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Explanation: In Serbian, it can be written either in Latin ('Ja volim Džastina') or in Cyrillic alphabet ('Ја волим Џастина'), where the Cyrillic is the official one, but everyone knows and writes Latin as well.
Ivana's anwer is almost correct, but the name Justin has to be written with letter 'Dž' instead of 'Đ' (in Latin). Letter 'Dž' is a single letter.
Explanation: Contrary to Nenija's opinion, there is a general rule in Serbia that every foreign name has to be transcribed (unlike in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina) into Serbian alphabet, either Latin or Cyrillic. Therefore, correct answers are the above mentioned.
However, the sentence could also be shortened to 'Volim Džastina'.