Western Macedonian dialects

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The Western Macedonian dialects are one of three groups of the Macedonian language. The group is located in the western and southwestern areas of the Republic of Macedonia and smaller parts in Mala Prespa and Golo Brdo, in Albania, and the Florina regional unit, in Greece. The group of Western Macedonian dialects is divided into two subgroups: the central group and the western and northwestern group.

Dialects[edit]

Central group[edit]

Western and northwestern group[edit]