November 29, 2021
The Croatian language is spoken in Croatia and parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This language belongs to Indo-European languages. It also has similarities with Persian and even ancient Persian. There are words in this language that are similar to those found only in Persian.
Croatian, like other Serbo-Croatian species, has 35 phonemes consisting of 25 consonants and 10 vowels.
The Croatian-Serbian consonant apparatus contains 25 consonants. One of its features is the presence of post-tertiary and enamel consonants of Kami and the absence of Kami wear. In Serbo-Croatian, unlike most Slavic languages such as Russian, for many consonants there is no advantage over its non-failure counterpart.
The Serbo-Croatian vowel system consists of five vowels / a, e, i, o, u / in two types: short and long. However, in the text, except in dictionaries, there is no difference between them.