ochi (plural)
@a.n.6374
@a.n.6374 3 жыл бұрын
We have some bulgarian dialects where я is replaced by an e. There was a very specific historical letter ѣ en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yat, which had a kind of in between я and е pronunciation. In western dialects it used to go closer to an e(as it is in Serbian) and in eastern to a я, nobody was really doing it right, unless well educated. After this letter got removed in a reform, it was settled which words should remain spelled with a я and which ones with an е. However western dialects(that includes Sofia) tend to pronounce an е even in words where it should be я, as a reflex of the pre-reform way. Some of those words are the ones you notice this switch from russian - хляб/хлеб. It should be noted though that the bulgarian e is pronounced as a russian э.
@fivantvcs9055
@fivantvcs9055 3 жыл бұрын
Indeed. Ochi is also used in Ukrainian.
@yorgunsamuray
@yorgunsamuray 3 жыл бұрын
@Dimitrij Fedorov that was what my teacher said back at the language course. Maybe she wanted to simplify stuff.
@ilitchid
@ilitchid 3 жыл бұрын
In Romanian the word pojar which is read like pozhar (fire in both languages) means measles
@MegaQo
@MegaQo 3 жыл бұрын
Your skin is on fire, in a poetic way.
@Martytoofree
@Martytoofree 3 жыл бұрын
in czech požár doesn´t mean literally fire, but more like when building catch a fire, or if forest is in fire, basicly something like uncontroled fire, I don´t know if english has a word for that, measles are spalničky, because pálit = to burn
@SantomPh
@SantomPh 3 жыл бұрын
@@Martytoofree the English word would be "blaze" or "wildfire" if it is in a forest. A huge fire that is spreading quickly is a "conflagration".
@Me7aLfAn
@Me7aLfAn 3 жыл бұрын
@@Martytoofree In Bulgarian it's the same meaning, požar (пожар) for uncontrolled fire and ogan (огън) for fire. We also say plamak (пламък) for a flame and the process of burning itself is gorene (горене). Palja, zapalja (паля, запаля - 1st person singular, no infinitive in Bulgarian) means that I (or someone else if the verbs are in other tense) deliberately started the fire. A lighter is zapalka (запалка).
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
and voinic means soldier in Bulgarian :)
@olegpetrov9919
@olegpetrov9919 3 жыл бұрын
Russian evolved from Church Slavonic which was based on Old Bulgarian & was the literary language of Medieval Rus. So the vocabularies of both languages are pretty similar.
@valentinpirone6471
@valentinpirone6471 3 жыл бұрын
Yes, that's why the russian guy understands more. It is the same when a Portughese understands Spanish but a Spanish doesn't understand that much. The same between Romanian and an Italian.
@spermatanaronito1233
@spermatanaronito1233 2 жыл бұрын
@@Sega22245 Dude, Bulgaria is the first Slavic country in the world and is the oldest, thanks to Pra Bulgarians all over the world writes in Cyrillic the Bulgarians gave the Russians the Cyrillic alphabet and they spread it, stop reading Russian nonsense and sites
@SonoftheSteppes
@SonoftheSteppes 2 жыл бұрын
@@Sega22245 Cyrilic was invented by St Clement of Ohrid,a Bulgarian monk. Stop your ignorance and go learn some history.
@tsvetoslaviliev6641
@tsvetoslaviliev6641 2 жыл бұрын
@@Sega22245 Cyrillus and Methodius invented GLAGOLITIC alphabet. CYRILIC alphabet was developed in Preslav Literally School, First Bulgarian Empire
@DVXDemetrivs
@DVXDemetrivs 2 жыл бұрын
@@spermatanaronito1233 как то вы сильно переоцениваете влияние болгарии на русь. Разница между богарами в том что их первооснова это разные племена, одни из которых оказалось ближе к развитой империи(от этого одними из первых получили алфавит), но при этом свзяь между болгарией и русью была не настолько что церковно славянский язык основой русского языка
@jacobschmaus9271
@jacobschmaus9271 3 жыл бұрын
Your videos are great! You must do English and German in the future. There are many similarities like "Fire" and "Feuer" that will make it interesting.
@piruz3243
@piruz3243 3 жыл бұрын
It's rather pointless. It'd be possible if the show was in another country. The German speaker will probably be able to speak English, as the show is in Toronto, so what would be the fun in that. And if he doesn't, it'd be quite awkward; what language is Bahador going to use to communicate with him?
@markomiljkovic1137
@markomiljkovic1137 3 жыл бұрын
@@piruz3243 Exactly what I was about to say haha
@user-hc3xc4yj7u
@user-hc3xc4yj7u 2 жыл бұрын
There was ( Ehren) in old English 🥚
@_juan.joao_
@_juan.joao_ 3 жыл бұрын
Loved the lady, I want to learn bulgarian with her :)
@emanuel3345
@emanuel3345 3 жыл бұрын
**Croatian:** Law: zakon Border: granica Sincere: iskren Nine days: devet dana Without help: bez pomoći Elbow: lakat Tall: visok (male form) Fire: požar Knee: koljeno Game: igra Voice: glas Onion: luk *(it also has second meaning: "bow" - like in russian, but with different stress on "u")* Face: lice Swamp: močvara City/town: grad Edit: The word close to "boloto" in croatian is "blato" but, that means **mud* in croatian
@vspedits2900
@vspedits2900 3 жыл бұрын
Visok is actually male form in bulgarian too, our female form for "tall" is visoka
@Velingrad80
@Velingrad80 2 жыл бұрын
@No U На български също казваме кромид. Лук и кромид са синоними.
@Velingrad80
@Velingrad80 2 жыл бұрын
@No U Например ние казваме кромид (onion), чесън (garlic), праз (leek), но и на трите може да кажем лук. Поздрави.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
In Bulgarian we have another alternative for swamp which is closer to the Serbo-Croatian močvara (мочвара). The closest words are either "мочур" or "мочурище" which is also the same one except in Macedonian is written as "мочуриште" because of the lack of "Щ" letter.
@HBC101TVStudios
@HBC101TVStudios 11 ай бұрын
Croatian and Bulgarian are varieties of the Serbo-Croatian language hence the identical vocabulary (with a little bit of differences in pronunciation)
@corinna007
@corinna007 3 жыл бұрын
I think I suggested this on your last video, but once you're able to record again, a video on Finnish vs. Estonian would be interesting. I've been learning Finnish for a few years and it's a fascinating language.
@SantomPh
@SantomPh 3 жыл бұрын
She makes me want to Bulgaria so much
@user-ym4em9by1g
@user-ym4em9by1g 2 ай бұрын
А русского стршненького нашли, аж песок сыпется из одного места😂
@mccardrixx5289
@mccardrixx5289 3 жыл бұрын
Another enjoyable video :D
@valenesco45
@valenesco45 3 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian sounds more clear and easier for me.
@Pidalin
@Pidalin 3 жыл бұрын
More clear yes, Russian accent can hide even completely same word, but easier, I would not say, for me as Czech probably not. :-D
@ricardolichtler3195
@ricardolichtler3195 3 жыл бұрын
And it is! Bulgarian does not have nominal declension.
@didi.222
@didi.222 3 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian, yes, sounds more clean.But, also, we have a one of the most difficult systems in pronunciation of words or in the language itself. So, if you are foreigner, maybe u can’t pronounce more than half of words at first try.
@linusthesporecreature9343
@linusthesporecreature9343 3 жыл бұрын
tedepetrova.O7 thats interesting, would you mind giving a few examples please?
@Halicos93
@Halicos93 3 жыл бұрын
As a Serbian both languages sound clear to me if the speed of their speech was slower.
@pierreabbat6157
@pierreabbat6157 3 жыл бұрын
How did I miss this one? I must have been watching Ecolinguist. Compared to Russian, Bulgarian has simplified the nouns and complicated the verbs. I got most of the words, but did not know блато, thought искрен had something to do with a spark, and was semantically off on пожар and локоть.
@noname-nz7me
@noname-nz7me 3 жыл бұрын
No, the verbs were always the same, we just changed the noun system.
@vojda
@vojda 3 жыл бұрын
And you are not mistaking, искрен has a lot to do with a spark! That's exactly the root - искра! It can be also used as a name.
@eatyourgreens1
@eatyourgreens1 3 жыл бұрын
Искра is Spark in Bulgarian
@emilaltanov7807
@emilaltanov7807 3 жыл бұрын
HOLY SHIT I LITERALLY GOT WATCHED A LOT OF VIDEOS TODAY AND WAS HOPING FOR THIS
@IVANTHETEA
@IVANTHETEA 3 жыл бұрын
Большое спасибо за видео, буду ждать новых выпусков с русским языком, крайне любопытная тема для меня. From Russia with love, have a nice day.
@TeodoraPenkova-ky6tj
@TeodoraPenkova-ky6tj 3 жыл бұрын
Аз съм от България.Но обичам Русия и България много💜.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 4 ай бұрын
А Путин обичаш ли го?
@nvs0k100
@nvs0k100 Ай бұрын
​какво общо има Путин с това@@HeroManNick132
@mfchik
@mfchik 2 жыл бұрын
Wow, that was cool!) Love you, guys )
@SheLuv_Dann
@SheLuv_Dann 3 жыл бұрын
Ехо аз съм от България-Hello I’m from 🇧🇬
@illillyillyo
@illillyillyo 3 жыл бұрын
I never would’ve guessed about the word “mother.” I understood the Bulgarian sentence as “My t-shirt has a nice face.”
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
Well, this is a false friend. We can use also "мама" which is the easier for you to guess, instead of "майка"
@Dr_MKUltra
@Dr_MKUltra Жыл бұрын
Lived in Bulgaria for 6 years. Lovely 🌹 people and culture.
@ricktownend9144
@ricktownend9144 3 жыл бұрын
Great video - more, please! This is good for international relations! I talk some Bulgarian, and a little Russian, and have always wondered why Bulgarians and Russians I know seem to regard the languages as so different. To me (native English-speaker) it seems very like becoming familiar with Scottish, Irish, American, Australian, or regional English dialects - all involve learning some new words, manner of speaking, and grammatical habits - e.g. many UK dialects regularly use combined negatives ("I don't know nothing"). British TV regularly features drama, news items, or simply personalities who speak in dialect, so most people are at least a bit aware of the similarities and distinctive features. Also - because 'English' has become a bit of a 'lingua franca' (as in this video) we are fairly familiar with typical 'English as spoken by foreigners'.
@bubachkobubachkov5519
@bubachkobubachkov5519 4 ай бұрын
100 years ago there was a huge reformation in the bulgarian language, officially. It removed many old things which are present in russian language now. Also through the centuries the bulgarian language has changed (the russian language seems not changed much). That's why nowadays the bulgarians do not understand the language used in the churches which we call it "church-slavic" language. That church-slavic language was used a lot let's say around year 1200, which is quite similar to the russian. Btw, may be 90-95% of the old bulgarian books written prior to 14th centuries are found in Russia. There are NO books found in Bulgaria - the ottoman turks destroyed everything! That's why the bulgarians love the russians - otherwise no one would believe that bulgaria was such an advanced country a long time ago
@ricktownend9144
@ricktownend9144 4 ай бұрын
@@bubachkobubachkov5519 Many thanks - благодаръа ви много - I suspected this might be the case! Was that when they got rid of the 'yot' letter? I gather that in different parts of Bulgaria even now some words have different pronunciation - and spelling because of that. Interesting about the old books: do you know if any of those are accessible on the internet (presumably as images rather than text)?
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 4 ай бұрын
@@ricktownend9144 благодаря*
@valenesco45
@valenesco45 3 жыл бұрын
She's gorgeous
@Libanaise_7
@Libanaise_7 3 жыл бұрын
valenesco45 i was looking for this comment ! Shes stunning
@toniangelo555
@toniangelo555 3 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian girls are extremely stunning and lovely. My favorite ones.. 😍
@datadummies3330
@datadummies3330 3 жыл бұрын
wow, i've waited alot for that :DD
@papazataklaattiranimam
@papazataklaattiranimam 3 жыл бұрын
Slavic connection
@RomanianOrder
@RomanianOrder 3 жыл бұрын
some are almost identical in romanian too
@roatskm2337
@roatskm2337 3 жыл бұрын
Yeah, like Glas! :)
@scottpascal3099
@scottpascal3099 3 жыл бұрын
@Dark gamer Shadow AFAIK Glas is used rarely most of the Romanians says Voce.
@rumenmarchev3031
@rumenmarchev3031 3 жыл бұрын
Romania was part of the Bulgarian empire in medieval times, also church slavonic was used in romanian masses until 19th century and we are the same people genetically so there you go.
@rumenmarchev3031
@rumenmarchev3031 3 жыл бұрын
@abcd efgh bulgarians are most similar with macedonians(former bulgarians) and romanians, we are thraco-dacians.
@RomanianOrder
@RomanianOrder 3 жыл бұрын
@Ricky Lindon I can tell you my friend that Romanian language was never not even close to be Bulgarian at any point in history and you should check some history books, perhaps Neacsu's Letter from the 1500s, which proves Romanian was always a latin language, in that specific letter, only one term being completely foreign to us which was "i pak" which probably comes from Turkish. Romanian Language had to take a drastic decision in the 18th century, approaching the west or the east, and we approached the west by borrowing a few words from the most influencial latin nation we knew of and appreciated, which was France.
@MyMaks999
@MyMaks999 2 жыл бұрын
Хорошее видео! Спасибо
@erhanaksu5160
@erhanaksu5160 3 жыл бұрын
I would definitely like to see a video with Russian or Bulgarian compared to a West Slavic language, like Czech. The western dialects have a more significant linguistic divergence than the South and East Slavic languages.
@Andrij_Kozak
@Andrij_Kozak 3 жыл бұрын
You just have to compare it to Ukrainian and then you see differences. Border in Ukrainian is kordon. Sincere is zhiriy. Without help is bez dopomogi. Fire is vogon. Onion is Tsibulya. Face is oblichya. City is misto.
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
You did it on purpose or by mistake? Call the Slavic languages dialects? Because that's what they are, they have some 1200 years of separate development
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
@@Andrij_Kozak just don't use English latin alphabet, use some Slavic Latin alphabet which distinguishes J Й and Y И please ... and C is Ц
@ulgrossu
@ulgrossu 2 жыл бұрын
@@Andrij_Kozak In this case Fire is not Вогонь , це пожежа
@giorgiadibono6937
@giorgiadibono6937 3 жыл бұрын
So interesting!
@katharinahuth4242
@katharinahuth4242 3 жыл бұрын
Very interesting some words are very similar to my Polish native language .
@Mmm1222_
@Mmm1222_ 3 жыл бұрын
Yayy slavic languages again! Thanks.
@Sake_Ikura_Don
@Sake_Ikura_Don 2 жыл бұрын
03:50 The word "Glaz - eye" began to supplant the word "Oco - eye” around the 17th century maybe, but did not completely supplant it, but formed a sublime, poetic meaning for the word "Ochi - eyes". “Ochi” are always big, beautiful, clear eyes. In the poetry of past centuries, the word «Ochi» has always been used to define beautiful eyes. But the “Glaza - eyes” can be different, it’s like any other regular eyes lol. Both words appeared in antiquity, although the images behind them are different. The word "Oco - eye" is related to such words as "oculist", "ocular", and is derived from the ancient Indo-European root meaning ‘look, see’. This means that the “Oco” is what one is looking with. But the word "Glaz - eye" is already a secondary, metaphorically figurative representation of the organ of vision as a small transparent pebble in the form of a ball. This root can be found in Czech «hlazec - gem», Old German «Glas - pebble of amber» and English word «glass» You can find such an expression as «Колечко с глазком - Kolechko s GLAZkom - The ring with an eye» which means “ring with a small pebble”. Nowadays, the words "Ochi" and "Oco” are used very rarely. Even in poetry, these words are not often found.
@user-hc3xc4yj7u
@user-hc3xc4yj7u 2 жыл бұрын
In Arabic there old and strange word meaning eye it is (Ak)
@YaShoom
@YaShoom Жыл бұрын
Why do you say that the word "glaz" is secondary? Indeed, as the language evolved, the "oko" also once arose and replaced the previous word.
@riazadhikari6418
@riazadhikari6418 3 жыл бұрын
Hey man, I am starting to watch your videos and while I really enjoy the premise of your channel and the videos it produces, I have a few constructive criticisms, you can take it with as much salt as you'd like. 1 - A major part of this seems to be your camera-shyness (which has improved drastically compared to the older videos I have seen), an improvement to make this less apparent may to sit up completely straight in your chair and let your body language show that you are in charge as the presenter. This could be supplemented with more boisterous, energetic interjections, so that you don't get spoken over on your own video. 2 - It would be interesting to both the viewers and partakers if maybe you included the linguistic background a bit. Maybe if words have a common derivation you could speak about that - for example proto-slavic origins of the words above. Alternatively, you could speak about language histories and when it is theorised that languages broke off and how they did. Your videos are getting better and better, and I would like to see you take it to the next level.
@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 3 жыл бұрын
Thank you! I will take it all into consideration :)
@user-zd4wm5mg9x
@user-zd4wm5mg9x 3 жыл бұрын
На русский язык в своё время очень болгарский повлиял вот и будут понимать друг друга. А вообще български язик можно понять текстово, а на слух нет
@dimitarmotev
@dimitarmotev 3 жыл бұрын
И на мен ми е по-лесно ми е да резбера написан руски тескт. Ако е изговорен, разбирам само отделни думи и не мога да хвана смисъла в дълги изречения. :)
@BenderRodriguez777
@BenderRodriguez777 3 жыл бұрын
На русский повлиял не болгарский, а церковно-славянский, но и на церковно-славянский повлиял русский язык, получился так называемый русский извод церковно-славянского
@BenderRodriguez777
@BenderRodriguez777 3 жыл бұрын
@@shikata79 когда переводились книги с греческого в 9 веке, болгары говорили ещё на тюрском диалекте
@yagovkin3209
@yagovkin3209 3 жыл бұрын
@@shikata79 А на болгар очень сильно повлияли турки,не надо про это забывать,возможно болгары бы сейчас разговаривали на тюрском,если бы русские не вмешались.
@felixxxxxxstalin
@felixxxxxxstalin 3 жыл бұрын
@@dimitarmotev я понял,что ты написал)
@Abrakadabra863
@Abrakadabra863 3 жыл бұрын
Great video, thank you for a great content! The girl looks like Meghan Markle. Bulgarian word maika (sorry if misspelled) means sleeveless shirt in Russian. Kinda funny 😄
@eurovisionsongcontestsweden
@eurovisionsongcontestsweden 3 жыл бұрын
As a Greek i know some Russian and Bulgarian words 👐 -Hello- 🇧🇬: Zdrasti 🇷🇺: Privet -Thank you- 🇧🇬: Blagodarya 🇷🇺: Spasibo
@Olymus
@Olymus 3 жыл бұрын
russian has blagodaryu and zdravstvuyte too. And a lot of our words were made as calques from greek words, e.g.: ευ+χαριστω=благо+дарю(blago+daryu)=i give good(not sure about the exactness of this english translation. Σ'ευχαριστούμε! I'm planing to learn anc. greek and greek in the future)
@eatyourgreens1
@eatyourgreens1 3 жыл бұрын
We also say “Привет” (Privet) in Bulgaria.
@bodyaindahood97
@bodyaindahood97 3 жыл бұрын
"privet" - we say to younger / relatives / friends. And "zdrastie" , this is when we say strangers / older people Blagodaryu - We often use
@unknownanonym3004
@unknownanonym3004 3 жыл бұрын
oti theleis 2 благодарю in Russian too thank you 🇷🇺 You can say and spasibo And blagodaryou
@Bayganu
@Bayganu 3 жыл бұрын
Spasibo in Russian comes from God save (Spasi Bog)
@eatyourgreens1
@eatyourgreens1 3 жыл бұрын
Cool, thanks for the video!
@po0276
@po0276 3 жыл бұрын
Pls Make A video between Romanian and Russian , you are the best 🙏🙏🙏🙏
@amjan
@amjan 3 жыл бұрын
As a Pole, I could understand almost all of the words, but the sentences I had trouble with. But after their meaning was revealing, I was able to figure out what the words were.
@PyromaN93
@PyromaN93 3 жыл бұрын
With Russian it must be easier, we have simillar grammar with Polish
@granadina48
@granadina48 Жыл бұрын
if I’m not mistaken, the Russian gentleman is not a native Russian speaker. I would say he has a slight accent. Anyway, nice video as always. I understood everything. ;) Greetings from Serbia.
@SB-fw3yr
@SB-fw3yr Жыл бұрын
Здраво брате из Русиjе! I think that russian is his native language. But i think that he lived in an english speaking country for a long time. That's why he has a slight "accent" in some words (granica, igra). I can feel it! He knows Russian, he also has some knowledge of Slavic languages. For example, golos is a voice in Russian, glas is a voice in Serbian, Croatian, Bulgarian... "Golos" and "glas" are words of the same origin, but "olo" (gOLOs) is a feature of the East Slavic languages and "la" (gLAs) is a feature of the south Slavic languages! Like "vRAta" with "ra" in serbian and "vOROta" with "oro" in Russian! East Slavic languages have "polnoglasie" (derevo with "ere" or moloko with "olo") and South Slavic languages have "nepolnoglasie" (for example, drevo with "re" or mleko with "le")! He knew it, that's why he understood that "глас - glas" is a voice in Bulgarian!
@ventaliq
@ventaliq Жыл бұрын
@@SB-fw3yr yes
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 8 ай бұрын
@@SB-fw3yr It's interesting how ''glasba'' in Slovenian is music and ''glazba'' in Croatian. Like how Czech has ''hudba'' instead of ''muzika/muzyka'' that other Slavic languages have. Bulgarian has both ''мляко/млеко'' but the Standard form is only ''мляко,'' while ''млеко'' (with stress on O) is a Western dialect. Before 1945 we wrote it like ''млѣко.'' Our plural form however is ''млека'' (the typical changing Я or променливо Я which changes Я to hard E) as how we call it like ''промяна - промени.'' But depends of the stress: промЕни - changes променИ - to change But it's funny how ''висок'' in Russian is temple (part of the head) which in Bulgarian will be ''слепоочие.'' (another changing Я to hard E) like: ''сляп - слепи'' which used to be written as ''слѣпъ'' before 1945 and ''слѣпоочье.''
@SB-fw3yr
@SB-fw3yr 8 ай бұрын
@HeroManNick132 I don't know how you said the "ъ" in the word "млъко". We have words like "млекопитающее" -mammal or млечный (for example, млечный путь - milky way). From the word млеко - borrowing from OCS. From the point of view of etymology, "висок" from the word to hang, "hair hanging at the temples" Слепоочие?? Is a Slavic word?
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 8 ай бұрын
@@SB-fw3yr I think you confused ''ят'' - ѣ with ''eр голям'' - ''ъ'' For some reason nearly every word had been written like that at the end, except the words that required ''я/ят'' articles were with ''ь'' Like ''кон'' used to be written as ''конь'' but due to 1945 reform we remove the right to use ''ь'' at the end of words, except as ''ьо'' only, after consonants which acts as the Russian ''ё'' Some dialects like Pomak keeps it but not the Standard form. And ''ъ'' is entirely removed from every word that had it like for example ''езикъ'' became just ''език.'' We removed ''ѣ, ѫ'' as well too which were used all the way till 1945. Also pretty much we have these too: млекопитающее - млекопитаещ млечный - млечен [млечния(т)] or ''млечний'' which is archaic (only used in literature) млечный путь - млечен път (before 1945 we wrote it as ''млѣченъ пѫть'') and the Milky way will be ''Млечния път'' The reason for ''ѣ'' is because of the 2 main dialects in Bulgaria: Western - the harsher ones that have no palatalization at all Eastern - the softer ones with good palatalization that sound more ''Russian'' than usual. Even the word ''where'' was split by the 2 dialects: кѫдѣ (къдя - Eastern, къде - Western) and also ''къде'' became the Standard form, despite we have also ''где, де'' which are more poetic/dialect forms. But after 1945 our Standard language is based mostly on dialects spoken in Veliko Tarnovo and some from the Western dialects. The reform was intended to make Macedonian and Bulgarian as more distant that they can like they choosing a dialect from Bitola for their standard form. But even after that both languages are still 90% similar, besides the accent and some words that they took from Serbian. ''Слепоочие'' is a Slavic word which somes from ''сляпо око'' (blind eye) a.k.a. one of the crushal parts of the body near the eye. That's why we call it ''слепоочие'' This can be confusing because as far as I know Russian has short form of adjectives like ''высок'' instead of ''высокий'' and when I checked in the dictionary ''висок'' means a temple in Russian a.k.a. the part near the eye a.k.a. the ''blind spot.''
@markomiljkovic1137
@markomiljkovic1137 3 жыл бұрын
Amazing!! 👍👍
@chelsey8737
@chelsey8737 3 жыл бұрын
I adore russian despite not speaking it or know anyone that does. This is so so interesting
@ruslingv8456
@ruslingv8456 3 жыл бұрын
Good....Nice video
@stevenmercado5205
@stevenmercado5205 3 жыл бұрын
Shout out to Bulgaria and Russia
@AthanatosBG
@AthanatosBG 3 жыл бұрын
And finally, Bahador jan, you choose words, common for both languages. But most of the words aren't so similar, though they share common root, and they are almost non-undersandable for the other part. Par example: "сегодня" (RU) - "днес" (BG) - today (ENG); "погода" - "време" - "weather"; "каникульi" - "ваканция" - "vacation"; "виноград" - "грозде" - "grape" (вино means wine in BG), "хочу" - "искам" - "want". There is also too many false friends between these languages: майка - (BG) mother - (RU) tank top стол - (BG) chair - (RU) table живот - (BG) life - (RU) stomach гора - (BG) forest - (RU) mountain
@avexoidavex3577
@avexoidavex3577 11 ай бұрын
И в русском есть слово днесь - из церковнославянского. Кисть винограда в русском языке - гроздь. Пара слов хочу - ищу (искать) имеет схожий смысл (мне нужно, я должен найти). Майка - мамка (сокращение от мама). Стул в русском то же, что и стол в болгарском. Живот и в русском раньше означал жизнь. Есть выражение - не жалеть живота своего (ради чего-то). Гора - что-то высокое. Возможно, в Болгарии леса находятся преимущественно в горах, поэтому такой перенос значения.
@vojda
@vojda 3 жыл бұрын
Finally a Bulgarian participant! Good job! And now everyone is probably thinking that we can understand each other so easily thanks to the Russians, but in actuality it's thanks to the Bulgarians. Edit: please do a Persian Bulgarian, I've always thought we were using some Turkish words, which turned out to be Persian instead..
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
and not just any Bulgarian participant :)
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
Yes Bahador do Persian: Bulgarian
@user-hc3xc4yj7u
@user-hc3xc4yj7u 2 жыл бұрын
There was bussiness relation between Bulgarian and muslims in the markets
@pitur5492
@pitur5492 3 жыл бұрын
bulgarian and russian are very connected but for me speaking only polish i could understand only 40% rest was impossible to understand
@PyromaN93
@PyromaN93 3 жыл бұрын
This is normal thing. One of the features of east-slavic languages is polnoglasie.
@IK-so2bm
@IK-so2bm 2 жыл бұрын
Listen carefully. Polish has too many consonants bunched together that only a Slav can pronounce.
@pitur5492
@pitur5492 Жыл бұрын
@@IK-so2bm doubled consonants like: sz, cz, dz, dż, dź, rz are spoken like single letter , polish in general has much more sounds than other languages (especially germanics) so it is solution to represent those sounds
@IK-so2bm
@IK-so2bm 2 жыл бұрын
Not just similar, nearly identical! Proof of the ancient cultural and linguistic ties between the two countries.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
Well, yeah but when it comes to grammar these languages show their differences.
@Rus-bw2oq
@Rus-bw2oq 3 жыл бұрын
Old Russian and old Bulgarian are nearly the same.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
Eh, besides the writting yes but the grammar is really different in both languages. Russian uses cases like the rest and it has 3 verb tenses, while Bulgarian doesn't have cases and it has definite articles at the end of the word and 9 verb tenses like Macedonian.
@oxbig9518
@oxbig9518 3 жыл бұрын
Do German and Dutch!
@Huyedelomalo
@Huyedelomalo 3 жыл бұрын
Result will be as the one above :)
@planinataradilove6368
@planinataradilove6368 3 жыл бұрын
One can divide the development of the Bulgarian language into several periods. The Prehistoric period covers the time between the Slavonic migration to the eastern Balkans (c. 7th century CE) and the mission of Saints Cyril and Methodius to Great Moravia in the 860s. Old Bulgarian (9th to 11th centuries, also referred to as "Old Church Slavonic") - a literary norm of the early southern dialect of the Common Slavic language from which Bulgarian evolved. Saints Cyril and Methodius and their disciples used this norm when translating the Bible and other liturgical literature from Greek into Slavic. Middle Bulgarian (12th to 15th centuries) - a literary norm that evolved from the earlier Old Bulgarian, after major innovations occurred. A language of rich literary activity, it served as the official administration language of the Second Bulgarian Empire. Modern Bulgarian dates from the 16th century onwards, undergoing general grammar and syntax changes in the 18th and 19th centuries. The present-day written Bulgarian language was standardized on the basis of the 19th-century Bulgarian vernacular. The historical development of the Bulgarian language can be described as a transition from a highly synthetic language (Old Bulgarian) to a typical analytic language (Modern Bulgarian) with Middle Bulgarian as a midpoint in this transition.
@sulaymanthemagnificent3162
@sulaymanthemagnificent3162 3 жыл бұрын
It's a Suggestion. You should arrange Six persons which belong to these Six countries Turkey,Pakistan,Iran,Afghanistan(Dari), Indian (Hindi)and any Arab.Then you should ask three sentences from each of their languages infront all of them and who ever picks more quickly he/she will be the winner from that country.
@junaid1040
@junaid1040 3 жыл бұрын
Are you Muslim?
@MrKuriIIko
@MrKuriIIko 2 жыл бұрын
4:20 Emill dropped some heavy misinfo here, she was talking about Ъ and she was correct that we Russians don't pronounce it, but he didn't get her
@RositsaPetrovarjp7
@RositsaPetrovarjp7 2 жыл бұрын
Ъ is not a sound in Russian. Never was. Same in Bulgarian, but after the Komintern language reform the communists dropped on us, the very common Bulgarian sound Ѫ, ѫ, голям юс, was replaced by this letter ъ. In my experience Russians never learn to prounounce it. Like NEVER.
@bubbamike4743
@bubbamike4743 Жыл бұрын
Yep. I think he thought she was talking about Ы rather than the Bulgarian Ъ she was actually referring to, a letter that makes no sound in Russian.
@user-ym4em9by1g
@user-ym4em9by1g 2 ай бұрын
Нашли русского алкаша. Надо было бабу брать - они умнее.
@premsagar5572
@premsagar5572 3 жыл бұрын
Excelent brother... Please make #Greek and #Sanskrit similarities....
@volodymyrchumak3593
@volodymyrchumak3593 3 жыл бұрын
It would be hard to find a native Sanskrit speaker
@cheyennekurd
@cheyennekurd 3 жыл бұрын
Bahador please make a video about similarities between Kurdish and Russian
@myanmarcool
@myanmarcool 3 жыл бұрын
At 1:55 it is an interesting moment occurred, due to the fact that in the Bulgarian language there are no cases (as in English for example), and in Russian - cases exist. Therefore, two words “без помощ” in Bulgarian caused an association with one word “бещпомощный” in the head of Russian-speaker. All because in Russian language we are speak with cases and therefore speech without cases can cause us a little stupor.
@amaia367
@amaia367 3 жыл бұрын
We do have a few cases left, the others were removed. For example when you turn to something or someone the word changes. You say мила родинО, not мила родина (dear motherland). And we have the word безпомощен as well.
@supanun1000
@supanun1000 2 жыл бұрын
สนุกดีค่ะ ชอบคอมเท้นแบบนี้ 😊🇹🇭
@winstoninjaya726
@winstoninjaya726 3 жыл бұрын
May i suggest that u do a cantonese vs japanese video? Both languages have similarities to each other
@kiril1
@kiril1 3 жыл бұрын
I think they belong to different language groups. Like comparing Estonian with Lithuanian.
@winstoninjaya726
@winstoninjaya726 3 жыл бұрын
​@@kiril1 yes, but they both developed at same period and time, ex: nation : kokka(jpn) gwok ga (cantonese) guojia in mandarin, (sry i dont have kanji/hanzi keyboard)
@winstoninjaya726
@winstoninjaya726 3 жыл бұрын
I meant they both developed at the same time cantonese was formed and japanese took the chinese language
@mysaviourjesus4134
@mysaviourjesus4134 2 жыл бұрын
I could undersrand most of those from both languagws as a Serbo-Croatian speaker. 👍
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