Isn’t it funny how we take so much for granted until we’re in a place lacking the modern conveniences we’re so very accustomed to? Looking at the picture included with today’s word from Lonely Planet’s online guide to Bulgaria made me think about the well-built bridges here in the U.S. Not to say that all are well-built, but I don’t know if you could get me to cross this eco-path located in the Negovanka Canyon of Bulgaria. The ‘most’ or bridge, made of only wood and stone looks pretty high from what I can tell and not as stable as I would like. Would you cross it?
The Bulgarian lang falls into the Southern branch of Slavic languages and is closely related to Macedonian. It is the official lingo of Bulgaria and can also be heard in parts of Greece, Turkey, Romania, and Serbia to name only a few. To continue learning Bulgarian online head to BBC for the QuickFix with audio for the most common travelers phrases. EasyBulgarian online offers guides and nine lessons that help beginners learn the alphabet, correct pronunciation in addition to dialog from native Bulgarian speakers. Find a Bulgarian pal online to help with conversation at My language Exchange or pick up an Eastern European LP phrasebook for the road.
Past Bulgarian words: mózhé bí