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Montenegrin language

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 29. Chapters: Montenegrin-language films, Montenegrin-language surnames, Serbo-Croatian grammar, Shtokavian dialect, Serbo-Croatian phonology, Orlovici, Serbo-Croatian words of Greek origin, Popovic, Jankovic, Petrovic, Rastoder,... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 29. Chapters: Montenegrin-language films, Montenegrin-language surnames, Serbo-Croatian grammar, Shtokavian dialect, Serbo-Croatian phonology, Orlovici, Serbo-Croatian words of Greek origin, Popovic, Jankovic, Petrovic, Rastoder, A View from Eiffel Tower, Montenegrin alphabet, Markovic, Kovacevic, Jovanovic, Filipovic, Bozovic, Packing the Monkeys, Again!, Radovic, Knezevic, Bjelogrlic, Stefanovic, MiloSevic, I Have Something Important to Tell You, Martinovic, Sokolovic, Perovic, Nikolic, Montenegrin Cyrillic alphabet, Matica crnogorska, Zivkovic, Lazovic, Vucinic, DraSkovic, Plamenac, KankaraS, Simovic, Vujovic, Vujacic, Cetkovic, Tadic, Krivokapic, Samardzic, Ðokovic, Damjanovic, Danilovic, Abramovic, Adzic, Raznatovic, Babovic, Vukcevic, sekularac, Ðukanovic, Dapcevic, VraneS, Dragovic, Dragojevic, Nenadovic, Jokic, Dajkovic, Lompar, Kujovic, Raicevic. Excerpt: Serbo-Croatian is a South Slavic language with moderately complex verbal and nominal systems. This article deals exclusively with the Neo-Shtokavian dialect, the basis for the official standard of Yugoslavia and its present-day forms of Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian. All Serbo-Croatian lexemes in this article are spelled in accented form in both scripts (Gaj's Latin and Vuk's Cyrillic), as well as in both accents (Ijekavian and Ekavian, with Ijekavian bracketed) where these differ. (See Serbo-Croatian phonology.) Translations are given as tooltips, and can be seen by hovering the cursor over a marked entry. Serbo-Croatian makes a distinction among three genders (masculine, feminine and neuter) seven cases (nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, vocative, locative, instrumental) and two numbers (singular and plural). The category of animacy is important for the choosing of accusative singular of o-stems, and of pronouns. Animate nouns have the accusative case like the genitive, and inanimate nouns have the accusative case like the nominative. This is also important for adjectives and numerals which agree with masculine nouns in case. Serbo-Croatian has three main declensional types, traditionally called a-type, e-type and i-type respectively, according to their genitive singular ending. This type reflects Proto-Slavic o-stems, and is characterized by the endings or zero in the nominative singular, and in genitive singular. It includes most of the masculine and all of the neuter nouns. This types has two types of case endings: one for masculine, and the other for neuter gender: The zero ending -Ø is for masculine nouns which end in consonant in nominative singular, and also for neuter nouns that end in which is a part of the word stem. Alternative endings in NVI singular are governed by the stem-final consonant: if it is a non-palatal consonant, the former endings are used, and if it is a palatal consonant, the latter endings are used. Masculine nouns

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2011
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781156132906

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