Croatian language

Countries (spoken in): Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vojvodina (Serbia), Montenegro
Official status: Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Austria, Romania, Serbia
Total speakers: 6,2 million speakers

Croatian language (cro. hrvatski jezik) — is a South Slavic language which is used primarily in Croatia, by Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in neighbouring countries where Croats are autochthonous communities, and parts of the Croatian diaspora.
It is one of languages that are part of the Central-South Slavic diasystem

The beginning of the Croatian written language can be traced to the 9th century, when Old Church Slavonic was adopted as the language of the liturgy. This language was gradually adapted to non-liturgical purposes and became known as the Croatian version of Old Slavonic.

Croatian alphabet

The Standard Croatian vowel system is simple, with five vowels (all monophthongs). Although meaningful, the difference between long and short vowels is not represented in Croatian orthography.

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