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Myngle wins!

from MYNGLE blog

It is with great excitement that I inform you that yesterday we won the Accenture Innovation Award! Amongst 230 companies that applied, Myngle was first selected as one the top 5 that would present the concept in front of a jury panel from broader media, consulting, investment world. Quite exciting!
As founder of Myngle, I recorded a short 1 minute pitch, which was showed already in a posting below, and a longer one, which was shown during the conference, you can watch it here too:
During the pitch, I thought I had to be myself, and tell the real reasons that had brought me to start Myngle. It is not only about business, but also about some idealistic little voice inside me that sometimes speaks somewhat harder; something that made me believe that there are possibilities within our capacity that can really make a difference. I had a dream… that was Myngle J

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Week Days in Serbian

DANI U NEDELJI - days of the week
Days of the week - the video with useful phrases for arranging a meeting

UTORAK - Tuesday
SREDA - Wednesday
ČETVRTAK - Thursday
PETAK - Friday
SUBOTA - Saturday
NEDELJA - Sunday

For more advanced exercises with days of the week in Serbian check out this post.

How do I say my name and address in Serbian

Name and address in Serbian Let's start with vocabulary covering the most essential phrases:

LIČNI PODACI = personal data

IME = first name
PREZIME = surname
LIČNA KARTA = identity card
PASOŠ = passport
MESTO ROĐENJA = place of birth
DATUM ROĐENJA = date of birth
STALNA ADRESA = permanent address
POŠTANSKA ADRESA = postal address
OŽENJEN = married (for men)
NEOŽENJEN = single (for men)
UDATA = married (for women)
NEUDATA = single (for women)
RAZVEDEN = divorced (for men)
RAZVEDENA = divorced (for women)
UDOVAC = widower
UDOVICA = widow
POL = sex
MALE = muški
FEMALE = ženski

How do I say my name and address in Serbian?


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