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Bosnian is an ancient language that has existed for centuries, but modern-day Bosnians have had to learn it over the past two centuries.
As of 2015, there were a total of 3,600 Bosnian-language publications available online, according to the International Association of Language Schools.
The country is a predominantly Catholic country, but it also has a Muslim minority.
When the country was created in the 1990s, it was a predominantly Muslim country.
The country’s languages were not officially separated, but were consolidated into the language codes.
Bosnian was one of the languages spoken in Bosnia, while Serbian and Croatian were the other two.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s and the fall of the former Yugoslavia, many of the ethnic Serbs fled to neighboring Croatia and the neighboring states of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which are now called the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
Since then, Bosnia and the former Yugoslav Republic have been split between Bosnia and Kosovo.
Although the former Serbian republic was dissolved in 2000, the language code has continued to be used as the official language in Bosnia and its territories.
It is not a common language in the country.
According to the World Bank, only 13 percent of Bosnia’s population speak the language.
To help communicate with Bosnans living in the U.S. or the U, you can read about how to learn Bosnian in a couple of languages on our site.
For more, read our review of the Bosnian language.