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Finally, there is a very small Montenegrin group who also speak a variety which was incorporated into Serbo-Croatian. The Serbian and Croatian varieties of Serbo-Croatian are known as srpski and srpskohrvatski, respectively. The actual differences between them involve different preferences in vocabulary rather than differences in pronunciation or grammar. ’ The varieties are written in different scripts (Roman for Croatian and Cyrillic for Serbian), which also reflect the different religious loyalties of Croats and Serbs (Catholic and Orthodox).