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By the end of the 18th century, (Old) Belarusian was still common among the minor nobility in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (GDL).Jan Czeczot in the 1840s had mentioned that even his generation's grandfathers preferred speaking (Old) Belarusian.) In its vernacular form, it was the language of the smaller town dwellers and of the peasantry and it had been the language of oral folklore.Teaching in Belarusian was conducted mainly in schools run by the Basilian order.
There are several systems of romanizing (transliterating) written Belarusian text in existence; see Romanization of Belarusian.
Belarusian grammar is mostly synthetic and partly analytic, and overall is quite similar to Russian grammar.
Belarusian orthography, however, differs significantly from Russian orthography in some respects, due to the fact that it is a phonetic orthography that closely represents the surface phonology, whereas Russian orthography represents the underlying morphophonology.
When the nine geminate consonants are excluded as mere variations, there are 39 consonants, and excluding rare consonants further decreases the count.
The number 48 includes all consonant sounds, including variations and rare sounds, which may be semantically distinct in the modern Belarusian language.