The importance of this document is reflected in the fact that it is the oldest secular monument in the South Slavic
region written in the Bosnian variant of the Cyrillic script - 'Bosancica' and it is also the oldest legal document in the South Slavic
area written in the vernacular.
And secondly, that the language of our neighbors, recognized at a UN conference in 1977, as defined in the agreement, belongs to the group of South Slavic
languages," Tsipras said.
The official and most widely spoken language is Macedonian, which belongs to the eastern branch of the South Slavic
Egoistic bureaucrats do not need civil Bosnia or peace among South Slavic
"tribes", because what would they do then and how they deal with their problems.
'To understand Zagori, you should ask, what were these privileges?' ponders Thede Kahl, Director of the Institute of Slavic Studies and Caucasus Studies, and Professor for South Slavic
Studies at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, Germany.
Nine months after the CPC resolution appeared, the Toronto newspaper Borba (The Struggle) was launched for South Slavic
immigrant workers in Canada.
These 21st-century recollections of South Slavic
Socialism are accompanied by innumerable relics of the era's trash culture.
The Balkan Sprachbund languages that belong to the eastern group of South Slavic
languages, with the sole exception of Bulgarian and Macedonian, fully developed only the definite article.
Language Varieties Between Norms and Attitudes: South Slavic
The Serbian language has been studied in a natural speech analysis as a part of the South Slavic
language group .
In succinct chapters--mostly only one to three pages in length, with the significant historical dates as titles--Ferk reports on events and protagonists from the Austrian, Serbian, and South Slavic
points of view.
He mentor, Samuil Borisovich Bernstein, made the entry on the Macedonian language as a separate South Slavic
language in the 37th volume of the Great Soviet Encyclopedia as early as 1938.