@Gvarda Russians say što, Bulgarians say što, Macedonians say što, Bosnians too. So how did you conclude that it’s Serbian? There are documents from 1192 from west bosnia which are in štokavian. Slavic people share a common history, it’s normal that they speak in similar ways, especially because croats and serbs live in the same region. That doesn’t make štokavski serbian nor does it make it croatian. All of us Balkan Slavs first spoke old church slavonic which then developed into different languages but we retained the word ‘što’. It’s just common sense. Još samo fali da kažeš da je kajkavsko narječje zapravo dijalekt slovenskog haha


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