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ⓘ Balto-Slavic languages. The Balto-Slavic language group is made up of the Baltic and Slavic languages. They are part of a large family group because they share ..




Balto-Slavic languages
                                     

ⓘ Balto-Slavic languages

The Balto-Slavic language group is made up of the Baltic and Slavic languages. They are part of a large family group because they share many similarities involving the linguistic traits of the two language families that can not be found in other languages. The Balto-Slavic languages are mainly spoken in areas of eastern, northern and southern parts of Europe. The Balto-Slavic languages are daughter languages of the now extinct Proto-Indo-European.

Some of Balto-Slavic languages spoken today:

  • Russian
  • Ukrainian
  • Czech
  • Polish
  • Slovak
  • Serbian
  • Croatian
  • Lithuanian
  • Latvian

For a complete list of Balto-Slavic languages go here.

                                     
  • There are many Balto - Slavic languages Some are now extinct and some are still spoken today. Latvian Lithuanian Polish Czech Slovak Silesian Sorbian Serbsce
  • The Slavic languages also called Slavonic languages are the largest language family of the Indo - European group. Slavic languages and dialects are spoken
  • groups: Albanian Anatolian: Luwian Hittite Armenian Balto - Slavic Baltic Latvian and Lithuanian Slavic such as Polish, Russian, and Serbian Celtic such
  • The Baltic languages are part of the Balto - Slavic branch of the Indo - European language family. Baltic languages are mostly spoken in the Baltics, around
  • Estonia. Russian, like other Slavic languages are Indo - European languages Russian is one of the three main East Slavic languages the others are Ukrainian
  • Proto - Celtic, Proto - Italic, Proto - Germanic, Proto - Balto - Slavic etc. Speakers of Indo - European languages in historical times and nowadays often are not called
  • The Sorbian languages are Slavic languages a branch of the Indo - European languages They are the Sorbs native languages who are a Slavic minority in
  • The Belarusian language беларуская мова, transliteration: bielaruskaja mova is an Eastern Slavic language and an Indo - European language It is spoken
  • similar to the Macedonian and the Serbian languages which are part of the South Slavic branch of Slavic languages There are nearly 9 million people in 2011
  • of the Rus had Balto Slavic names even into the tenth century. In 911 the Rus who signed a treaty with the Greeks all had Balto Slavic names. But in the