Montenegrin leid

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Staundart Montenegrin
Crnogorski, Црногорски
Pronunciation[tsr̩nǒɡorskiː]
Native taeMontenegro
Offeecial status
Offeecial leid in
 Montenegro
Recognised minority
leid in
 Serbie (Municipality o Mali Iđoš)[1]
Regulatit biBoard for Staundardization
o the Montenegrin Leid
Leid codes
ISO 639-3srp [2]
Linguaspherepairt 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 schuil curriculum ar yet tae be approved.[4].

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  1. B92: Crnogorski jezik u Malom Iđošu (Montenegrin language in Mali Iđoš) (in Serbie)
  2. Ethnologue identifies it as Serbian
  3. Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, Or Montenegrin? Or Just 'Our Language'?, Radio Free Europe, February 21, 2009
  4. "2 more letters in Montenegrin language". Archived frae the original on 25 Mairch 2016. Retrieved 3 Februar 2015.