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Five Minute Serbian - free version

A brand new series of courses called 5MinuteSerbian are designed in such a way that you first learn the language without delving into grammar at all.  A set of commonly used phrases are drilled through videos with slow pronunciation and translation, then with the video where you watch me playing a game (and you are given the links to the same game), then in the third video we are doing tests together. The fourth video is called "the experiment" where you are applying the same phrases and structures onto different situations, based on the photos. Once you feel more confident you can find the same set of videos but in the Cyrillic script.  Join this free sample course to see how it works. 

Super Easy Serbian - Greetings for Beginners - Online Course 

One hour  of content organized in 20+ video lessons and exercises

Free since July 2018! This course will teach you to understand the greetings used formally and informally and to respond to them appropriately. 

Each video lesson has both the Latin script and Cyrillic script version, and a slow pronunciation, along with the video with which you can practice saying out the sentences and phrases on your own, with the chunks of language disappearing :) Have fun!

Serbian 101 - Online Course 99$ Regular price

More than 5 hours of content organized in 70+ video lessons and exercises
Serbian 101 from the beginner to elementary level. By clicking this link you will get a 30% discount, available only through this blog!

Becoming familiar with the both Cyrillic and Latin script in Serbian
  1. Cyrillic and Latin script in Serbian
  2. Greeting people
  3. Introducing yourself and others

  4. Asking and answering questions
  5. Numbers
  6. Asking about prices
  7. Telling the time
  8. Talking about the Daily routines - Intro to Conjugations
  9. Talking about Food and what you like to eat
  10. Short Texts with Explanations

Serbian Online Course Series: 102 

More than 4 hours of content organized in 60+ video lessons and exercises

Great news! By clicking this link you will have a 50% discount, available only through this blog. 
  1. Places and Verbs of Movement with the Accusative
  2. Asking for and Giving Directions
  3. Expressing Likes and Dislikes
  4. Buying Thinks, Asking about Prices, Expressing Preferences
  5. The Instrumental Case with Means of Transportation and Company
  6. Introduction to the Past Tense
  7. Verb to Live in the Past 
  8. The Locative Case with the verbs to be and to live in the Past
  9. Talking about Past Events, Years, Large Numbers and Ordinal Numbers

Serbian Phrases - Online Course 

with more than 60 lessons - 50% OFF via this link ( or click on the banner above)

This course is perfect for you if you are searching for:
  • extremely slow, syllable by syllable pronunciation of the phrases in Serbian.
  • list of commonly used phrases both in Serbian and English.
  • list of phrases both in the Cyrillic and Latin alphabet (therefore useful for anyone travelling to the region of ex-Yugoslavia)
  • fun exercises together with writing and speaking exercises for each topic

This course is perfect for the tourists and business people travelling to Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia and Montenegro.

Feel free to download all the videos in order to use them as a quick reference tool on the go.

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You can support my work, the creation of Super Easy Serbian lessons and courses, by subscribing to Serbian weekly lessons via Patreon page . Make sure you first register at Patreon, and then click this link to find me and support me. HVALA!

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