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list of the languages
- Bosnian language (latin uses alphabet and the cyrillic alphabet)
- Bulgarian language
- Croatian language
- Macedonian language
- Moliseslawi language
- Serbian language (the cyrillic uses andlatin alphabet)
- Serbo-Croatian language (officially obsoleter compromise from Serbian and Croatian writing language, which remain further mutually understandable however).
- Slovenian language
Bulgarian and Macedonian language
Bosnian develops on Štokavi.
the Croatian can be divided dial-acct-logically into three groups of dialects: Štokavisch, Kajkavisch and Čakavisch. Small Croatian enclaves in Romania beside Karaševo speak Torlakisch. The today's office language Croatian is built on Štokavi. In the castle country Čakavisch is used predominantly, likewise in the Croatian coastal country. Kajkavisch is spoken in the north and the west of Croatia.
the Serbian can be divided dial-acct-logically into two groups of dialects: Štokavisch and Torlakisch. The today's office language Serbian is built on Štokavi. Torlakisch occurs only in the southeast of Serbia. Besides becomes in Montenegro on the Štokavi language variantused.
the südslawischen languages that became Hungary and the German Ostkolonisation in Austria as well as the Reetablierung of the Romanian one between 9 by the colonization. and 11. Century separately from west and ostslawischen languages spatially.
Native linguistscontinue to divide the Südslawi languages often still on into a western group, which the Slovenian and the Mittelsüdslawi dia. system and/or. (Bosnian ones, Serbian ones and Croatian ones), and an eastern covers its single languages consisting of the Bulgarian one and Macedonian one (as well as the Torlaki dialectthe Serbian one). The eastern group stands out compared with other slawischen languages by a large loss of the declination and exhibits some taken over grammatical thing in common with the Romanian one, Albanian one and partly also the newGreek. Together with thesethis “eastern group” to the Balkans - language federation are counted. Altkirchenslawi does not know these characteristics yet up.
See also: Slawi languages
note: Südslawisch is called Yugoslav, becomes however frequently erroneous as name for the Serbo-Croatian language in the translation (inearlier Yugoslavia) uses. See:Serbo-Croatian language and differences between the Croatian, the Serbian and the Bosnian Standardsprache