The Croatian language falls into the Slavic languages in the Western sub-groups and it is spoken by a little more than 5 million people. It's an official language in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and a part of Serbia. One of the peculiarities of the Croatian language are the differences in the personal pronoun 'they'. Here, they are three and their use depends on the gender. We don't have to forget that except for the three main dialects there is a great number of smaller ones which sometimes makes the translation process more complicated.
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The Croarian language belongs to the Slavic languages in the Western sub-groups and it is spoken by a little more than 6 million people. It is widely spread in Europe and is recognized as an official language of the national minorities in countries like Italy, Romania, Monte Negro, Austria. Except in these countries it is an official laguage in some municipalities of Burgenland. It has a local statute in Serbia. It is an official language both in the local Republic and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Gaj's alhpabet is established based on the Czech alphabet and it consists of three dialects.