Cyrillic letters and their Latin equivalences

Letters are from Serbian alphabet
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Cyrillic
Latin
А а
A
Б б
B
В в
V
Г г
G
Д д
D
Е е
E
З з
Z
И и
I
Ј ј
Y
К к
K
Л л
L
Cyrillic
Latin
М м
M
Н н
N
О о
O
П п
P
Р р
R
С с
S
Т т
T
У у
U
Ф ф
F
Х х
H
Ц ц
C
5 Comments
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Level 67
Jan 13, 2015
These "equivalences" are only equivalent when transcribing the Serbocroatian Cyrillic alphabet to the Latin one. When transcribing Russian, for example, X is Kh and Ц is Ts. In Ukrainian and Belarusian, Г is transcribed as H. Well, this is all true except for J, which is only used in Serbocroatian and no other Cyrillic alphabet, and was borrowed from the Latin alphabet in place of the more usual combination of iotated characters and Й, and is transcribed in Latin Serbocroatian as J. Please clarify which particular incarnation of the Cyrillic script you are talking about and make it consistent.
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Level 41
Feb 3, 2015
Its not Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic because Croatians don't use it :)
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Level 74
Jan 13, 2015
In Russian, E is "ye" or "je" and Э is "e". In Russian, X is "kh" and there is no J. ("C" is a normal way of transliterating /ts/, so no issues there.)
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Level 76
Feb 2, 2015
Научио сам руски, па сам ц погрешно
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Level 41
Feb 3, 2015
Jerry, it's nice that you are trying to learn Serbian :)

You made a little mistake, its not "pogrešno" it's "pogrešio"