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.

You are missing the point. Kajakvian and Čakavian were spoken, but nevertheless incluson of that two dialects into Serbo-Croatian was artficial.
Serbo-Croatian was based upon Štokavian dialect, it was only common standard for Serbian and Croatian language, not samw with Serbian+Croatian (+ others).


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