Similarities Between Bulgarian and Slovak

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Bahador Alast

Bahador Alast

2 жыл бұрын

As two Slavic languages, Bulgarian and Slovak descend from a proto-language called Proto-Slavic, descending from earlier Proto-Balto-Slavic language. There are over 20 different Slavic languages, divided into 3 major subgroups, with Russian, Belarusian and Ukrainian belonging to the East group, Polish, Czech and Slovak to the West group, and Slovene, Serbo-Croatian, Macedonian and Bulgarian to the South group.
In today’s language challenge, we will compare some of the similarities between these two Slavic languages, with Aneliya (Bulgarian speaker) and Linda (Slovak speaker) challenging each other with a list of words and sentences.
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Slovak (slovenčina / slovenský jazyk) is a West Slavic language. Slovak is the official language of Slovakia, and is also native to the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, and a portion of western Ukraine.
Bulgarian (български) is the official language of Bulgaria and recognized as a minority language in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Ukraine, Serbia, Albania, and Romania.
Both languages have a rich literary tradition. Bulgarian literature is one of the oldest among the Slavic peoples, going back to the times of Simeon I of the First Bulgarian Empire. The reign of Simeon I was a period of immense cultural prosperity and enlightenment, which later became known as the Golden Age of Bulgarian culture. Among the many great Bulgarian poets and writers there are Hristo Botev (Христо Ботев), considered a national hero by Bulgarians, who wrote many notable poems such as Обесването на Васил Левски "Obesvaneto na Vasil Levski" (The Hanging of Vasil Levski), Моята молитва "Moyata molitva" (My Prayer), Хайдути "Hayduti" (Hajduks), and many others; Ivan Vazov (Иван Вазов), often referred to as "the Patriarch of Bulgarian literature"; Stefan Stambolov (Стефан Стамболов), who also served as the 9th Prime Minister of Bulgaria; Nikola Vaptsarov (Никола Вапцаров); Grigor Parlichev (Григор Пърличев); Peyo Yavorov (Пейо Крачолов); Geo Milev; Pencho Slaveykov (Пенчо Славейков); Dora Gabe and Elisaveta Bagryana, who are considered first ladies of Bulgarian women's literature; and many others.
Slovak literature has a very long history behind it. Among numerous Slovak poets and writers there are Pavel Jozef Šafárik, Ľudovít Velislav Štúr, Ján Kollár, Vladimír "Vlado" Clementis, Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav, Margita Figuli, Ján Hollý, Andrej Sládkovič, and countless others.

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@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 2 жыл бұрын
For everyone who kept asking where Şimal is, well, here she is, even though she's not speaking Turkish in this video. Hope you enjoy this week's episode and be sure to follow and contact us on Instagram if you'd like to participate in a future video: instagram.com/BahadorAlast
@ibnqayyimal-jawziyya5677
@ibnqayyimal-jawziyya5677 2 жыл бұрын
Seems you are still pushing your atheistic ways her to go astray. May Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala guide her to the sirat almustaqim
@faizullah6671
@faizullah6671 2 жыл бұрын
Sir is it possible to do another Bangla video with someone from Bangladesh again
@JavidShah246
@JavidShah246 2 жыл бұрын
Bahador jan, im Happy that you came back stronger💪 despite Simal’s compliment, i miss u here😌 cuz we like to see ‘bahador in the middle’🤴🏻
@jaskatpon1
@jaskatpon1 2 жыл бұрын
@@ibnqayyimal-jawziyya5677 May Allah guide you to atheism!
@ibnqayyimal-jawziyya5677
@ibnqayyimal-jawziyya5677 2 жыл бұрын
@@jaskatpon1 One is not guided towards Atheism. Atheism is for the misguided. It is the opposite of guidance. But what is worse is when the Atheists want to push their ideology and misguide the ummah, like this Irani kid Bahador who befriends Muslims to pull them away from Islam, and sadly some are falling for his tricks astaghfirullah
@eldesconocido5734
@eldesconocido5734 2 жыл бұрын
The bulgariam woman is so elegant
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian*
@raoufrachedi2383
@raoufrachedi2383 2 жыл бұрын
They all are
@Haywood-Jablomie
@Haywood-Jablomie 2 жыл бұрын
All 3 are gorgeous
@MonikaPetkanova
@MonikaPetkanova 2 жыл бұрын
Yes she is, she is always elegant ^^
@user-mq6qv6bi2g
@user-mq6qv6bi2g 2 жыл бұрын
She is Greek.
@roatskm2337
@roatskm2337 2 жыл бұрын
As a Bulgarian I am glad you included my language for 2nd time, greetings to all Slovak brothers, Slavic too, family! ❤️🇧🇬🇸🇰😘
@danagerocova4695
@danagerocova4695 2 жыл бұрын
Ďakujeme 😍pozdrav zo Slovenska do Bulharska 👍❤
@ban1176
@ban1176 2 жыл бұрын
I love how much similar is our language 🇷🇸❤️🇧🇬
@roatskm2337
@roatskm2337 2 жыл бұрын
@@ban1176 Pretty close! ❤️👍
@hondacbrification
@hondacbrification 2 жыл бұрын
SLav meaning With Lion where different from S Löwen who used the word Löwe instead of Lav.SLovak are a Czech mercenaries whom King Mátyás hired to protect Ugar borders due to which they adopted Ugar culture but retained they Czech language who by default where a pro German group who didn’t knew the word Lav but Löwe and are fundamentally related to SLöwen that are today known as SLoven.
@MegaSkyDreams
@MegaSkyDreams 2 жыл бұрын
I am Bulgarian and I just arrived in Bratislava for a few days and I see this on my youtube homepage 🇧🇬🇸🇰 great timing!
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
Какво съвпадение хаха.
@cerebrummaximus3762
@cerebrummaximus3762 Жыл бұрын
​@@HeroManNick132 абе, ти на всяко видео за България ли си?
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
@@cerebrummaximus3762 Вече ти казах, че не съм! Луд ли си? Само на няколко! Вие пък да не се побъркахте нещо бе, а? 😂
@antonzhivkov2525
@antonzhivkov2525 5 ай бұрын
@@cerebrummaximus3762 И тебе какво те е еня, кой къде ходи и какво прави? Нали не ти е в къщата. Остави човека на мира и гледай си живота! Какво лошо ти прави Heroman?
@cerebrummaximus3762
@cerebrummaximus3762 5 ай бұрын
@@antonzhivkov2525 По ядосан заради такава дребност не съм виждал никога. В KZbin, не е рядка гледка да видиш някого да изрази че виждал друг коментатор повече от веднъж. Този коментар който аз съм написал е стар почти на година и от тогава няколко пъти сме се мяркали и поздравявали в няколко коментара на различни клипове. Спокойно, не всичко е спор, веднъж се живее :)
@Eyefaaa
@Eyefaaa 2 жыл бұрын
Good to see Simal after so long🌸
@revert6417
@revert6417 2 жыл бұрын
That was fun as a Serbian/Croatian speaker. I understood both without any difficulty.
@a.n.6374
@a.n.6374 2 жыл бұрын
Serbian/Bosnian/Croatian is really easy to understand for most bulgarians, especially those in the western part. But my impression so far is, that you guys have a harder time understanding us, unless it's somebody from southern Serbia, or who had some exposure to Macedonian. I think the reason is the kind of one-way cultural exchange. We are used to watching your movies and some people like to listen to "turbofolk". That doesn't really happen a lot in the other direction I guess.
@ban1176
@ban1176 2 жыл бұрын
@@a.n.6374 Well i could understand word when you say it, but when ur talking it's hard to understand
@KatyaPusser
@KatyaPusser Жыл бұрын
Same here! I am russian)
@cerebrummaximus3762
@cerebrummaximus3762 Жыл бұрын
​@@ban1176 To be fair it's the same from my perspective, a Bulgarian. It entirely depends on region, exposure, lexicon (both words speaker knows and words chosen), and willingness to participate. (As well as time to think and how nervous, drunk or tired you are).
@meqdadirshead2032
@meqdadirshead2032 Жыл бұрын
Iam Palestinian studied in ukraine . I speak russian and understand Ukrainian , it is interesting to me to look at all languages of slavic qroup , i can quess the meaning of the sound. And i can understand the meaning of the writing of any language
@alexz6439
@alexz6439 2 жыл бұрын
2:42 Actually in western Bulgaria we say this word the same way as it is in Slovak. There's a vowel shift in the bulgarian language. In the east they tend to say the words with Ya (Я) as for example in this word желЯзо (jelyazo) whereas in the west we would say желЕзо (jelezo). The eastern model became the official bulgarian language after the communist coup d'etat.
@fyrhunter_svk
@fyrhunter_svk 2 жыл бұрын
Slovak, not Slovenian.
@prince223681
@prince223681 2 жыл бұрын
Just stopping by to say thank you for the video and i love the new host Great way to spice things up
@franconicolasmendez339
@franconicolasmendez339 2 жыл бұрын
More Bulgarian please!!!
@cimbalok2972
@cimbalok2972 2 жыл бұрын
Very enjoyable! I understood all the Slovak and most of the Bulgarian. Thank you for a nice video!
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
You Czech/Polish?
@Mehdi-qu9hg
@Mehdi-qu9hg 2 жыл бұрын
Hi Bahador. Please invite these beauties one more time. 😍 thank you for fruitful contents!
@emanuelacerneva4389
@emanuelacerneva4389 2 жыл бұрын
It's fun when you understand both languages and speak Bulgarian. Greetings to our Slovak neighbors! 🇧🇬🇨🇿/🇸🇰
@blagobanov2055
@blagobanov2055 Жыл бұрын
I have the same. I am Bulgarian, but i am living in Czech rep 16 years.
@emanuelacerneva4389
@emanuelacerneva4389 Жыл бұрын
@@blagobanov2055 Why did you decide to move to Czechia? I was born here already, but we love visiting BG every summer.
@keros7328
@keros7328 Жыл бұрын
@@blagobanov2055 Samee here, but I'm living in Slovakia :D 🇧🇬/🇸🇰
@blagobanov2055
@blagobanov2055 Жыл бұрын
@@emanuelacerneva4389 Je to na dlouhé povídání, ale když to řeknu krátce: osud .
@emanuelacerneva4389
@emanuelacerneva4389 Жыл бұрын
@@blagobanov2055 Českou gramatiku, jak se zdá, umíte. Prima!
@ewawisniewski897
@ewawisniewski897 2 жыл бұрын
Nice to see Slavic languages again. Hopefully Polish soon 😍
@popeurbanii5981
@popeurbanii5981 2 жыл бұрын
Poland is a strong Catholic nation
@jonjonboi3701
@jonjonboi3701 2 жыл бұрын
I love Poland 🇵🇱
@jonjonboi3701
@jonjonboi3701 2 жыл бұрын
I would love to see a Polish and Czech comparison
@lukas_svk8488
@lukas_svk8488 2 жыл бұрын
Oh I would love to see Polish again 😊🥰 I love Polish. So much love to Polish brothers and sisters from Slovakia 🇸🇰❤️🇵🇱
@user-si8zg5kw4b
@user-si8zg5kw4b 11 ай бұрын
I am Ukrainian. It would be interesting how much I could understand Polish and the other way.
@sjoc6162
@sjoc6162 2 жыл бұрын
So smooth conversationz amazing. I love slavic languages 🤘
@jahanas22
@jahanas22 2 жыл бұрын
Another excellent video. I understood most of the vocabulary.
@markmager1339
@markmager1339 2 жыл бұрын
Wow a lot of words that similar to Russian!! But heyyy finally the videos came back to the traditional form. Congratulations
@ibrahimdupovac1263
@ibrahimdupovac1263 4 ай бұрын
I understood every single word. This is my favourite youtube channel. Greetings from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina!
@robertedwards9254
@robertedwards9254 2 жыл бұрын
Glad to see the in-person platform is back!
@JiHan-xw8js
@JiHan-xw8js 2 жыл бұрын
YESSSSS Şimal! The queen is back~!
@dukov_zlati
@dukov_zlati 9 ай бұрын
@Bahador Alast Greetings from Bulgaria. I watch and listen to all the videos with pleasure. I would really like to have a video in Bulgarian and Turkish language. thanks in advance
@Eve_36963
@Eve_36963 2 жыл бұрын
As a Bosnian, I understood everything also.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
Нормално, освен ако кирилицата не ти е проблем :D
@Eve_36963
@Eve_36963 2 жыл бұрын
@@HeroManNick132 Čitam ja i ćirilicu. 😉
@ban1176
@ban1176 2 жыл бұрын
@@HeroManNick132 Босанци читају и пишу ћирилицу за разлику од Хрвата..
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
@@ban1176 Вие за разлика от сърбите, не предпочитате ли повече латиницата, нищо че използвате двете системи за писане за разлика от хърватите?
@andrzejdobrowolski9523
@andrzejdobrowolski9523 2 жыл бұрын
Ja jestem Polakiem i rozumiem wszystko co wy napisaliście :) Pozdrawiam serdecznie :)
@LuchezarDossev
@LuchezarDossev Жыл бұрын
Wonderful video! I am from Bulgaria and I heartily congratulate brotherly Slovak Republic! Bulgarians and Slovaks are very close peoples! Maybe many people don't know, but after the liberation of Bulgaria, many Czechs and Slovaks helped to build the new Bulgarian country. This happened during the time of the Bulgarian king Ferdinand I. In this time many Slovak villages have also settled in northern Bulgaria, which unfortunately returned after the occupation of Bulgaria by the Soviet Union - today's Russia in 1944.
@enkaipritie4955
@enkaipritie4955 Жыл бұрын
Yes but Slovaks and Bulgarians are not the same, I can tell you, I’m from Spain 🇪🇸 and I live in Slovakia and Bulgarians are Slavic but the way of communication and relationships in Bulgaria is more similar to south Europe and Middle East than Central Europe.
@LuchezarDossev
@LuchezarDossev Жыл бұрын
@@enkaipritie4955 Yes, it is true, we are close to the Greeks and Italians
@01-uy3of
@01-uy3of 4 ай бұрын
After the liberation of Bulgaria BY THE RUSSIANS*. And unfortunately because of current American occupation, Bulgaria fell from 9+ million to 6.6 million in less than 30 years with less ethnic bulgarians and more gypsies and slovak women are sold as sluts in western Europe.@@LuchezarDossev
@GeleNikolov
@GeleNikolov 2 ай бұрын
Because they fought against Red Army.
@GeleNikolov
@GeleNikolov 2 ай бұрын
​​@@LuchezarDossevand Turks. Most Bulgarians don't like to admit that but we have absorbed a lot of language and culture from the Ottoman empire.
@Ignisan_66
@Ignisan_66 2 жыл бұрын
For all Slavic speakers: The sound change from G to H is one of the most important things to keep in mind when dealing with speakers of other Slavic languages. Ukrainian, Belarusian, Czech and Slovak have this sound change from G to H.
@ivanhus3852
@ivanhus3852 2 жыл бұрын
But I don’t understand why in ukrainian they use letter г (g) but pronounce H. sorry for the ignorance, maybe it's a stupid question. Greetings from Croatia
@varatic644
@varatic644 2 жыл бұрын
@@ivanhus3852 Ukrainians wanna be different
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
@@ivanhus3852 They have the the G sound still but they write it as *Ґ* which is rarely used in Ukrainian. Unlike Belarusian it doesn't have the G sound either. They pronounce it the same way as the Greek "Г" which is the same way as in these languages a.k.a. the soft "H" sound.
@cerebrummaximus3762
@cerebrummaximus3762 Жыл бұрын
*Another important Slavic sound change!!:* V to U or W! I noticed this when I visited Croatia. Words which would have a "v" in Bulgarian, were pronounced with a u or even w sound instead. Compare: Bg vs Cro: Внук (vnuk) vs unuk • this means "grandson". Влез (vlez) vs ulaz • Ulaz means "enterance". Vlez mean "enter!" or "come in"
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
I just did a research and Polish also do have that sound like Czech and Slovak but it's not used very often. It's like Russian. Only in ''легкий, мягкий'' G is pronounced like H. In Polish the word Herbata has this sound but just like Ukrainian, Belarusian, Czech and Slovak - G is rare there while H in Russian and Polish is rare but it's there. Also if you count Rusyn it also has that as well.
@papazataklaattiranimam
@papazataklaattiranimam 2 жыл бұрын
You brought back the old ones :-)
@SantomPh
@SantomPh 2 жыл бұрын
Old but gorgeous🇧🇬🇹🇷
@muzafferturhan
@muzafferturhan 2 жыл бұрын
Şimal ablam ortalığı ateşe vermiş
@corinna007
@corinna007 2 жыл бұрын
Heyyy it's Simal! Nice to see her again. 🙂
@hyperborean72
@hyperborean72 Жыл бұрын
great game, thank you. wonderful ladies. it amazed me as a Russian how close Bulgarian and Slovak language between them and the Russian - I could guess almost everything
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
Защо си умопомрачен от факта, незнаейки колко българският език е близък до руския? 😅
@ThomasRoll-lo4fj
@ThomasRoll-lo4fj 8 ай бұрын
These were just individual words common to all Slavic languages.
@RositsaPetrovarjp7
@RositsaPetrovarjp7 2 жыл бұрын
In Bulgaria we also say zhelezo but it is now considered a dialect form. Long ends for adjectives are also common in Bulgarian but now archaic but still can be found, i.e Veliki Preslav. I could not stop laughing when the lady said that Russian is hard like Bulgarian.
@lionheart5078
@lionheart5078 2 жыл бұрын
yea its utterly untrue. Russian is actually softer than ukrainian. Urkainian has harder sounds in common with south slavic languages, and russian is much softer compared to bulgarian lol.
@a.n.6374
@a.n.6374 2 жыл бұрын
The so called yat border in bulgarian dialects. In the west we may change ya to e, which is how those words are spelled in most other slavic languages. In the east they change the e to ye or go as far as i sometimes(тиливизия :D). In the past such words(with this variable ya/e) were spelled with a single letter Ѣ so we had желѢзо/желѢзни, while now we have желязо/железни instead.
@cerebrummaximus3762
@cerebrummaximus3762 Жыл бұрын
Аз казвам "желязо", обаче "железопътни релси"
@piksata
@piksata Жыл бұрын
@@cerebrummaximus3762 също и "железен". някой трябва да седне и да оправи българския :Д
@its_dey_mate
@its_dey_mate 6 ай бұрын
@@piksata Вини комунистите, които махнаха най-красивата буква, която обединява българите - ѣ. Искали са да разграничат нас със братята ни в Охрид и да премахнат разнообразието между диалектите. Защо "млеко" да е грешно в сравнение с "мляко"?
@ventzislavvassilev8841
@ventzislavvassilev8841 2 жыл бұрын
Finally Bulgarian. Great video. Thanks.
@piroskaracz3621
@piroskaracz3621 2 жыл бұрын
The Slavic languages are interesting. Especially for myself the lesser heard of languages such as Rusyn and it's regional dialects Lemko and others....Upper and Lower Sorbian/Wendish..... Kašubian...now extinct Polabian...Hutzul..... I find them all fascinating.
@Luka-iu1jx
@Luka-iu1jx 2 жыл бұрын
Finally some Slavs again 🇷🇸❤🇧🇬🇸🇰
@loraivanova8635
@loraivanova8635 3 ай бұрын
Greetings from Bulgaria! Great video. 👏🏻 It was a bit easier than I expected because Slovak isn't that close to Bulgarian or South Slavic languages in general.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 ай бұрын
Словашкият може да се каже, че е есперантото на славянските езици.
@pierreabbat6157
@pierreabbat6157 2 жыл бұрын
Куй железо пока горячо! When I took Russian at Purdue several of us had shirts with a Boilermaker with his hammer next to a huge letter Ж in this saying. I recognized желязо right away. I found the Slovak sentences easier to understand than the Bulgarian. The Bulgarian past tense (aorist/imperfect) is lost in East and West Slavic, leaving only the present/future and perfect (-l).
@S.D.Primus
@S.D.Primus 2 жыл бұрын
Гой еси.
@Esteban_46
@Esteban_46 2 жыл бұрын
Long time no see Şimal!
@timl4257
@timl4257 2 жыл бұрын
Good video. Also interesting to see/hear difference between a south slavic language and a west slavic language. Maybe make it more interesting by creating more of a game out of it. Not just saying words back and forth. Just suggestion not meant as negative comment.
@miguelbass
@miguelbass 2 жыл бұрын
nice one to practice my Bulgarian (and learn some Slovak)
@alexxks5165
@alexxks5165 2 жыл бұрын
Great video! What about a Romanian and Aromanian comparison? That would be interesting
@bobma4kata
@bobma4kata 2 жыл бұрын
You crazy !?Then both languages will annihilate each other, its basic physics
@cmcnadejda5960
@cmcnadejda5960 2 жыл бұрын
Excellent!!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻Btw, are we going to have Bulgarian - Persian? 😍
@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 2 жыл бұрын
Thank you! Soon hopefully! I have a lot of videos planned and on the go :)
@cmcnadejda5960
@cmcnadejda5960 2 жыл бұрын
@@BahadorAlast my intention wasn't to give any kind of pressure. But because a Bulgarian speaking lady was found I just had this thought. Thank you for replying! 🙏🏻
@MrAllmightyCornholioz
@MrAllmightyCornholioz 2 жыл бұрын
OMG WE MISS YOU Şimal!
@rubenbadalian29
@rubenbadalian29 Жыл бұрын
I want to learn Bulgarian in the future because it's very similar to Serbian (which is a language I'm studying now)
@user-hl9vy8on3r
@user-hl9vy8on3r Жыл бұрын
You have to know there are many false friends between our languages
@lissandrafreljord7913
@lissandrafreljord7913 2 жыл бұрын
I didn't know Meghan Markle spoke Bulgarian.
@cerebrummaximus3762
@cerebrummaximus3762 Жыл бұрын
The Bulgarian woman was so smart. Usually when people do these videos, they grab the dumbest most obscure Bulgarians which can't even use common sense to figure out a sentence. The fact she guessed the word for pigeon from the /x~g/ sound shift, based on a pattern she spotted was ingenious, and none of the other Bulgarians KZbinrs hire apart fro. one maybe two would have guessed that. - Thank you so much for hiring an adequate Bulgarian so I can enjoy the video, from a Bulgarian.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
Съгласен съм с тебе! И забелязвам, че тоя специфичен Х звук го има само в чешкия, словашкия, беларуския, украинския, русинския и донякъде полския, както и руския в специфични думи като - ''легко, мягкий'' или ''herbata'' например, докато южнославянските народи го нямат тоя звук. Той е нещо като английското ''H,'' докато нашето е като ''CH'' на чешки, словашки и полски.
@dukov_zlati
@dukov_zlati 3 ай бұрын
​​@@HeroManNick132 Абсолютно. Само да допълня, че в гръцкия език знакът (Г ) се произнася по почти същия начин като в словашкия и украинския, а за ( Г ) пишат ( ГК )😊
@loganandoreo4687
@loganandoreo4687 2 жыл бұрын
I know a few polish words and I understood a bit of Slovak. The Slovak word for yellow which is “žltý” is similar to the polish word for yellow “żółty” this is interesting!
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
Seems most Slavic languages use O instead like in Bulgarian a SCHWA sound.
@loganandoreo4687
@loganandoreo4687 2 жыл бұрын
I found a few more similarities between Polish and Slovak! jeden-jeden dźis-dnes król-kráľ usta-ústa ząb-zub
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
@@loganandoreo4687 Lol these are pretty much the same as Bulgarian jeden - jeden - един (edin) dźis - dnes - днес (dnes) król - kráľ - крал (kral) usta - ústa - уста (usta) ząb - zub - зъб (zŭb)
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 2 жыл бұрын
@@loganandoreo4687 Slovak/Czech/Bulgarian: dnes = Old Polish: dnieś / New Polish: dziś )
@a.n.6374
@a.n.6374 2 жыл бұрын
​@@HeroManNick132 I'm bulgarian who lived in CZ and spent a lot of time in SK. They tend to skip the Ъ or use any a vowel when it's around L or R, in the video you have example for the L žltý. Here's a czech tong-twister which looks horrifying for non-slavic speakers - strč prst skrz krk. Now just add the Ъ before/after the R and you know how to spell it without much pain. The same is valid for the ex-yu slavic languages too, but they tend to have less of those words then cz/sk. The words Srbija and Hrvatska are an obvious example. The O would be used instead more in Russian/Ukrainian, the way they spell България is Болгария/Болгарія, instead of the more internationally accepted U.
@GenghisAttenborough
@GenghisAttenborough 2 жыл бұрын
That was cool! Thanks
@danielvanr.8681
@danielvanr.8681 2 жыл бұрын
1:00 Indeed. Where Belarussian, Ukrainian, Czech and Slovak tend to use /h/, the other Slavic lingos go for /g/: hrad/horod/grad/gród. (Thereby not said that BY/UA/CZ/SK don't have /g/; they just use it differently.)
@ZoltanHoppar
@ZoltanHoppar 2 жыл бұрын
I think would be interesting to compare Croatian and Ukrainian where they come, and how much they have lost.
@northstar2839
@northstar2839 2 жыл бұрын
@Prof. Spudd Your remark about Dutch is valid only for the Dutch as spoken in the Netherlands; in the Dutch spoken in Belgium, there is a BIG difference between g and ch.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
I think Belarusian doesn't have a G sound and they pronounce it as soft "X" sound.
@simplychannel6557
@simplychannel6557 2 жыл бұрын
in russian language we also use h sound in our speech. like aha, boh, hospodi, etc
@Pidalin
@Pidalin 2 жыл бұрын
@Prof. Spudd Maybe we don't have letter F in original Czech words, but we pronounce V as F very often.
@SantomPh
@SantomPh 2 жыл бұрын
Happy Republic Day Simal 🇹🇷
@Anton_Danylchenko
@Anton_Danylchenko 2 жыл бұрын
As a Ukrainian I understood all separate Bulgarian and Slovak words and both Slovak sentences. But I did not understand Bulgarian sentences at all. I know that they contain some common words (like "warm" and "evening"), but they were pronounced so quickly and in so unusual way that it was really hard to catch them.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
I may help you :) 1st sentence: На детската площадка имаше дете, което плачеше. (Щ in Bulgarian is pronounced like ШТ, not ШЧ like Ukrainian or silent Ш like in Russian just a small disclaimer.) 2nd sentence: Тази вечер ще бъде много топло. ("Ъ" is like a schwa sound that is not very typical sound for the Slavic languages despite the closest sound that you have that it is not exactly the same is the Russian/Belarusian "Ы" and the Ukrainian "И" sound. I think in some words in Russian like "тигр, театр" has this sound but it is so rare that most Russians are having hard time pronouncing this sound and tend to pronounce it as "Ы" when I heard some Russians speaking Bulgarian.)
@Anton_Danylchenko
@Anton_Danylchenko 2 жыл бұрын
@@HeroManNick132 Thanks. In a written form those sentences are completely understandable from the first look.
@zigababnik8780
@zigababnik8780 Жыл бұрын
Привіт. Я словенець, навчаюся українською мовою.
@Anton_Danylchenko
@Anton_Danylchenko Жыл бұрын
@@zigababnik8780 Привіт. Дякую за цікавість до української мови. Успіхів у вивченні мови.
@zigababnik8780
@zigababnik8780 Жыл бұрын
@@Anton_Danylchenko Дякую.
@bogdanjasovic9930
@bogdanjasovic9930 2 жыл бұрын
Željezo is more common in Croatian. In Serbian we say for iron - "Gvožđe/Гвожђе" /gvozhdye/.
@guerrierejuive8295
@guerrierejuive8295 2 жыл бұрын
It sounds like Russian "гвозди" /gvozdi/ which means iron nails
@svetoslavstanchev9977
@svetoslavstanchev9977 2 жыл бұрын
@@guerrierejuive8295 Also in Bulgarian "гвоздеи" /gvozdеi/ means iron nails.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
@@svetoslavstanchev9977 И ,,гвоздей" за единствено число.
@redflower2827
@redflower2827 2 жыл бұрын
Well in Serbian we use both but it depends on the region some say "gvožđe" some say "železo or željezo", some use both egually, for example we call ironworks (place where iron is smelted or iron goods made) "železara" and "gvožđara" is ironmongery (a place where screws, tools, wires, iron nails are sold or iron goods are manufactured). In Serbian we usually have more words for one thing like carrot - "mrkva" and "šargarepa"; nightmare - "noćna mora" and "košmar"; clock - "sat" and "časovnik" (sat and čas also mean hour); iron nails - "ekseri" and little less used "gvozdeni klin" and ect.
@ivanhus3852
@ivanhus3852 2 жыл бұрын
@@redflower2827 I thought the word mrkva was only used in Croatia. It’s interesting that the word mrkva is a word of Slavic root, while šargarepa is of Hungarian origin. Perhaps (I suppose) the word śargarepa is used in Vojvodina, while in southern Serbia the word mrkva. Then there are other very strange linguistic influences. For example, in Bosnia and Serbia the Austrian word Paradajz (tomato) is used, while in Croatia (which unlike the other two nations has undergone an Austrian influence for centuries) the Slavic word rajčica is used (also I think only in czech is used the same word, other slavic languages used a latin word for tomato, or the austrian version). Perhaps the Croatian language is more conservative for purely Slavic words (such as month names)
@user-nb3zj9zo1l
@user-nb3zj9zo1l 2 жыл бұрын
После овог видеа, Бугари(у ствари Бугарке) су ми милији него пре! 😉
@user-qf8tk1yj4e
@user-qf8tk1yj4e 2 жыл бұрын
SIR I AM FROM INDIA I LIKE YOUR INITIATIVE LOVE IRAN FROM 🇮🇳
@kvkovel5955
@kvkovel5955 Жыл бұрын
Дуже гарна дівчина- словачка! В неї дуже гарне плаття з вишивкою! І також дівчина - болгарка теж симпатична!
@peterparajka5117
@peterparajka5117 Жыл бұрын
I love your style ❤️thatš honour .. so cute you are.... I am from Slovakia...Peter proud of you... Som na teba hrdý....
@papazataklaattiranimam
@papazataklaattiranimam 2 жыл бұрын
Şimal❤️
@ZERO-vo4bh
@ZERO-vo4bh 2 жыл бұрын
Şimal in arabic shmal الشمال"😂
@welp5657
@welp5657 2 жыл бұрын
@Khan Krum What the fuck
@negunduznegece7081
@negunduznegece7081 2 жыл бұрын
@Khan Krum Okey Kurdish Kid .
@kursadnural8076
@kursadnural8076 2 жыл бұрын
@Khan Krum no we are southern african originally
@Eve_36963
@Eve_36963 2 жыл бұрын
@Khan Krum Greeks are actually of Turkish origin. Learn the history! Lol
@JavidShah246
@JavidShah246 2 жыл бұрын
Slovak/BULG---English Grah Green(pea) Mäkky Mushy Dnes Day (today) Iskra Spark Pred Pre (in-front) Zhult Gold ( yellow) Zvuk Music ( sound) Most Mast ( bridge) Alert❗️read only if u have extra time/nerds like me🤓: *< žena> has a long story😁 here it goes: The Sanskrit jan has been described as “that which comes ( J ) from the waters ( AN )” the dictionary defines jan as “generate” “beget” “cause” “create” “take birth” and “grow”. It seems to be related to the waters, the primal waters, the causal ocean from which everything is “generated” “born” “produced” and “created”. Jan produces jani meaning “wife” “mother” “woman” this produces janika meaning “mother” “daughter in law” and this produces janitra meaning “parents” relatives”. Jani travels to Greece and becomes the gyny in androgyny meaning “male/female” it becomes misogyny meaning “woman hater” it becomes polygyny meaning “many women” it becomes gynarchy meaning “a government of women” and it becomes gynecology meaning the “study of women”. In ancient times they were not so politically correct and so a Queen was known in relationship to the King as in the “wife of the King". Once again its the Sanskrit jani which becomes the Greek gyne, the Old Prussian genna, the Old Church Slavonic zena, the Old Saxon Quen and eventually we arrive at the word Queen whose source is this Sanskrit jani meaning “wife” as in the “wife of the king”. Jani then becomes the Kurdistan - Jin - Parthian - Jn - Avestan - Jaini - Croatian - Zena - Serbian - Zena - Bosnian - Zena - Czech - Zena - Macedonia - Zena - Slovak - Zena - Bulgarian - Zhena - Persian -Zan All cognate with this Sanskrit “Jani” meaning “wife” “woman”. * ?? Even, a longer story! 🤪Im not gonna bother you anymore; maybe later😉 thank you for listening🙏🏻
@vbizik
@vbizik 2 жыл бұрын
Thanks a lot for this write-up. It is so cool to see the common origin of the Slavic “žena”, Persian “zan”, English “queen” and even words such as “gynecology”. Just one small correction, Sanskrit is not the “source” of this word, as it was inherited from Proto-Indo-European, the common ancestor of all these languages. Sanskrit is merely one of the earliest recorded descendant languages of Proto-Indo-European.
@JavidShah246
@JavidShah246 2 жыл бұрын
@@vbizik i merely, did not say Sanskrit is the main source its rather one of the original inspirations(as an old source and a well preserved language) to the greek and via that to roman, slavic, germanic and what not.
@michalreingraberskaliasmiz185
@michalreingraberskaliasmiz185 2 жыл бұрын
Do you know that you can translate "pred" as before? Or fore?
@JavidShah246
@JavidShah246 2 жыл бұрын
@@michalreingraberskaliasmiz185No, its good to know if u have an insight about it
@musicmix5578
@musicmix5578 2 жыл бұрын
@@michalreingraberskaliasmiz185im russian ,я могу использовать это слово когда говорю "перед ним"=впереди него.
@villikothen5071
@villikothen5071 Жыл бұрын
Such a lovely sankepit!
@popeurbanii5981
@popeurbanii5981 2 жыл бұрын
May the Lord bless our Catholic brothers and sisters in Slovakia.
@bradcalizaya4196
@bradcalizaya4196 Жыл бұрын
Please, more videos with Şimal as host (guest, standing model, que salga en cada video mejor, etc.), por el amour de deus. If you don't, sono pronto a morire. :'(
@dukov_zlati
@dukov_zlati 3 ай бұрын
Geçmiş olsun Bulgaristan'dan 😊
@gggg-az
@gggg-az 2 жыл бұрын
Hi. As azerbaijanian - former Soviet republic I know russian and 90% same in russian with 1 ward more or less in the wards and some different letters order. Salam from Baku.
@LoveAndPeace2004
@LoveAndPeace2004 2 жыл бұрын
Воистину салам)))
@dropanukeonusaagain6606
@dropanukeonusaagain6606 Жыл бұрын
@@LoveAndPeace2004 Россия для Русским сало натри свой черный зад басурманин
@dukov_zlati
@dukov_zlati 3 ай бұрын
Колбас из Болгарий 😊
@KoraySelduman
@KoraySelduman 3 ай бұрын
Keşke ben de Azerbaycan'da büyüseydim. Slavik ve Türkik alt yapı. İstersen sıkı bir çalışma ile 15 kadar dili 1 yılda öğrenebilirsin.
@illyrian3057
@illyrian3057 2 жыл бұрын
As an Albanian I understood everything since I speak Serbo-Croatian fluently...
@negunduznegece7081
@negunduznegece7081 2 жыл бұрын
😦 üzdün beni dostum . Atatürk Arnavut değil 😠
@illyrian3057
@illyrian3057 2 жыл бұрын
@@negunduznegece7081 Tekrar senin buldum Ama bir Türk yaptı Arnavut ve ben'de google ve gormustum o Preşevalı Arnavut ama bilmem. Maybe Türk Osmanli çunku o vaktı turkleri vardı I hope I wrote in Türkçe well! ❤ (wothout using Google Translate)
@negunduznegece7081
@negunduznegece7081 2 жыл бұрын
@@illyrian3057 Google da gördüğün her şey doğru değil . Neyse ben senin samimiyetine inanıyorum Türkiyeden Selamlar 🇹🇷❤🇦🇱😘
@illyrian3057
@illyrian3057 2 жыл бұрын
@@negunduznegece7081 Teşeküller ❤🤩 Arnavutluk'den Selamlar 🇦🇱❤🇹🇷😘
@youtubefan1224
@youtubefan1224 2 жыл бұрын
Wishing You & Your Family & Friends A Very Happy Diwali
@davidzachary7152
@davidzachary7152 7 ай бұрын
Polish: peas - groch soft - miękki today - dziś sparkle - iskra iron - żelazo in front of - przed yellow- żółty palm - dłoń book - książka sound - dzwięk bridge - most woman - kobieta (żona is wife) crying - płacz pigeon - gołąb
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 6 ай бұрын
Pretty much the same: BG - PL грах (grach) - groch (грох) мек (mek), мекий (mekij - poetic) - miękki (мѩккь) днес (dnes) - dziś (джьшь) искра (iskra) - iskra (искра) пред (pred) - przed (пжед) жълт (żëłt), жълтий (żëłtij - poetic) - żółty (жуулты) длан (dłan) - dłoń (длонь) книжка (kniżka) - książka (кшѭжка) звук (zwuk) - dzwięk (дзвѩк) мост (most) - most (мост) съпруга (sëpruga) - żona (жона) жена (żena) - kobieta (кобѥта) плач (płacz) - płacz (плач) гълъб (gëłëb) - gołąb (голѫб)
@davidzachary7152
@davidzachary7152 6 ай бұрын
@@HeroManNick132 pięknie :)
@SionTJobbins
@SionTJobbins 2 жыл бұрын
Cyrilic is not difficult for Slavs! It's a very sensible alphabet especially designed for Slavic languages, it would take a Slav about 15 minutes to learn and the rest they'd pick up from context. I say this as a Welsh speaker who learned the cyrilic alphabet for a weekend visit to Moscow, it's not difficult, only the soft vowels are difficult for non-Slav speakers to get their heads around. But otherwise it's a great alphabet, better than Latin. Why do so many Slavs see this is as a problem and why are so many of them surprised by how similar the different languages are?
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
The answer probably they are just lazy to find a way to learn how to read it. Heck, even the Croats speak the same language as Serbs, Bosniaks and Montenegrins but to be more separated they don't use the Cyrillic version and only the Latin - plus in schools in Croatia it is not teached unlike these countries (especially Serbia, where it is required as far as I know to learn the Cyrillic alphabet despite they use both Latin and Cyrillic script). This is like how Hindi and Urdu are the same language but 2 different scripts. And I agree. Not to mention that the Cyrillic alphabet has more letters than the Latin alphabet. But keep in mind not every Cyrillic alphabet has the same letter pronunciation. For example: "E" in Russian and Belarusian is pronounced like "ЙЭ", while in the rest of Cyrillic using countries it is just like the Russian, Belarusian "Э." "Щ" is an interesting letter that exists only in Bulgarian, Ukrainian and Russian alphabet and it is pronounced in 3 different ways: in Bulgarian it is "ШТ," Ukrainian - "ШЧ," and Russian - like silent/soft "Ш" sound. "Г" in most Slavic languages it is pronounced as "G" but in Ukrainian and Belarusian - like a soft "H" sound and it is funny how Belarusian don't have a "G" sound like Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Macedonian and Bulgarian and even Ukrainian despite "G" is rarely used there and it written as "Ґ" "И" in all Slavic languages it is written as "I" except in Ukrainian that is pronounced like the Russian/Belarusian "Ы" sound. Also Belarusian doesn't have this letter either and they use the Ukrainian "I" sound which is exactly like the Latin "I" "Ъ" letter exists only in the Bulgarian and Russian alphabet but unlike Russian that doesn't have any sound in Bulgarian it is pronounced as "Uh" or like a "schwa" sound like in the word "rubber." Or in the video as she said "гълъб" which means pigeon. Most Russians who speak Bulgarian tend to pronounce this sound as "Ы" even though they are similar sounds but not the same and in fact that they have some words that have this sound but most of them forget that it exists like in "тигр, театр." And from all Slavic languages as far as I know only Russian changes the "O" sound like "A" when it is unstressed, while in others no matter it is always "O." Also there are some other Turkic and Finno-Ugric languages in Russia and Central Asia that use the Cyrillic alphabet and even the Mongolian language itself and they have also some unique letters but unfortunately I don't know how to pronounce them, unless if you haven't learn Turkish too so some of the sounds 100% will be there too.
@Pidalin
@Pidalin 2 жыл бұрын
For me as a Czech, it is hard becuase it's very confusing, they have some latin letters which are pronounce differently and most of cyrillic letters looks very complicated and weird to me, I just can't remember what letter is that and they have many letters for combined sounds like ŠČ and other combinations, it's not so easy to remember that for me, we don't even have such sounds in Czech so it's everything confusing.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
@@SB-fw3yr Й is basically И but shorter pronounced. Even in Bulgarian and Russian this letter is called "И кратко" оr "И краткое." Just like the Belarusian "У short" or - "У нескадовае" or "У кароткае" - "Ў" which is a unique letter than only in the Belarusian alphabet exists kinda like the Bulgarian "Ъ" letter despite Russian also have it but no sound even though you have it in the words "театр, тигр." Also this is the Russian one. Keep in mind as I mentioned not every Cyrillic is the same despite the Russian, Bulgarian and Mongolian Cyrillic are the most indentical. Mostly the Bulgarian and the Russian one. Also Ы is like hard I sound that is equivalent of the Bulgarian letters - ЪЙ. I think E in Russian is more likely pronounced as "Ye" while Ё is "Yo." I think "Щ" in Russian is more likely pronounced as silent "Sh" like the word "chavalier" while in Ukrainian is "Shch" and Bulgarian "Sht."
@ThomasRoll-lo4fj
@ThomasRoll-lo4fj 8 ай бұрын
As you can see the Cyrillic alphabet is not so universal, each nation has its own. Moreover, in Czech and Slovak we have short and long vowels, so we would need diacritics anyway. Apart from a brief episode with Glagolitic, our nation has always written in Latin, the first Czech written text was in Latin, our history is Latin and Catholic. Cyrillic has always been written by some exotic nations far to the east. no way
@ElTompito
@ElTompito 2 жыл бұрын
2:07 Spark - iskra- szikra (in hungarian) but.... :-) 4:15 Bridge - most means now in hungarian :-)
@sjoc6162
@sjoc6162 2 жыл бұрын
I am glad you hungarians accepted slavic words
@wyqtor
@wyqtor 2 жыл бұрын
And 'híd' - the real word for 'bridge' comes from some sort of Iranian-derived language. Maybe from the Jász people (related to Ossetians) who also used to live in Pannonia, in Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok county.
@KoraySelduman
@KoraySelduman 3 ай бұрын
So there is a City and Bridge in Bosna called Mostar which build in 1566, Ottoman time. So is this Bridge named as Bridge bridge? Mostar bridge. Mostarski most Мостарски мост мост Мостар
@armyslavsloven6803
@armyslavsloven6803 8 ай бұрын
At first we have to say that Slovaks and Czecks were first slavic nations start to using letter H and also spellin it as H. Other slavic languages using G , hlava-glava, holub-golub.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 7 ай бұрын
Ukrainians, Belarusians, Rusyns and Southern Russians also replace G with H.
@user-jj1jp1iy8s
@user-jj1jp1iy8s Жыл бұрын
So nice. Could you tell, what music playing in end.
@alexeiabrikosov360
@alexeiabrikosov360 2 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian and Russian are very close in ways that you may not imagine. It's not rare to see Russians and Bulgarians understand each other while speaking solely in their native tongues.
@thadayu5639
@thadayu5639 2 жыл бұрын
Because Russian language took thousands of Old Bulgarian words. But mutual understanding, especially when speaking, is quite difficult, because many basic Bulgarian words are very different from Russian - e.g. we - Bulgarian nie (Russian mi), them - Bulgarian gi (Russian ih), he - Bulg. toy (Russian on), house - Bulgarian kashta (Russian dom), leg - Bulgarian krak (Russian noga).
@gingrin6289
@gingrin6289 2 жыл бұрын
@Khan Krum To speak a language you must learn it first. I speak French and Spanish, this helps me to understand Italian pretty well, but I cannot speak Italian I just understand it...
@svetoslavstanchev9977
@svetoslavstanchev9977 2 жыл бұрын
@@gingrin6289 You are absolutely right. I don't speak Russian at all, but I understand it pretty well,
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
@@thadayu5639 ,,Дом" все още го има в българския, но те нямат думата ,,къща" за дом, обаче. ,,Ног" го има все още като дума в българския за синином на ,,крак," но доста рядко се използва. Да не говорим за омонимите как ,,направо" на руски е ,,надясно" или пък ,,живот" е ,,търбух, стомах" на руски, нищо че в книжовната литература си означава ,,живот" също, но в нормалния руски е ,,търбух или стомах." Граматически тези два езика са напълно различни, като знаеш, че само ние и македонците не използваме падежи като останалите славянскоговорящи народи, а определителни членове в края на думата. Някои думи все още си го пазят значението, но се смята като остаряло например с думата ,,яд" - на руски е ,,отрова," но и на български също може да означава ,,отрова," но вече това значение на думата почти не се използва и сега се използва като ,,гняв, ярост" най-вече. Или както с думата ,,гора," която в повечето пъти се използва като ,,лес," а не като ,,планина," макар че знаеш, че Средна гора не се превежда като ,,Средна лес, дъбрава," а като ,,Средна планина." "Мир" също преди е имало значението като ,,свят," но се е позабравило. Така и с руската дума ,,свет," която сега означава ,,светлина," а не ,,свят" както в книжовното си значение. И това се отнася за много други думи, които са си изменили значението през годините.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
Lexically Bulgarian and Russian are 70-80% close, but at the grammar - 2 completely different languages... In Russian the cases are still used, like every Slavic language, but only in Bulgarian and Macedonian - suffixed articles at the end of the word and by this you can see the difference. Even though the letters are almost 1:1 but Russian has 3 more letters than Bulgarian, so that is another way how to distinguish it.
@NYSESTRA
@NYSESTRA Жыл бұрын
Beautiful Slovak high cheek bones lovely. Very nice to watch
@androphobe
@androphobe 2 жыл бұрын
What's şimal's insta? 😭
@selykbiker
@selykbiker 2 жыл бұрын
поржал,всем привет из России!💪
@raywa5821
@raywa5821 2 жыл бұрын
some polish words are different, like "zvuk" we say "dźwięk" and "zena" means "wife" not "woman" although female for example is "żeński" but there are other words for it too XDD
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 2 жыл бұрын
"Жена" can mean "wife" too in Bulgarian even though "wife" is "съпруга." "Dźwięk" is still similar to "zvuk" though even though it is slightly different. Female is pretty much in Bulgarian the same as the Polish ""żeński" - "женски."
@nativespeaker8712
@nativespeaker8712 2 жыл бұрын
Şimal, you're adorable, I love you!
@karayursa
@karayursa 2 жыл бұрын
no simps
@Haywood-Jablomie
@Haywood-Jablomie 2 жыл бұрын
@@karayursa A heterosexual man that enjoys beautiful women isn't necessarily a "Simp" ... are you still a homosexual by any chance?
@taboulefattouch4744
@taboulefattouch4744 Жыл бұрын
Slovak and Rusyn (Ruthenian) are the easiest languages for all Slavic Language speakers to understand. These two languages were possibly the source to the entire Slavic speaking family or because they evolved the least (no Ottoman or Nordic influence and very little Germanic input) they remained the easiest for all to understand and can actually serve as a common language if ever the Slavic World decides to unite.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
Rusyn is like Ukrainian and it's not very understandable to me. Slovak more or less. For me Macedonian, Russian and I guess Serbo-Croatian and Slovenian are the easiest to understand. Belarusian, Polish and the Lusatian languages are harder. Interslavic already exists which is more understandable than Slovak or Rusyn.
@ThomasRoll-lo4fj
@ThomasRoll-lo4fj 8 ай бұрын
Nonsense. Slovak is simply a part of the language continuum Czech-Moravian dialects-Slovak-Rusyn-Ukrainian. There is 95% similarity between Czech and Slovak, but it has different phonetics, that's why you don't understand Czech.
@negunduznegece7081
@negunduznegece7081 2 жыл бұрын
Artık Türkiye gelsin abi ya 🥺 Bahadır Abi Turkey vs ? yap
@auberginesonofdude7970
@auberginesonofdude7970 2 жыл бұрын
So are we getting videos face to face? That's good if there are no health restrictions.
@danielvanr.8681
@danielvanr.8681 2 жыл бұрын
Gaaaaaawd ..... I knew it was only a matter of time before one of the corona cavalry/mask militia would claw their way into the comments. Porca miseria! Fall silent about that ridiculous "health crisis" and enjoy the video instead! 🙄😒😖😤😡
@auberginesonofdude7970
@auberginesonofdude7970 2 жыл бұрын
@@danielvanr.8681 What the fuck are you saying punk?
@SantomPh
@SantomPh 2 жыл бұрын
@@danielvanr.8681 you keep quiet now or move to Florida.
@danielvanr.8681
@danielvanr.8681 2 жыл бұрын
@@SantomPh Why would I want to move to the US, mate? I'm fine right here, without mask militia and doomsday prophets. 😎🍺
@danielvanr.8681
@danielvanr.8681 2 жыл бұрын
@@auberginesonofdude7970 Clearly you can't read, mate -- and you're missing a vocative comma in your (so loosely termed) retort. 😏
@FermatWiles
@FermatWiles 2 жыл бұрын
three beautiful girls.
@YaShoom
@YaShoom Жыл бұрын
I am Russian and Slovak sounds closer to Russian than Bulgarian to me.
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
Slovenian? You mean Slovak?
@YaShoom
@YaShoom Жыл бұрын
@@HeroManNick132 Yes
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
@@YaShoom Не си ли украинец по принцип, съдейки по името ти? Или вие сте като македонците да не знаете какви сте дали сте собствен народ или не?
@YaShoom
@YaShoom Жыл бұрын
@@HeroManNick132 Украинци, белоруси и руснаци са един народ. За македонците не знам нищо.
@YaShoom
@YaShoom Жыл бұрын
@@HeroManNick132 а что?
@McLatysh
@McLatysh 5 ай бұрын
Чего там в русском жёстче?)) Западный и южнославянский говорят что в русском что-то твёрже чем у них, я аж всплакнул от смеха. Никакого "гх" в славянских языках отродясь не было, это какое-то заимствование возможно от кельтов на территории Моравии, оно есть в чешском, в словацком, украинском и белорусском больше этого звука нет ни кого.
@nextlifetimebrendan3940
@nextlifetimebrendan3940 2 жыл бұрын
Queen Simal!!
@zadrot8914
@zadrot8914 Жыл бұрын
Wow Slovak is so similar to Russian. As a Russian speaker I understood 96% Slovak and 85% Bulgarian
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
Защо ли си учуден?
@bilalabawi9064
@bilalabawi9064 3 ай бұрын
Wow. They for the first time no Bahador. Liked the girl host.
@theanti-imperialist1656
@theanti-imperialist1656 2 жыл бұрын
The Bulgarians have fought against many imperialists and occupiers, and their bravery was seen again the Ottomans. The liberation of Bulgaria from the Ottoman occupiers is one that brings joy to all those stand against imperialism.
@ada6220
@ada6220 2 жыл бұрын
If we were imperialists, all Bulgarians would be speaking Turkish today. We did not change the language or religion of the Bulgarians for 500 years. And look at what France and England did in Africa in 50 years
@theanti-imperialist1656
@theanti-imperialist1656 2 жыл бұрын
@@ada6220 France, England, and Spain were far worse in their imperialistic ambitions, but that does not take away from what the Ottomans did. The Bulgarians had a national awakening and fought for their language, as the did the Serbs and others, but that does not take away from the Ottoman imperialism, including slvery. Bringing up France and England (which we all know were horrendous in their imperialism) is only a trick, it is like a criminal in court wanting to get away by bringing up other much bigger criminals.
@ada6220
@ada6220 2 жыл бұрын
@@theanti-imperialist1656 Yeah, you have the right points. In the end, the Turkish people also fought against the British puppet Ottomans. Imperialism is really cruel. All the peoples of the world must unite against imperialism
@theanti-imperialist1656
@theanti-imperialist1656 2 жыл бұрын
@@ada6220 Exactly you re right. Imperialism is really cruel and we must unite against imperialism
@LoveAndPeace2004
@LoveAndPeace2004 2 жыл бұрын
@@ada6220 Y'll turks almost did it. Near all the ppl who live in european part of europe are turkisized bulgarians amd greeks
@andrew_be1379
@andrew_be1379 2 жыл бұрын
Speaking of Slovakia, we recall that on this exact date (November 4, 1938) Jozef Tiso ordered the deportation of Jews "without property". Jozef Tiso, for those who don't know, was a Slovak politician and Roman Catholic priest who was president of the Slovak Republic, a client state of Nazi Germany during World War II, from 1939 to 1945.
@andrew_be1379
@andrew_be1379 2 жыл бұрын
Tiso collaborated with Germany in deportations of Jews, deporting many Slovak Jews to extermination and concentration camps in Germany and German-occupied Poland, while some Jews in Slovakia were murdered outright. When the Soviet Red Army overran the last parts of western Slovakia in April 1945, Tiso fled to Austria and then Germany where American troops arrested him and then had him extradited back to the restored Czechoslovakia, where he was convicted of treason against the state, treason against the uprising and collaboration, and then executed by hanging in 1947 in Bratislava.
@jolevangelista
@jolevangelista 2 жыл бұрын
I feel sorry for you andrew
@NoName-yw1pt
@NoName-yw1pt Жыл бұрын
Hey I remember Anelya from Dating beyond borders. Though she Brazilian when I first saw her
@HeroManNick132
@HeroManNick132 Жыл бұрын
Lmao you confused her for a Latina? 😂
@NoName-yw1pt
@NoName-yw1pt Жыл бұрын
@@HeroManNick132 well she was well tanned
@supermavro6072
@supermavro6072 Жыл бұрын
BuIgars are mostly descendent of central asian Turkic people, that why
@NoName-yw1pt
@NoName-yw1pt Жыл бұрын
@@supermavro6072 That could be easily disputed. Their history is shrouded in mystery
@supermavro6072
@supermavro6072 Жыл бұрын
@@NoName-yw1pt NO. it's documented fact.
@user-nx6ny8pw2u
@user-nx6ny8pw2u 2 жыл бұрын
Can you conduct one with the Kuwaiti dialect and Persian language
@brandongarcia2765
@brandongarcia2765 2 жыл бұрын
YAAASSSS ŞİMAL!!!!!
@ardabirer8458
@ardabirer8458 2 жыл бұрын
Şimal abla çok güzel
@abdovideolyrics
@abdovideolyrics 2 жыл бұрын
Bro Bahador makes noise 😂 🤣
@SantomPh
@SantomPh 2 жыл бұрын
He's an engineer. They have to!
@jonam7589
@jonam7589 2 жыл бұрын
who is the the girl in the middle? she has such a cool personality on top of a pretty face and smile!
@emmahirschfeld7542
@emmahirschfeld7542 2 жыл бұрын
That's Şimal. She's one of Bahador's channel's best known stars! She was in almost every Turkish video before the pandamic started
@jonam7589
@jonam7589 2 жыл бұрын
@@emmahirschfeld7542 Thank you so much! So, she is from Turkey? Simal sounds like "Shomal" meaning north in Persian. As much as I like Bahador, I have no problem if he repaces himself with her. He can be the producer and director.
@QuantumBraced
@QuantumBraced Жыл бұрын
Both of the ladies are really beautiful.
@mithridatesi9981
@mithridatesi9981 2 жыл бұрын
80% of the comments: ŞIMAL !!!!!!¡¡¡
@monarchyofjackalliancesind3937
@monarchyofjackalliancesind3937 2 жыл бұрын
Wah!! they are pretty much similar. 😃 Can anybody please tell me - is there any similarities between Turkish and Bulgarian languages?
@computertennis
@computertennis 2 жыл бұрын
Only a few words here and there it Would be impossible to guess sentences like in the video
@monarchyofjackalliancesind3937
@monarchyofjackalliancesind3937 2 жыл бұрын
@@computertennis Oh, so they are very similar!!!!
@computertennis
@computertennis 2 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian and Turkish no not similar at all just a few words here and there .
@monarchyofjackalliancesind3937
@monarchyofjackalliancesind3937 2 жыл бұрын
@@computertennis Oh, 😲. Now I understand.
@monarchyofjackalliancesind3937
@monarchyofjackalliancesind3937 2 жыл бұрын
@No U Okey 👍👍 Thank you very much 😊
@youssefghish8315
@youssefghish8315 2 жыл бұрын
We want circassian language (adyghe-kabardian)!
@papazataklaattiranimam
@papazataklaattiranimam 2 жыл бұрын
+1
@user-zh7yr1up8g
@user-zh7yr1up8g 2 жыл бұрын
What can you compare with?
@user-zh7yr1up8g
@user-zh7yr1up8g 2 жыл бұрын
@Prof. Spudd exactly
@satanshameer690
@satanshameer690 2 жыл бұрын
Circassian should be compared with Abkhaz and Abaza
@youssefghish8315
@youssefghish8315 2 жыл бұрын
@Prof. Spudd yes👍🏼
@Ahmed-pf3lg
@Ahmed-pf3lg 2 жыл бұрын
Dayum... Bulgarian woman is stunning.
@user-ns5dl3cr8p
@user-ns5dl3cr8p 2 жыл бұрын
карашък memleket
@numdd4717
@numdd4717 2 жыл бұрын
@Khan Krum He isn't Turkish though, Ahmed isn't a Turkish name.
@Haywood-Jablomie
@Haywood-Jablomie 2 жыл бұрын
All 3 are beautiful
@user-bt5pe4mk6k
@user-bt5pe4mk6k 2 жыл бұрын
Bulgarian and Slovakian brothers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
@macedoniansbdo
@macedoniansbdo 2 жыл бұрын
More Serbian please!
@darkshinigami9438
@darkshinigami9438 2 жыл бұрын
The Bulgarian girl is the same from the video "you know you are dating a Bulgarian woman when..."
@txdorovaa
@txdorovaa 2 жыл бұрын
so that's why she looks so familiar!
@kvkovel5955
@kvkovel5955 Жыл бұрын
Девушка словачка очень красивая
@dadada486
@dadada486 2 жыл бұрын
Face to face videos again! Yay
@hubermanroi
@hubermanroi 2 жыл бұрын
I was watching this video (kzbin.info/www/bejne/o2qTdoCbp8lpetE) and I recognised the music that runs under a lot of your videos! It comes in at 3:06min. The things one notices…
@jasminaj3682
@jasminaj3682 2 жыл бұрын
I did not recognize Simal!
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