Albanian is an Indo-European language spoken mainly in Albania and Kosovo, and also in other areas of the Balkans including Montenegro, Macedonia, and Greece. It is also spoken by Albanian diaspora communities in North America and Australia. Albanian is a official language in Albania and Kosovo, and has co-official status in Montenegro and Macedonia.
Albanian is closely related to other Indo-European languages, particularly the Illyrian languages, and has been influences by both Latin and Slavic languages. Albanian is written in the Latin alphabet.
The Albanian language has two main dialects, Gheg and Tosk. The Tosk dialect is spoken in the south of the country, while the Gheg dialect is spoken in the north. There are also several sub-dialects of Albanian.
Albanian is a rich and expressive language, with a wide range of vocabulary. Albanian has also borrowed words from other languages, particularly from Turkish and Italian.
Albanian is a fascinating language, with a rich history and a bright future.