What are the Eastern European languages?
this is one of the largest languages in the world. Russian is a Slavic language, comprising the East Slavic language group together with Ukrainian and Belarusian.
this language belongs to the West Slavic language group. Polish has roughly 50 million speakers, most of whom live in Poland. Polish has been one of the official languages of the European Union since 2004.
this is one of the West Slavic languages. It is spoken by 12 million people, most of whom live in the Czech Republic.
this language belongs to the West Slavic language group. It is the official language of Slovakia, but it is also spoken in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Ukraine.
though this language is spoken in an Eastern European country, it is not a Slavic language but a Finno-Ugric language. Hungarian is the largest language in this group, with approximately 14.5 million speakers.
this Romance language is spoken primarily in Romania and Moldavia. There are also minorities in Hungary and Serbia who use the language.
this language, which has approximately 12 million speakers, belongs to the South Slavic language group. It is written in the Cyrillic alphabet and it is also an official language of the EU.
this language, like Russian, belongs to the East Slavic language group. It is a large language with approximately 39 million speakers.
this language belongs to the South Slavic language group within the Indo-European language family. It is the official language of Croatia, but is also spoken in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Srpski is a language in the South Slavic language group. It is closely related to Croatian.
Slovenian belongs to the South Slavic language group. It is the official language of Slovenia and, since 2004, the European Union.
this language belongs to the South Slavic language group and is the official language in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
this language has been an official language of the European Union since May 2004. First and foremost, however, it is the official language of Lithuania.
this is an Indo-European language which, together with Lithuanian, belongs to the Baltic language group. Both languages are closely related to each other.
this language is one of the smallest in Europe. It has only 1 million speakers, most of whom live in Estonia.
the Macedonian language belongs to the South Slavic language group and is distinct from Ancient Macedonian, which was spoken in antiquity and is related to Ancient Greek.
this is one of the most interesting languages spoken in Europe. Why?
this language belongs to the South Caucasian language group.
this language constitutes its own branch within the Indo-European languages.
Azeri belongs to the Oghuz language group within the Turkic language family and is an official language of Azerbaijan.
this language belongs to the Turkic language family.
this language belongs to the East Turkic language group. It is officially recognised in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Most people know that Russian is an Eastern European language, but what about Albanian or Hungarian? Below is a list of the Eastern European languages. You can come to us for translations in all of these languages.
Eastern European languages: