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Serbian language

Countries (spoken in): Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia
Official status: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia
Total speakers: 11 million speakers

Serbian language — is a South Slavic language, spoken chiefly in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbs in Croatia, and in the Serbian diaspora. Standard Serbian is based on Shtokavian dialect, like Croatian and Bosnian, with which it is mutually intelligible, and was previously unified with under the standard known as Serbo-Croatian.

Serbian language can be written in two different alphabets: Serbian Cyrillic script (ћирилица) and the Serbian Latin (latinica). Both were promoted in Yugoslavia.

Serbian literature emerged in the Middle Ages, and included such works as Miroslavljevo jevanđelje (Miroslav's Gospel) in 1192 and Dušanov zakonik (Dušan's Code) in 1349. Little secular medieval literature has been preserved, but what there is shows that it was in accord with its time.

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Serbian-czech
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Serbian-Dutch
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Serbian-English
Serbian-Finnish
Serbian-French
Serbian-German
Serbian-Greek
Serbian-Hungarian
Serbian-Icelandic
Serbian-Italian
Serbian-Japanese
Serbian-Latin
Serbian-Norwegian
Serbian-Polish
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Serbian-Portuguese brazilian
Serbian-Romanian
Serbian-Russian
Serbian-Slovenian
Serbian-Spanish
Serbian-Spanish latinoamerican
Serbian-Swedish
Serbian-Tagalog
Serbian-Turkish
Serbian-Welsh

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