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map shows the regions of the world where Belarusian (also
called Byelorussian or "White
Russian") is commonly spoken in Belarus and in adjacent
parts of Poland (red circle). They are about 9 million Belarusian
speakers in the world. Belarusian is most similar to Russian
and Ukrainian. It is found
in the East Slavic sub-branch of the Balto-Slavic languages
|Daniel M. Short originally created this
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