Serbian is a Slavic language spoken primarily in Serbia, where it is the official language, as well as in parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Croatia. It has over 12 million speakers worldwide. Serbian has a unique linguistic history and has been influenced by various languages, including Latin, Turkish, and Greek. It is written using the Cyrillic alphabet or the Latin alphabet, and has a complex grammar structure with a system of cases, verb conjugations, and declensions. Serbian is known for its literature, music, and art, and is an important language for trade and commerce in the Balkans region.