Ok, but I wasn't arguing it's existence, only the dialects of it.

Well, if you acceptpoint that Čajkavaian and Kajkavian are dialects of Serbo-Croatian, you apriori accept its exsistanec prior to 1850s. Both Serbian and Croatian linguist today reject existance of Serbo-Croatian prior to 1850s. There are some exceptions, but I speak about majority.


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