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Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, a Grammar With Sociolinguistic Commentary
Author: Ronelle Alexander
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press
Publication date: 2006
Number of pages: 489
Format / Quality: PDF - Excellent
Size: 30.5 Mb
This book is about the language that used to be called Serbo-Croatian. When Yugoslavia split up into separate component states, this one language was replaced by the three languages now known as Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian.1 The background of this situation is complex. Some claim that Serbo-Croatian still exists as a unified language and that to call the successor systems separate languages is a political fiction required by the existence of separate states, while others claim that there never was a unified language and that the naming of one was likewise a political fiction required by the existence of a single state. Most thinking falls somewhere between these two poles. What is clear to everyone, however, is that all these languages share a common core, a fact which enables all their speakers to communicate freely with one another.
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