Bosnian emerged as a distinct language after the break up of Yugoslavia in the 1990s. An official language of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1994, along with Croatian and Serbian.
Although around 2.5 million people speak Bosnian worldwide, most of its speakers live in Bosnia and Herzegovina. However, Bosnian is also used in Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia. Bosnian language has influenced a wide range of other languages throughout the world. Unlike some other languages from the same Southern Slavic group, such as Serbian, Bosnian primarily uses the Latin alphabet. Spoken Bosnian, however, is very similar to spoken Serbian and some linguists think that it differs even less than American does to English.
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