Skip to main content

Numbers in Serbian

Brojevi na srpskom

0 - nula - нула
1 - jedan
- један
2 - dva - два
3 - tri - три
4 - četiri - четири
5 - pet - пет
6 - šest
- шест
7 - sedam - седам
8 - osam
- осам
9 - devet - девет
10 - deset - десет
11 - jedanaest - једанаест
12 - dvanaest
- дванаест
13 - trinaest - тринаест
14 - četrnaest - четрнаест
15 - petnaest - петнаест
16 - šesnaest
- шеснаест
17 - sedamnaest - седамнаест
18 - osamnaest
- осамнаест
19 - devetnaest - деветнаест
20 - dvadeset - двадесет

Many thanks to the blog follower who added the reply to the question about the numbers from 20-100! Hope this AUDIO helps as well!
Numbers like 21 are written separately, for example: dvadeset jedan (except when filling in cheques and similar)


Anonymous said…
may i ask how we can say 21 , 22 etc?
Anonymous said…
1 jedan – one
2 dva – two
3 tri – three
4 četiri – four
5 pet – five
6 šest – six
7 sedam – seven
8 osam – eight
9 devet – nine
10 deset - ten
11 jedanaest - eleven
12 dvanaest - twelve
13 trinaest – thirteen
14 četrnaest – fourteen
15 petnaest – fifteen
16 šesnaest – sixteen
17 sedamnaest – seventeen
18 osamnast – eignteen
19 dvetnaest – nineteen
20 dvadeset – twenty
21 dvadeset jedan – twenty one
22 dvadeset dva – twenty two
30 trideset - thirty
31 trideset jedan – thirty one
40 četrdeset – forty
50 pedeset – fifty
60 šezdeset – sixty
70 sedamdeset – seventy
80 osamdeset – eighty
90 devedeset – ninety
100 sto (stotinu) – one hundred


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Popular posts from this blog

Verb Conjugations in Serbian

Serbian belongs to a group of (highly) flective languages, and as such its verbs have conjugations. This means that you have to pay attention to the suffixes which are added to the stem of each verb. If you have a dictionary of Serbian, you will notice that infinitive endings are -iti, -ati, -eti, or simply -ti and sometimes -ći. In order to learn the conjugations, it is wise to know that the suffixes for each person singular or plural are added to the verb stem (base verb without infinitive endings). 

The conjugation system of Serbian verbs is rather complex. There are several classes of regular verbs distinguished according to certain features the verbs within a class share. (I copied this sentence from Wikipedia, so you can follow the link to see the conjugations of the verb 'RADITI' (to work) to get the idea how it looks like in different tenses.)

As you could see, it is not only the present tense, but we need also to learn how to use the verbs in different tenses. Theref…

Learning Serbian with Short and Easy Texts - Routines

Here comes a short text about routines both in Serbian and in English. I hope that my video will help you understand the text in Serbian. There is also a task to be done:
- After listening to me asking and answering questions, you can try to do the same - practice asking questions and giving answers, and recording all that on
Exercse 1. Routines - missing verbs

2. Routines - missing pronouns

4. Link to the edited video  with questions and answers written and translated + additional exercises with questions and answers

Aspect in Serbian - Odmoriti or Odmarati?

Do you know the difference between odmoriti and odmArAti (to have a rest)? Which one shows a finished action (perfective aspect), which one shows an action in progress (imperfective aspect)?

If you know the word trAjAti, which means to lAst, it will help you connect the form with double A with the action in progress, which shows that odmArAti is obviously used to show that you are or were "having a  rest / resting".

On the other hand, the form with odmORIti, shows that you have had a rest and that's it, the result is more important than duration, so this form shows the perfective aspect.

Their various forms and differences in present and past tenses are so subtle, so I created a set of exercises for you to learn more about this weird odmoriti-odmarati duo by actually using them:) Before you see all the forms below, try to do this Micromatch exercise:

How much time did you need? Guess it wasn't that hard, once you were able to see the possible answers. For some more d…