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It sounds like Croatian.
About Czech, literal Czech has longer vocals than Serbian, and it gives more melodic tone. Some Czechs told me that Serbian sound to them like Polish, or like Polish inspired dialect from Ostrava. They say when Serbs learn to speak Czech, they talk like from Ostrava. And thats because of fast speaking and not much concentration on vocals.
like a vulgar version of Croatian, full of turcisms that are slowly replaced by Croatian words, whith strong use of non meaningfull word "Bre", and gramaically "Dačenjem", using adjective "da" infront of every verb, similar to Bulgarians.
Fact is they speak Serbian version of Croatian, which was borroved by Vuk Karadžić in 19 century, and because of it, he was exiled from Serbia by the nobles who didnt wont to speak Croatian.
But since it was only thing they had after the "Turkish dark", period of total illiteracy in a span of 400 years, they decided to put it into schools, and designated Karadžić as most pronounced Serbian literate in History.
Language was called Serbo-Croatian, and was mostly altered dialect from Dubrovnik.
Anther fact is that Karadžić didnt just rewrite Croatian, but also made some linguistics developments of his own, which today Croatians also use
The language of FYROM is full of serbisms but you can't expect nothing else from artificial language.
I think that Serbian sounds like Slovenian at first and then language of FYROM Slavs
it sounds like church slavonic language
To me, and I presume to most English-speakers who don't know any Slavic language to any extent worth speaking of, it sounds Russian. I'm pretty sure native speakers of all other Western European languages would have the same view, too. Still, I'm sure Slavs who don't speak Serbo-Croatian have more nuanced opinions.
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