Albanian is an Indo-European language. It is uncertain where this language originated, as there are number of regions that the language could have formed. It’s plainly the sole modern survivor of its own subgroup. Illyrian language considered as it’s ancestor or nearest relative.
Standard or modern Albanian is revised form of the southern dialect referred as Tosk. This is what is used in the Albanian dictionary today. The second dialect is spoken in the north called ghee.
Albanian is the natural language at Albania and Kosovo. Also spoken as minority northern language around the Balkans like Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Greece, Servia and Turkey.
Today, there are approximately 10 million people speaking the Albanian language.