The Balto-Slavic language group is made up of the Baltic and Slavic languages. They are part of a large family group because they share many similarities involving the linguistic traits of the two language families that can not be found in other languages. The Balto-Slavic languages are mainly spoken in areas of eastern, northern and southern parts of Europe. The Balto-Slavic languages are daughter languages of the now extinct Proto-Indo-European.
|Eastern, Southern and Northern Europe|
Countries where the national language is:
Eastern Slavic Western Slavic Southern Slavic(Eastern) Baltic
Some examples of Balto-Slavic languages spoken today:
For a complete list of Balto-Slavic languages go here.