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Finally, there is a very small Montenegrin group who also speak a variety which was incorporated into Serbo-Croatian. he Serbian and Croatian varieties of Serbo-Croatian are known as srpski and srpskohrvatski, respectively. he actual diferences between them involve diferent preferences in vocabulary rather than diferences in pronunciation or grammar. ’ he varieties are written in diferent scripts (Roman for Croatian and Cyrillic for Serbian), which also relect the diferent religious loyalties of Croats and Serbs (Catholic and Orthodox).

If you see yourself as a speaker of German, you orient to Standard German, not Standard Dutch, even if Standard Dutch might be linguistically more similar to your native dialect. hus the process of standardization and the ideology involved in the recognition of a standard are key aspects of how we tend to think of language and languages in general. People tend to think of a language as a legitimate and ixed system which can be objectively described and regard dialects as deviations from this norm.

Language planning and policy issues, including the spread of English world-wide and the ‘death’ of many languages, is the third (chapter 14). Chapter Summary his chapter provides an introduction to the ield of sociolinguistics as well as to some of the major themes that will recur throughout this textbook. We propose broad deinitions for the terms ‘language’ and ‘society,’ introduce the concepts of ‘identities,’ ‘power,’ and ‘solidarity,’ and explore the possible relationships between language and culture, most notably the Whorian hypothesis.

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