When anybody interested in Macedonian language (македонски јазик) can check this site http://learn-mk.com/
This is a South Slavic language, particularly in the sub-Eastern group. By its vocabulary mainly close to Bulgarian and Serbian, and little related to Turkish, Greek and Albanian. By its grammar shares many Slavic characteristics, although it had develop non-Slavic features such as
- lack of cases (except Nominative and old case system revealing mainly in pronouns and personal names) for the rest of the nouns wide use suffixes (this is a situation in Macedonian language and Bulgarian language and some may also add Shopian language.
There are few UNIQUE points when compared at least to the rest of the Slavic languages:
- Double object
- Stressing the third syllable in a word
- Using just one stress for two (sometimes three) words in a sentence
- Expressing the Perfect by the verb "to have" + participle (-no/a) e.g. имам јадено
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