Serbia Language is all about the official language that is spoken in Serbia, which is Serbian. Serbian language has been primarily taken from a dialect that is popularly known as the Shtokavian dialect. There are other kind of dialects such as the Ekavian and Ijekavian whichare spoken by the Bosnians and Herzegovinians dwelling the landof Serbia. The prescribed alphabet that is widely used in Serbia is Latin and Cyrillic. Serbian language is spoken mostly by the Serbs but other minority and ethnic groups like the Croats, Bosnians, Jews and Slovaks speak their respective languages. The Slavic ethnic groupsfor instance dwelling in Serbia usually speak in language that has a southern Slavic touch. The Serbian government allows other ethnic groups to speak in their own native language without having to face any barriers from the regional government.
Script Prevalent In Serbia
In the ancient times the Cyrillic alphabet was used in the kingdom of Serbia. But Latin came into existence mainly after the early nineteenth century around 1918.The Latin alphabet was used widely in the coastal linings of Montenegro. After some point of time Latin was used extensively by the Serbians and there were many eminent authors in Serbia who wrote famous books and novels in Serbian Latin.