About Albanian Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Albanian is an Indo-European language. It is widely spoken by the Albanians living in the Balkans. The language is also spoken in the Albanian diaspora living in America, Europe, and Oceania. Albanian has almost 7.5 million speakers around the world. It has an independent branch within the Indo-European languages. Albanian is not similar to any other Indo-European language. The language belongs to the Indo-European family of languages. It has its specifics and is similar to Greek and Armenian. It doesn’t have any direct similarities with other languages of the same family. The new learners of Albanian say that it is hard to learn. The major reason behind it is that the language's words don't have many similarities to the English synonyms. This can make it hard to memorize.
About Croatian Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Croatian is the standard version of the Serbo-Croatian pluricentric language. It is used by Croats especially in Croatia, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. It is also widely spoken in the Serbian province of Vojvodina and other neighboring countries. Croatian is the official language of the European Union. The standard Croatian language is based on the dialect of Serbo- Croatian and Shtokavian. Apart from the Shtokavian dialect, there are other two major dialects spoken in the territory of Croatia, Chakavian, and Kajkavian. All the native speakers are covered under the term ‘’Serbo-Croatian in English. This term is considered controversial for some native speakers. However, some people use it in diplomatic circles. The Croatian language is characterized by Ijekavian pronunciation. There are a lot of Latin alphabets used in it that make it different from Serbian.