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Serbo-Croat is considered one language with some differences between Serb and Croat pronunciation and usage. Two different alphabets are used: Serbians use Cyrillic script like Russian, and Croatians a Roman or Latin script like English. Both scripts are used in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Roman type script is used primarily in Croatia. Both scripts are shown below to allow the soldier to decipher signs and other printed matter. Croatian is presented later in the chapter. Listed below is Serb Cyrillic, then Croatian Roman, and then the pronunciation. Stress is too unpredictable to indicate.Serbo-Croat Alphabet:Serbo-Croat Alphabet

Serbo-Croat Alphabet

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