Montenegrin leid

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Staundart Montenegrin
Crnogorski, Црногорски
Pronunciation [tsr̩nǒɡorskiː]
Spoken natively in Montenegro
Leid faimlie
Offeecial status
Offeecial leid in  Montenegro
Recognised minority leid in  Serbie (Municipality o Mali Iđoš)[1]
Regulatit by Board for Staundardization
o the Montenegrin Leid
Leid codes
ISO 639-3 srp [2]
Linguasphere pairt o 53-AAA-g

Montenegrin (Црногорски језик, Crnogorski jezik) is a name uised bi a lairge number o Montenegrins for the Serbo-Croatian leid as spoken bi Montenegrins; it an aa refers tae an incipient staundartized form o the Shtokavian dialect o Serbo-Croatian uised as the offeecial leid o Montenegro. The same subdialect o Shtokavian is also the basis o standard Croatian, Bosnian, an Serbian, so aw ar mutually intelligible an ar a single leid bi that criterion, despite being distinct naitional standards.[3]

Montenegrin became the offeecial leid o Montenegro wi the ratification o a new constitution on 22 October 2007. The Montenegrin staundart is still emergin. Its orthography wis established 10 Julie 2009, wi the addition o twa letters tae the alphabet, though grammar an a school curriculum ar yet tae be approved.[4].

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