Serbian and Croatian are generally considered one language, combined
under the single term Serbo-Croatian. The latter is the most important
language of Yugoslavia, where it is spoken by about 8 million people,
or about 80 percent of the population. The Serbs, however, call
their language Serbian, and being of Eastern Orthodox religious
persuasion, write it in a modified form of the Cyrillic alphabet.
The Roman Catholic Croats, on the other hand, call their language
Croatian and employ the Roman alphabet. Street signs and other inscriptions
in Yugoslavia are generally written in both alphabets.
For each Cyrillic letter in the Serbian alphabet there is a corresponding
Roman letter in the Croatian alphabet. Ivo Andné was the
winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1961.
Serbian is spoken/used in the following
countries: Croatia, Serbia.
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