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I don't speak it so I can't say anything valuable but, maybe it's case of dialect continuum ? Like Torlakian Serbian, when people hear it they usually think it's Bulgarian or Macedonian.

That's exactly what it is. Kajkavian is a transition dialect from Slovenian to Shtokavian.

I have a coworker from Zagorje and it's always puzzling to talk to him, because I am able to speak either standard Slovenian or standard Croatian, but he persists in speaking something in between. So I'm never sure what I should be using with him, will I be speaking closer to what he is speaking if I speak one or the other?  ;D

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