Languages of Montenegro 

What language is spoken in Montenegro? Many tourists who are going to Montenegro are wondering what language is spoken in this country. By the way, many are also interested in the fact whether they will understand you on Montenegrin soil and whether there will be any difficulties in communication. Let’s understand this issue and decide whether the Montenegrin language is really so simple or complex.

Official language in Montenegro

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Montenegro acts as the most comfortable country for living and recreation of the speaking population. Most of the signs and shop windows are full of information that any one can understand.

This is due to the fact that the official language of the country, Montenegrin, has roots with the English language. Also, English words are often used in the country.

By its nature, the Montenegrin language resembles the Serbian language. The differences between these languages ​​were initially very insignificant, because the construction of both languages ​​was based on the same language group.

After the language reform was carried out in 2007, the Montenegrin language was simplified as much as possible. As a result, only two written versions of the language remained: Cyrillic and Latin.

According to this reform, documents in Montenegro can be written in Cyrillic or Latin. Both spellings have the same basis and are identical to each other.

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Therefore, both options are used in official papers, and in everyday life they use the option that is more familiar. This is where the uniqueness of the Montenegrin language lies.

If you think that they will be able to understand you in Montenegro or not, then the answer will be positive. True, if a local resident wants to understand you.

So, if you are friendly to the locals, greet them and smile, then the communication process will go very well and you will be able to find out the information you need. Those citizens who attack the locals will have to work hard to be understood and helped.

In general, the Montenegrin language is part of the Slavic group of languages. Most of the words and expressions with the Russian language are identical.

Due to the fact that a large number of people live in Montenegro, here you can often hear many speech. At the same time, English is more difficult for Montenegrins, however, even in English you will be understood in any situation.