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Serbian language is the only European language with “active digrapia”. This means that it uses two writing systems – both the Latin and Cyrillic alphabets.

Wow that is actually good to know....thanks for the great info.

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I wonder for how long and when it will start to confuse people :) Like, the older generations were using Cyrillic only right? (correct if wrong) and the youngsters probably use in majority the Latin one? (an educated guess ;)

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Bartosz...Yes, it's something like that...In 1st and 2nd grade you learn both writing systems ,so you can decide yourself which one do you like better ...In my case ,I use Cyrilic when I'm writing something (with pen) ,and latin when I am on pc or phone... :)

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Serbian language
Serbian language is the only European language with “active digrapia digraphia ”. This means that it uses two writing systems – both the Latin and Cyrillic alphabets.
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