Well, eve then Serbo-Croatin (basicall name of language in schools) was Štokavian. In Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Serbs wer calling language Serboan, Croats Croatian, altough there was common accetance it is same language. (Aleksandar Belić wrote his Ortography then). This is typical proble of point of wiew. In SFRY, there were grammars who considered all vernaculars from Macedonia to Slovena as one language (Serbo-Croatian), but as soon SFRY dissapeard, language dissapeared also.

I'm aware. However, even though it wasn't taught in schools, Chakavian and Kajkavian were still spoken back then and were part of the Serbo-Croatian language.


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