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Re: Pomak language ?
« Reply #135 on: October 08, 2010, 10:31 »
i guess it depends on political decisions upon countries. If my memory serves me correctly czech people had almost forgetten how to speak their own language but during the foundation of czech republic, czech language was rebuilded by the the help of czech sheepmans who were still speaking fluent czech ;)

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i guess it depends on political decisions upon countries. If my memory serves me correctly czech people had almost forgetten how to speak their own language but during the foundation of czech republic, czech language was rebuilded by the the help of czech sheepmans who were still speaking fluent czech ;)

This must be a kind of a joke  ;D ;D ;D

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« Reply #137 on: October 08, 2010, 11:04 »
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This must be a kind of a joke  ;D ;D ;D

Exactly, it's not just that ;)

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« Reply #138 on: June 15, 2011, 19:32 »
An interesting approach from greek scholar.






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Re: Pomak language ?
« Reply #139 on: April 10, 2013, 04:20 »
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Some arguments:

Pomak language is between Bulgarian and Macedonian languages.
There are close relations but have many differencies with them.
Pomak language is more slavic than Bulgarian.
Pomak language has more preserved the Slavic purity than Bulgarian.
Pomak language belongs to the South-East Slavic group.
It is not easy to say that Pomak language is the same as Bulgarian.
Pomak language is more preserved in immigrants in Turkey.
Immigrants in Turkey do not define her own language as Bulgarian but Pomak language.
Rhodope region history has not always gone together with Bulgarian history.
Rhodope region is a combination point of the Bulgarian, Greek and Turkish cultures.
Therefore has it own richness and diversity.
Bulgarian language have created in 19. century as a syntetic language.
Under the German domination Czech language had death but was raised again.
Under the Arab domination Persi language had death along the 3 centuries, but poet Firdevsi has aroused the Persi language by Shahname.
And Ibrani language had dissapeared along the 2000 years but Israelis has resurrected this death language.
Pomak language is not too hard to standardize as a modern


We as Pomaks are aware of our diversity have not been any intention of separatism in the countries where we live.

V dneshno vreeme sega,dnes kogato se govorri za pomashki etnos se zabravq.???

  Ima li pomashki ezik,ili ne...?

 

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