Serbo-Croatian language

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Serbo-Croatian language is nowadays called Serbian or Croatian. It is interesting to note that there is also a version of the language called Bosniak, although Bosniaks are an artificially named nation (actually they are islamized Serbs). There are certain differences between the two versions - Croatian and Serbian, but the language still can be treated as one. Although it is sad to note that the differences are increasing maintained by political movements in the region the language is spoken. The serbocroatian language was made from the Stokav and Ijekav dialects the two main dialects spoken in Croatia Bosnia and Serbia and Monte Negro. Other dialects were Kajkav and Ekav and Cakav dialect.