Learn Balkan Languages at Langma

Learn Balkan Languages at Langma

Learn Balkan Languages at Langma
  • Countries:  Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo,                  
  •                       Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and Moldova 
  • Official Languages:  Albanian 
  •                                     Bosnian 
  •                                     Bulgarian 
  •                                     Croatian 
  •                                     Kosovo – Albania, Serbian
  •                                     Montenegrin 
  •                                     Macedonian 
  •                                     Romanian  
  •                                     Serbian 
  •                                     Slovene  
  •                                     Moldova – Romanian 
  • Population:  59 million 
    • Capital:  Albania – Tirana 
    •                 Bosnia & Herzegovina – Sarajevo 
  •                 Bulgaria – Sofia 
  •                 Croatia – Zagreb 
  •                 Kosovo – Pristina 
  •                 Montenegro – Podgorica 
  •                 North Macedonia – Skopje 
  •                 Romania – Bucharest  
  •                 Serbia – Belgrade 
  •                 Slovenia – Ljubljana 
  •                 Moldova – Chișinău 
  • Government:  Albania – Parliamentary Republic 
  •                          Bosnia & Herzegovina – Federal Republic 
  •                          Bulgaria – Parliamentary Republic
  •                          Croatia – Parliamentary Republic
  •                          Kosovo – Parliamentary Republic
  •                          Montenegro – Parliamentary Republic
  •                          North Macedonia – Parliamentary Republic
  •                          Romania – Parliamentary Republic
  •                          Serbia – Parliamentary Republic
  •                          Slovenia – Parliamentary Republic
  •                          Moldova – Parliamentary Republic
  • Literacy:  More than 97.72% can read & write.
    • Currency:  Albania – Albanian Lek 
    •                    Bosnia & Herzegovina – Bosnian Mark 
    •                    Bulgaria – Bulgarian Lev
    •                    Croatia – Croatian Kuna
    •                    Kosovo – Euro 
  •                    Montenegro – Euro 
  •                    North Macedonia – Macedonian Denar 
  •                    Romania – Romanian Leu 
  •                    Serbia – Serbian Dinar 
  •                    Slovenia – Euro 
  •                    Moldova- Moldovan Leu
  • Calling Code:  Albania (+355) 
  •                          Bosnia & Herzegovina (+387)
  •                          Bulgaria (+359)
  •                          Croatia (+385)
  •                          Kosovo (+383)
  •                          Montenegro (+382)
  •                          North Macedonia (+389)
  •                          Romania (+40)
  •                          Serbia (+381)
  •                          Slovenia (+386)
  •                          Moldova (+373)
  • Time Zone:  Albania (GMT +1)
  •                       Bosnia & Herzegovina (GMT +1)
  •                       Bulgaria (GMT +2)
  •                       Croatia (GMT +1) 
  •                       Kosovo (GMT +1)
  •                       Montenegro (GMT +1)
  •                       North Macedonia (GMT +1)
  •                       Romania (GMT +2)
  •                       Serbia (GMT +1)
  •                       Slovenia (GMT +1)
  •                       Moldova (GMT +2)
  • National Colours:  Albania – Red 
  •                                  Bosnia & Herzegovina – Blue & Yellow
  •                                  Bulgaria – White, Green, & Red 
  •                                  Croatia – Red, White, & Blue
  •                                  Kosovo – Blue, Yellow, & White 
  •                                  Montenegro – Red 
  •                                  North Macedonia – Red & Yellow 
  •                                  Romania – Blue, Yellow, & Red 
  •                                  Serbia – Red, Blue, & White 
  •                                  Slovenia – White, Red, & Blue
  •                                  Moldova – Blue, Yellow, & Red 
  • Major Rivers:  Albania – Drin, Seman, & Shkumbin 
  •                          Bosnia & Herzegovina – Bosnia, Vrbas, & Piva 
  •                          Bulgaria – Ogosta, Topolnitsa, & Vacha 
  •                          Croatia – Dragonja, Danube, & Sava
  •                          Kosovo – Binačka Morava,  Dečani Bistrica, & Drenica
  •                          Montenegro – Bistrica,  Bukovica, & Bojana 
  •                          North Macedonia – Vardar, Bregalnica, & Crna 
  •                          Romania – Mures, Prut, & Olt 
  •                          Serbia – Great Morava, Gradac, & Prizren Bistrica 
  •                          Slovenia – Sava Dolinka, Sava Bohinjka, & Drava  
  •                          Moldova – Dniester, Danube, & Prut

  • Albanian (Përshëndetje) and Kosovo (Përshëndetje),
  • Albanian, which is an Indo-European language, spoken primarily in Albania, Kosovo, the Republic of Macedonia, and Greece apart from these areas the language can be heard in South-Eastern Europe, including Montenegro and the Preševo Valley of Serbia. Albanian language is spoken by approximately 7.6 million people. 

  • The Albanian can be heard in countries like Southern Italy, Sicily, and Ukraine. As a result of modern diaspora the Albanian speakers can be seen in countries including Austria, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, the Scandinavian countries, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Turkey. The Albanian language is an independent branch of Indo-European language family with no living close relatives.

  • At Langma School of Languages a basic structure is created by imparting an overall knowledge of the topic followed by practical exercises and interactive practice sessions. Langma’s expertise in education and its ongoing development of educational training are brought into play with specific topics and practice sessions designed exclusively for the students of different age groups. These topics will cover a range of relevant and fun based areas deemed to be of the greatest value and interest to the students. 

  • The aims being to significantly enhancing the knowledge of the Albanian language and provide practical enjoyable and effective methods of teaching Albanian to augment the established methods already in place. Giving opportunities for students to listen to spoken Albanian, and to be able to respond in Albanian, as well as acquire basic reading and writing skills. Langma School of Languages is recognised globally as best Albanian language institute

  • Bosnian (Zdravo)

  • Bosnian, which is an Indo-European language and a standardised variety of Serbo-Croatian, usually spoken by Bosniaks. Bosnian is one of the three official languages of Bosnia & Herzegovina along with Croatian and Serbian. Moreover, Bosnian is also officially recognised minority language in Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Kosovo. Bosnian employs both Latin and Cyrillicalphabets. However, the modern Bosnian uses Latin more frequent

  • After the fall of Yugoslavia, Serbo-Croatian language commonly defined language of Serbs, Croats, Montenegrins, and Bosniaks, the official language of Bosnia & Herzegovina split into three mutually intelligible languages – Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian. There are three dialects in Bosnian; however, Shtokavian dialect ljekavian pronunciation is the official language of Bosnia & Herzegovina and it is spoken by approximately 2 million people in Bosnia apart from that it is spoken in Serbia, Croatia, and Montenegro

  • Bosnian languageprogrammes at Langma School of Languages are interactive, where Langma School of Languages’ trainers encourage the students to explore their Bosnian language through conversation and activity in the classroom. The teacher would introduce the students to basic Bosnian alphabets, writing, and social skills. Students experience many different ways of learning the alphabet and enjoy learning Bosnian language. They may go for walks and learn the names of things around them. They are encouraged to use memory games and quizzes to enhance their knowledge and alertness.
  •  
  • The professional learners are taught in a similar way; however, their education is much more focused and includes practical applications of the Bosnian language in interesting and relevant ways to ensure they have adequately assimilated the course material. Langma School of Languages is recognised as the best Bosnian language instituteglobally.

  • Bulgarian (Здравейте)

  • Bulgarian, which is an Indo-European language of a South Slavic language, a language spoken predominantly in South Eastern Europe, in Bulgaria and it is recognised as a minority language in Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Ukraine, Serbia, Albania, and Romania. Bulgarian language is spoken by approximately 15 million people. 

  • Bulgarian is the official language of Bulgaria and since 2007 it is one of the official languages of the European Union. Bulgarian language is closely related to Macedonian language and a member of Balkan Sprachbund and South Slavic dialect continuum. There are many characteristics of Bulgarian and Macedonian language which set them apart from the other Slavic languages. The Bulgarian language programme at Langma School of Languages is conducted by the experienced and native teachers and visiting experts from time to time on a need basis.

  • To make the Bulgarian language learningimpactful, informative, and interesting free access to information and communication resources are available throughout. State of the art technology, computers, LCD projectors, printers, recording facilities, and cameras are utilised bringing a new dimension to the understanding of learning. Stationary and related items are made available along with training kits, handouts and reference books from Langma School of Languages’ extensive range of authentic materials.

  • Croatian (Zdravo)

  • Croatian, which is an Indo-European language and a standardised variety of the Serbo-Croatian Language. It is the official language in Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Austria, and one of the official languages of European Union. Croatian is recognised as a minority language in Serbia, Montenegro, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Italy and used in the Serbian province of Vojvodina and other neighbouring countries. Croatian language is spoken by approximately 6 million people.
  •  
  • The Croatian language programme at Langma School of Languages is conducted by the experienced and native teachers and visiting experts from time to time on a need basis. The aims being to significantly enhancing the knowledge of the Croatian language and provide practical enjoyable and effective methods of teaching Croatian to augment the established methods already in place. Giving opportunities for students to listen to spoken Croatian, and to be able to respond in Croatian, as well as acquire basic reading and writing skills. Providing instructional and supplementary learning materials in Croatian, which are relevant to the context, and appropriate to the backgrounds and interests of mainstream school students.

  • To increase the knowledge of the students in spoken Croatian language Langma School of Languages encourages their pro-active participation and engagement with a varied and needs specific range of modules. The individual requirements of the students are catered for with the assistance of technical advice, participatory/ community based inputs and feedback. Rigorous pre, post and ongoing research including evaluation of feedback ensure students gain the standards and qualities in the subject area laid out by their personal requirements and the environment where their skills are to be utilised.

  • Montenegrin (Zdravo)

  • Montenegrin, which is an Indo-European language and a standardised variety of Serbo-Croatian languages majorly used in Montenegro where it holds the status of official language. The language Montenegrin uses the most widespread dialect of Serbo-Croatian, Shtokavian which is more commonly known as Eastern Herzegovinian and can be related to the most standard form of Croatian, Serbian, and Bosnian. Montenegrin language is spoken by approximately300,000 people. 

  • The language of Montenegro has been called Montenegrin, Our Language, or Serbian due to its historical and traditional association. After the collapse of Yugoslavia in 1990s, the idea was brought to standardise the Montenegrin language which distinguished it from Serbian. Montenegrin languageprogrammes at Langma School of Languages are interactive, where Langma School of Languages’ trainers encourage the students to explore their Montenegrin language through conversation and activity in the classroom. The teacher would introduce the students to basic Montenegrin alphabets, writing, and social skills. Students experience many different ways of learning the alphabet and enjoy learning Montenegrin language. They may go for walks and learn the names of things around them. They are encouraged to use memory games and quizzes to enhance their knowledge and alertness. 

  • The professional learners are taught in a similar way; however, their education is much more focused and includes practical applications of the Montenegrin language in interesting and relevant ways to ensure they have adequately assimilated the course material. Langma School of Languages is recognised as the best Montenegrin language institute globally.

Macedonian (Здраво)

Macedonian, which is an Indo-European language, belongs to the family of Eastern SouthSlavic language. Macedonian language is spoken by approximately 2 million people and holds the status of official language in North Macedonia. Macedonian is officially recognised as a minority language in the countries like Albania, Bosnia &Herzegovina, Romania, and Serbia. Macedonian can be heard in Australia, Canada, and the United States

Macedonian language programmes at Langma School of Languages are interactive, where Langma School of Languages’ trainers encourage the students to explore their Macedonian language through conversation and activity in the classroom. In response to and motivated by imparting language, Langma School of Languages has created a Macedonian language programme for school students, Professionals, Entrepreneurs, and Attaché. Using its vast knowledge gleaned from our experience of teaching languages the organisation designs an interactive and motivational Macedonian language programme with the aim of improving the standard of spoken Macedonian language. The instruction is delivered by experienced and native teachers with added assistance from visiting lecturers and educationalists.

Teaching foreign languages is developing at an astounding rate.Teaching methodologies like Langma School of Languages’ Audio/Vedio – cum – interactive (AVI) method, the use of audio visual teaching aids and the use of the media and entertainment world are all sources of educational input. Existing practices are reviewed and updated to generate enthusiasm in the subject.

Romanian (Salut)

Romanian, which is an Indo-European language and a part of the Eastern Romance sub-branch a language; which evolved from several dialects of Vulgar Latin and it led to the separation of the language from Western Romance languages during the period of 5th to 8th centuries

Romanian is a Balkan Romance language which is spoken as a native language by approximately 30 million people predominantly in Romania and Moldova. According to a survey, there are more than 35 million Romanian speakers throughout the world. It is an official language of Romania and Moldova and one of the officially recognised languages of European Union. Romanian is recognised as a minority language in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Hungary, Ukraine, and Serbia

Romanian language programmes at Langma School of Languages are interactive, where Langma School of Languages’ trainers encourage the students to explore their Romanian language through conversation and activity in the classroom. To reiterate the importance and value of foreign languages as a key skill with relation to global and national demands, personal aspirations and work related improvements. To provide specific solutions to individual and group language problems and fostering the understanding and relevance of an inclusive Romanian community extending from work to home and beyond. It is hoped that greater achievements in personal spoken Romanian abilities will impact on furthering spoken Romanian skills amongst the pupils as well as in the broader educational environment. 

Langma School of Languages’ key challenge is to provide the students with opportunities to become literate, and develop a lifelong passion for the Romanian language.

Serbian (Здраво)

Serbian, which is an Indo-European language a Slavic language, of the South Slavic Subgroup and a standardised variety of the Serbo-Croatian language, the language is mainly used by Serb community throughout the world. Serbian is a standardised form of Serbo-Croatian like Bosnian, Croatian, and Montenegrin. There are more than 12 million speakers of Serbian language.

Serbian is the official language of Serbia and it is one of three official languages of Bosnia & Herzegovina. Serbian also holds the status of co-official language in Montenegro and Kosovo, where it is spoken by the relative majority of the population. Serbian is also recognised as a minority language in Croatia, North Macedonia, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, and Czech Republic

Serbian language programme is designed carefully and professionally adapted to each individual, who has desire to work in Serbia. Nevertheless Serbian is not an easy language to learn because the grammar is rather difficult as well as the rules of spelling which makes the language time arduous. The official script of Serbian language is Cyrillic although the language has unique advantage that Latin alphabet can be used in writing system.

Langma School of Languages conducts ongoing assessments and evaluations throughout the Serbian language programme ensuring the satisfaction of the students, professionals, and the company involved, realising objectives and providing valuable reference. Daily feedback sheets are provided for the professionals to record and pass on their views and comments on Serbian language learning experience; Langma School of Languages actively encourages input from all students, professionals, and company as part of its evaluation process. Personal interaction between students and trainers is also encouraged so that ideas, thoughts, suggestions, and concerns can be shared on a one to one basis and in confidence thereby furthering a mutual and beneficial communication practice

Slovene (Zdravo)

Slovene, which is also known as Slovenian a part of Indo-European language and Subgroup of South Slavic language spoken by more than 2.5 million speakers worldwide. Slovene is the official language of Slovenia and one of the official languages of European Union

Slovene is written in the Latin alphabet and spoken in Slovenia and Austria and Italy where the language is recognised as minority language. Grammatically, Slovene retains forms expressing the dual number (two persons or things) in nouns and verbs, in addition to singular and plural. Slovene has great dialectal variation; there are more than 46 dialect of the language.

Langma School of Languages offers Slovene language course for those who wish to pursue the language as their hobby, business, work, or emigrate. The programmes at Langma School of Languages are interactive and based on communicative approach which enables student to learn grammar through speaking the language. Langma School of Languages offers Slovene language course to group, individuals, attaché, professionals, and entrepreneurs. Our Slovene language programme is designed specifically for the students, attaché, professionals, and entrepreneurs and expected outcomes are always reached and exceeded. Students not only gain the required skills they enjoy learning and in many cases have gone on to achieve top jobs and reach their goals with work wise and personally. 

Moldovan (Salut) 

Romanian, which is an Indo-European language and a part of the Eastern Romance sub-branch a language; which evolved from several dialects of Vulgar Latin and it led to the separation of the language from Western Romance languages during the period of 5th to 8th centuries

Romanian is a Balkan Romance language which is spoken as a native language by approximately 30 million people predominantly in Romania and Moldova. According to a survey, there are more than 35 million Romanian speakers throughout the world. It is an official language of Romania and Moldova and one of the officially recognised languages of European Union. Romanian is recognised as a minority language in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Hungary, Ukraine, and Serbia

Romanian language programmes at Langma School of Languages are interactive, where Langma School of Languages’ trainers encourage the students to explore their Romanian language through conversation and activity in the classroom.

To reiterate the importance and value of foreign languages as a key skill with relation to global and national demands, personal aspirations and work related improvements. To provide specific solutions to individual and group language problems and fostering the understanding and relevance of an inclusive Romanian community extending from work to home and beyond. It is hoped that greater achievements in personal spoken Romanian abilities will impact on furthering spoken Romanian skills amongst the pupils as well as in the broader educational environment

Langma School of Languages’key challenge is to provide the students with opportunities to become literate, and develop a lifelong passion for the Romanian language.

Why choose Langma School of Languages for learning Balkan Languages.

  1. Langma School of Languages has made the transition to a centre of excellence in Balkan languages
  2. Our international team provide exceptional training in Balkan languages; the wide range of programme is provided by native speakers, our entire faculty are extremely proficient and experienced, thereby offering the highest standard of training. 
  3. Langma School of Languages’ objective is to provide exceptional teaching to students of all ages and levels, from school standard to professional, academics no matter what background or discipline they are engaged in, and we aim to exceed the expectations of our students by providing outcomes derived from the excellence of our training. 
  4. Langma’s programme would provide the highest standard of foreign language training and encourage sustainable development with innovation in an environment of creative language acquisition. 
  5. If you are looking for knowledge based interactive programmes leading to success in the field of Balkan languages, Langma School of Languages has everything you need all under one roof. 
  6. Langma School of Languages is committed to providing the best standards of teaching and corporate training and enabling you to reach the peak in your domain. 
  7. The main aims and objectives of Langma School of Languages, to provide unfettered access to the study of Balkan languages for all sections of society. 
  8. We at Langma School of Languages firmly believe in the concept of the global village. With the advent of a multi-faceted digital world, this concept is more significant now than ever before and foreign language has become the link language. 
  9. Our teaching methodology lays emphasis on Speaking, Writing, Listening, and Reading skills. We have evolved an interactive method that focuses on effective communication skills. Through our method we enable learners to have quick grasp of the Balkan languages. They are able to frame sentences quickly, thereby facilitating communication. Our interactive approach kindles an interest in verbal and social contact with others. The module relies heavily on audio-visual tools. This makes for easier learning and greater facility in Balkan Languages. A vast collection of Audio and Video CDs give the students a chance to see how the language is spoken by native speakers.

Experience Professional and authentic Balkan Languages classes with our Qualified Native-Speakers

Beginning with a very small setup, Langma School of Languages has grown by leaps and bounds. It has been instrumental in providing Balkan Languages instruction to millions. It has successfully conducted seminars and placed its students in the field of BPO, Event Management, FMCG, Aviation, and PR. Our team focus on customised training. The organisation is well-equipped with classrooms, auditorium, and an elaborate computer networking. Teachers are well qualified, experienced in the field of language training, experts in areas like grammar, accent, group discussion, and etc. Langma School of Languages is competent enough to take up any assignments from the target groups