What language do they speak in Bosnia

Interesting facts about the Bosnian language

 
 
Bosnian is one of the Slavic languages, which in turn form a subgroup of the Indo-European languages. More than 250 million people speak a Slavic language. Speakers of these languages ​​can often understand each other; Bosnian, for example, is very similar to Serbian and Croatian.
 
The Slavic languages ​​are differentiated according to their geographical location. There are East Slavic, West Slavic and South Slavic languages. The group of East Slavic languages ​​includes Russian and Ukrainian, while West Slavic includes Czech, Slovak, Polish and Sorbian. Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian, Slovenian, Bulgarian and Macedonian are South Slavic languages.
 
Bosnian - written in Latin script
 
Some of the Slavic languages ​​are written in Latin, the other in Cyrillic. Bosnian, like Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, and Polish, is written in Latin letters. The Latin alphabet for Bosnian has been expanded to include a few letters from Czech, for example the letter š.
 
Bosnian is spoken by around 1.7 million people, the majority of whom live in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Larger Bosnian-speaking groups can also be found in Serbia, Montenegro, the USA or Turkey.
 
Bosnian is the official language in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A peculiarity of Bosnian is the Turkish influence; many loan words come from Turkish.