The Latin alphabet
Two alphabets are used for writing Serbian language: the
and the Latin.
In Yugoslavia most people use the Cyrillic, but frequently Latin, as well.
In Bosnia-Hercegovina, both the Cyrillic and Latin alphabets are in use.
People in Croatia use the Latin form of the Serbian language (adopted
to become Serbo-Croatian, e.g. Croatian.)
The Serbian language (with it's Cyrillic and Latin form) was chosen
as the literary language in the nineteenth century, as a result of
the work of the great Serbian philologist and language reformer,
Vuk Stefanovich Karadzich .