"بوسنیائی زبان" کے نسخوں کے درمیان فرق

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{{Infobox language
|name = Bosnian
|nativename = {{Lang|sh|''bosanski''/босански}}
|pronunciation = {{IPA-sh|bɔ̌sanskiː|}}
|states = Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Slovenia, Kosovo and the [[Bosnian diaspora]]
|region =
|speakers = 2.5–3.5 million
|date = 2008
|ref = <ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.alsintl.com/resources/languages/Bosnian/ |title=Accredited Language Services: An Outline of Bosnian Language History |author= |date= |work= |publisher=Accredited Language Services |accessdate=12 August 2012}}</ref>
|speakers2 = (number is ambiguous)
|familycolor = Indo-European
|fam2=[[Balto-Slavic languages|Balto-Slavic]]
|fam3=[[سلافیہ زبانیں]]
|fam4=[[جنوبی سلاوک زبانیں]]
|fam5=[[جنوبی سلاوک زبانیں]]
|fam6=[[Serbo-Croatian language|Serbo-Croatian]]
|fam7=''[[Shtokavian dialect|Shtokavian]]''
|fam8=''Neo-Shtokavian''
|fam9=''[[Eastern Herzegovinian dialect|Eastern Herzegovinian]]''
|script = [[لاطینی رسم الخط]] <small>([[Gaj's Latin alphabet|Gaj's alphabet]])</small><br>[[سیریلیک رسمِ خط]] <small>([[Serbian Cyrillic alphabet|Serbian alphabet]])</small>{{refn|group="Note"|name="Cyrillic-note"|Cyrillic is an officially used alphabet, but in practice it is mainly used in [[سرپسکا]], whereas in the [[وفاق بوسنیا و ہرزیگووینا]] mainly Latin is used.{{Sfn|Alexander|2006|pp=1–2}} }}<br>[[Yugoslav Braille]]
|nation={{BIH}}
|minority=<br>{{SRB}}<br>{{MNE}}<br>{{MKD}}<br>{{HRV}}<br>''{{KOS}}{{ref label|status|a|}}''
|iso1=bs
|iso2=bos
|iso3=bos
|glotto=bosn1245
|glottorefname=Bosnian
|lingua=part of [[53-AAA-g]]
|notice=IPA
}}
 
'''بوسنیائی زبان''' (Bosnian language) (تلفظ: {{IPAc-en|audio=En-us-Bosnian.ogg|ˈ|b|ɒ|z|n|i|ə|n}} (''bosanski''/босански; {{IPA-sh|bɔ̌sanskiː|}})
سربی-کروشیائی کی معیاری قسم ہے جسے بنیادی طور پر [[بوسنیائی|بوسنیائی قوم]] استعمال کرتی ہے۔ <ref>David Dalby, ''Linguasphere'' (1999/2000, Linguasphere Observatory), pg. 445, 53-AAA-g, "Srpski+Hrvatski, Serbo-Croatian".</ref><ref>Benjamin V. Fortson, IV, ''Indo-European Language and Culture: An Introduction'', 2nd ed. (2010, Blackwell), pg. 431, "Because of their mutual intelligibility, Serbian, Croatian, and Bosnian are usually thought of as constituting one language called Serbo-Croatian."</ref><ref>Václav Blažek, "On the Internal Classification of Indo-European Languages: Survey" [http://www.phil.muni.cz/linguistica/art/blazek/bla-003.pdf retrieved 20 Oct 2010], pp. 15–16.</ref>