Interesting Croatian Language Facts

Croatian is a South Slavic language and is derived from Old Church Slavonic. In the 19th century, South Slavic nations merged into a united kingdom and unified their very similar languages. The 20th century Yugoslavia used Serbo-Croatian to maintain unity across the country. After taking its independence in 1991, Croatia decided to reform Croatian to differentiate it from Serbian.

It is estimated that Croatian is spoken by around 5 million speakers. It is an official language in Croatia, as well as in Bosnia and Herzegovina (along with Serbian and Bosnian).

LTA LLC has only during the 2018 completed many projects with around 2.7 Million words in total.

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