Introduction to the Croatian and Serbian Language

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Penn State Press, 1972 - Foreign Language Study - 351 pages
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Introduction to the Croatian and Serbian Language provides an introduction to the language traditionally called Serbo-Croatian, although it is also referred to as Serbian or Croatian. There are two main variants of the language: Croatian (Western) and Serbian (Eastern). Unique in its equal treatment of the two principal variants, this book presents the two alphabets used (Latin and Cyrillic), the representation of lexical items specific to each variant, and pronunciation and syntactic differences. A dictionary is also included.

 

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Хорватский и сербский или сербскохорватский (хорватскосербский)?
http://perevod99.blogspot.ru/2007/11/blog-post_3210.html

Contents

I
1
II
7
III
14
IV
19
V
25
VI
31
VII
36
VIII
42
XVII
96
XVIII
105
XIX
109
XX
114
XXI
120
XXII
125
XXIII
130
XXIV
139

IX
48
X
54
XI
61
XII
67
XIII
73
XIV
79
XV
84
XVI
90
XXV
143
XXVI
147
XXVII
152
XXVIII
157
XXIX
162
XXX
169
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Thomas F. Magner is Professor Emeritus of Slavic Languages at Penn State University.

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