Serbian Language

Serbian (српски / srpski) is a South Slavic language, and it is mostly spoken by Serbs, who reside in Serbia, Kosovo and Montenegro. In the mid-19th century, Serbian had renovated, and Cyrillic alphabet was developed by a linguist called Vuk Karadžić. Practically, it is a unique European standard language which speaker utilize both Latin and Cyrillic alphabets. A research state that more Serbians prefer to use Latin alphabet than Cyrillic. Due to cultural interaction with other nations, a considerable amount of foreign words were borrowed. These loanwords are mostly borrowed from Latin, Russian, Greek and Turkish.