If you're honest you'd have to admit that this is not just "Hrvatski" ... The reason that "Bosnian", "Serbian" and "Croatian" are regarded as "separate" languages are political ones, not linguistic ones.Fragadelic wrote:Sad mozete pitati pitanje u Hrvatski ovdje.
Well, Serbs and Montenegrians shouldn't have no trouble whatsoever to write in Latin letters. I think with some small efforts on all sides (just as wonderfully demonstrated here) we should really get along well hereFragadelic wrote: I can surely understand the spoken language of all 3 but I do not read Cyrillic.
It's not that difficult anyway and as I said, it shouldn't be a problem to write in Latin letters.Fragadelic wrote: If they do, I found a cyrillic to latin translator on the web so I'll do my best.
Exactly. But all in all the differences are so ridiculously small.Fragadelic wrote: The differences between them are similar to the differences between Canadian English, British English and American English. All are understood but there are different words for different things and spelling is different as well.
Absolutely!! As as Serb you can even go on vacation in Croatia (been there, done that ... and I liked it ) without switching your "language"Fragadelic wrote:They are close enough that it doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things though.
I'm Swiss ...Fragadelic wrote:So you are Serbian or do you just know the language?
Hvala za dobrodoslicu!Fragadelic wrote:Sad mozete pitati pitanje u Hrvatski, Bosanski i Srpski ovdje.
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