Albanian

An Indo-European language, generally regarded as the sole survivor of the Illyrian branch, today spoken by c. 5 million people, chiefly in Albania, where it is the official language, as well as in the Kosovo province in Yugoslavia, and parts of Greece, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Italy, and Bulgaria.

The earliest written remains date from the 15th century, and the modern standard language is based on the Tosk dialect (spoken mainly in the south). Albanian is spelt in the Latin alphabet consisting of 36 characters.


CLASSIFICATION = Indo-European family, SCRIPT = Latin

Courses
Beginner's Albanian : with 2 audio CDs ALB CBEG 2(PACK)
Colloquial Albanian ALB CBEG 1(PACK)
Discovering Albanian 1 : textbook ALB CBEG 3(PACKS 1-2)
Discovering Albanian 1 : workbook ALB CBEG 3a
Dictionaries
Albanian-English dictionary ALB DICO 3
Albanian-English dictionary ALB DICO 2
English-Albanian dictionary ALB DICO 1
Films
The forgiveness of blood ALB FILM 1(DVD)