The Serbian language is an important and influential language to many. It has a long and complex history which has led to its development.
Serbo-Croatian, the official language of Serbia, is a South Slavic language closely related to Croatian, Bosnian, and Montenegrin.
Serbian has two alphabets – The Cyrillic alphabet and Latin alphabets. Cyrillic is the official. And Latin is rarely used.
It has a vocabulary of Slavic, Germanic, and Latin elements.
Due to occupations, Serbian is partially influenced by Hungarian, Turkish, and Greek languages.
Though most Serbians are Orthodox Christian, the language includes some words from Islamic culture due to the Ottoman Empire's influence.
Serbian dialects differ from region to region, with some dialects, such as Prizren-Timok, Torlakian, and Shtokavian, significantly influencing the language's development.
A notable difference between Serbian and other Slavic languages is that Serbian tends to use fewer nouns cases.
In the past, Serbian was written using Cyrillic and Latin. However, today Latin is infrequent to use.
Serbian also has various dialects, accents, and slang words which can vary significantly between different regions of the country.
Serbian has one of the most comprehensive grammar among all Slavic languages, including verbal and nominal inflections.