Montenegrin Language

Montenegrin language is a standardized version of the Serbo-Croatian language, the official language of Montenegro, of the Constitution of Montenegro in October 2007.

In contrast to Serbian and Croatian, Montenegrin language contains two more letters, which are and Z, whose cyrillic labels S and Z. Letters with a soft letter S, and Z-soft letter Z, and the two characters are products Ijekavian jotovanja.
On the Montenegrin language is still viewed as a linguistic diluvilijal on variants and subtypes, provincialism, crnogorizme – all accordance with unitary and assimilating philological concepts. However, the Montenegrin language, despite eradication, is not spent, and it is the least of all the extinct language. It is still a living language. He beat all that was going in the past one hundred years. And that’s primarily talking about his living being and the historical foundation in its structure. He is not missing its phonological, morphological and syntactic, orthographic and the importance of individuality.

Letters in Montenegrin language are Latin and Cyrillic letters, and these letters are called the abeceda and the azbuka.

Alphabet Montenegrin language:

-latinic version: A B C Č Ć D Dž Đ E F G H I J K L Lj M N Nj O P R S Š Ś T U V Z Ž Ź.

– cyrillic version: А Б Ц Ч Ћ Д Џ Ђ Е Ф Г Х И Ј К Л Љ М Н Њ O П Р С Ш С́ Т У В З Ж З́.

Montenegrin language has 32 voices.

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