Croatian language courses at Echo

Croatian language is part of a group of Southern-Slavic languages, and is usually employed by Croats. It is based on the Shtokavian dialect, and the alphabet is Latin.

Modern Croatian is the result of more than 900 years of literature, a mix of ecumenical and secular Croat. Ecumenical Croat was abandoned from use at the middle of the XIVth century.

At the beginning of the XXth century, Croat merged with Serbian, despite many writers opposed it. After the fall of communism, the situation concerning the Croat language stabilized.

Freed from political pressure, Croatian suffered a process of re-Croatization.

If the speakers of Bosnian, Serbian, or Croatian have the tendency of making differences between these languages, it is because they want to point out the political, cultural and religious differences, of the region, and the language has become a reason of reaffirming the ethnic identity.

Today, Croat is spoken by approximately 6 million people, mostly from Croatia, but also from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and Italy.

Would you like to find out anything about Croatian? At Echo, you can register for individual courses, or in a small group. If you are part of a company that would like to organize corporate courses of Croat, then Echo is the right school!

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