Our Serbo-Croatian (Bosnian) translation team consists of
Bosnian (also called Bosniak) is a South Slavic language of the Balto-Slavic language family of Indo-European languages. It is spoken primarily in Bosnia and Herzegovina and in the Sandžak region of Serbia and Montenegro, although it is also spoken in various places throughout the world, as many speakers were forced to become refugees during the Bosnian war. The standard Bosnian is based on the Neoštokavian dialect, which makes it mutually intelligible with standard Croatian and Serbian. Up until the dissolution of former SFR Yugoslavia, these three languages were treated as one Serbo-Croatian language, a term that is still used to refer to the same dialectal base (the core vocabulary, grammar and syntax) of what are today three separate standards. The language itself uses the Latin alphabet although the indigenous Bosnian Cyrillic is also accepted, chiefly to accommodate for its official usage in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the past; however, it is seldom used. Other, less important, scripts used include begovica (used by Bosniak nobility) and arebica - Arabic script adjusted to write Slavic speech, also chiefly used by Bosniak nobility during the Ottoman era. The irony of the Bosnian language is that its speakers are more linguistically homogeneous than either Serbs or Croats, but failed to standardize their language in the crucial 19th century due to historical reasons. There are approximately 2.7 million native Bosnian speakers worldwide.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
(ME), Banja Luka (BA), Bihac (BA), Bijeljina (BA), Brcko (BA), Dubrovnik (HR), Dubrovnik (HR), Jajce (BA), Karlovac (HR), Karlovac (HR), Mostar (BA), Opatija (HR), Opatija (HR), Pula (HR), Pula (HR), Rijeka (HR), Rijeka (HR), Sarajevo (BA), Split (HR), Split (HR), Trogir (HR), Trogir (HR), Tuzla (BA), Visegrad (BA), Visoko (BA), Vodice (HR), Vodice (HR), Zadar (HR), Zadar (HR), Zagreb (HR), Zagreb (HR),