The Albanian language (shqip [ʃcçip]) is one of the Albanian Indo-European languages. It is a living macrolanguage with ISO 639 code [sqi] or [sq].
Albanian is spoken by Albanians. This language is distributed in Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia. The total of speakers is about 6'900'000 (native) and about 7'500'000 (native and second).
Latin script (Albanian alphabet) is used for writing.
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