Eastern European languages

estLangues de l’Europe de l’Est: Traducteur Russe, Polonais, Tchèque…

In all, there are over 315 million people in the world who speak a slavic language.

The most obvious differences between the languages stem from their written form. The Slavs who were Christianized by the Roman Catholic Church use the Latin alphabet (Croatian, Polish, Czech, Slovakian, Slovenian,…) while those Christianized by the Byzantine or Orthodox Church today use the Cyrillic language (Serbian, Russian, Belorussian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian).
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