Serbo-Croat was common literary language of Serbs and Croats from 1850 till 1990, it was based on Štokavian dialect. Čakavian dialect was base for Croatian literary language from XI till XVI century, Kajkavian was basis for Croatian literary language from XVI till 1837.

I'm not talking about the standard language. In between those years, Kajkavian, Chakavian and Shtokavian (and sometimes Torlakian) were the dialects of Serbo-Croatian. The standard for Serbo-croatian however, was only Shtokavian. Do yo understand the difference?


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