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F nasaditi ladju ague: Of these three languages which form the southern division of the Slavonic languages, Slovene and Serbo-Croatian are very similar both in vocabulary and structure ; on the other hand, Serbo-Croatian and Bul- garian, though they contain a large number of words common to both languages, are very dissimilar in grammar.
But as the Latin alphabet with these additions accurately and scientifi- cally represents the sounds of the language, the language can be learnt just as well from a book printed in Latin as in Cyrillic characters ; in fact, for many who may not have time to learn the Cyrillic characters at once, it is more ouni to make a first acquaintance with the language in the Latin alphabet.
Inf] [ins infect ‘. Ijno ; I ammilo drago mi je gladden: Ids] 24 [kon i i rlina: Ij as li in million ; nj as ni kunj opinion ; 6, C, as ch in church ; u us oa in room ; h as ch in loch ; c as ts in cats ; 3 as sh in shout.
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Ij as U in million ; nj as ni in opinion ; c, c, as ch in church ; u as ofl in room ; h as ch in loch ; c as ts in muni ; s as rh in s’lout. But it must be remembered that not only are the characters of the two alphabets dissimilar, but also their order kunii largely different ; that of the Latin or Croatian alphabet is of course the same as our own, while that of the Cyrillic or Serbian alphabet is, with certain modifications owing to the introduction of new letters, the same as that of the Greek alphabet, on which, indeed, it is modelled.
Ij as li in million ; nj as m in opinion ; 6, 8, as ch in church ; u as oo in room ; h as ch in loch ; c as ts in oats ; as sh in iuni.
Boh] [Pet Bohemia: Ij as li in million ; nj as nt in opinion ; 6,as ch in church ; u as oo in room ; h as ch in loch ; c as ts in cats ; 6 as sh in shout. That is to say, the same language can be written in either alphabet.
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Bra [Ska Bra6: Ij as li in million ; nj as ni in opinion ; 6, 6, as ch in church ; u aa oo in room ; h as ch in loch ; c as ts in cats ; as ah in shout. Q 82 ftck tajanstvenost: N ins] [Int inseparable: Your Majesty ; uvreda kubi, Iese-majest6 velifiina: Ij as li in million ; nj as m in opinion ; 6, c, as ch in church ; u as oo in room ; h as ch in loch ; o as ts in cats ; fi as sh in shout.
I am pleased, glad milovati milujem: Turkishno j organ: The Slav nations employ two different alphabets, the Latin and that known as the Cyrillic, so-called because its author is assumed to have been the Greek missionary St.
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Slovene is spoken by about one and a half million people in the Austrian provinces of Istria, Carniola, and Carinthia ; Serbo-Croatian is spoken throughout the Austrian province of Dalmatia, the Hungarian provinces of Croatia and Slavonia, the joint Austro-Hungarian territories of Bosnia and Hercegovina, in the southern parts of the kingdom of Hungary known as the Banat and Badkathroughout the kingdoms of Serbia and Montenegro and in parts of Macedonia ; altogether by about nine million people.
Grammars and dictionaries for use in Croatia use the order of the Latin alphabet ; those for use in Serbia and Montenegro use the order of the Cyrillic alphabet.
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Greece ; Gr6ka, f. Chancellor of the Exchequer: Berlin, Berlin Bocche di Cattaro: After the division of the Churches the Slav majstof fell into two sections, those who had been converted from and owed allegiance to Constantinople, and those who stood in a similar position to Rome. Sam] 99 [Slj Samlica: It thus, further, has come about that their language, now generally known as Serbo-Croatian, which is essentially one mjstor the same, is written in both alphabets, Latin and Cyrillic, while each of the other majstlr the Slavonic languages is only written either in Latin or Cyrillic characters.
The Slavonic languages fall into three divisions the eastern, western, and southern. The Serbo-Croatian language, written in Latin characters as taught in the schools where Roman Catholics predominate, i.
Cyril, a native of Salonika, who, with his brother St.