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Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian languages, alphabets and pronunciation (459 words)
Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian languages, alphabets and pronunciation
Serbian (српски;), Croatian (Hrvatski) and Bosnian (Bosanski) are closely related Southern Slavonic languages formerly known collectively as Serbo-Croat.
Croatian contains many words of Latin and German origin but many new Croatian words are created by combining and adapting existing ones.
CROATIAN LANGUAGE FROM THE ELEVENTH CENTURY TO THE COMPUTER AGE (1548 words)
Croatian literature participated in all the major European artistic and intellectual movements from the Renaissance and the Reformation to the contemporary currents.
Five Croatian writers, two Serbian philologists, and one Slovenian linguists in Vienna in 1850 and signed the so-called "Vienna Literary Convention." This was a manifesto calling for the creation of a common language for all Croats and all Serbs.
Having concluded that the Croatian language was being degraded to the status of a local dialect, eighteen Croatian scholarly institutions published The Declaration Concerning the Name and Position of Croatian Literary Language in March 1967.
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