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Showing posts with label Serbian 301. Show all posts
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Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Listening Exercise about Quantities & Groceries - Serbian 301

Listening Exercise in Serbian

What can you buy for 1000 Dinars? Šta možete da kupite za 1000 dinara?

Let's watch the video together and answer this question:

  1. One way to do this exercise is simply by jotting down the words you understand
  2. If your Serbian is at a higher level, you can jot down what each person says. 
While I am making a multiple choice exercise, let's simply watch this video: 

Sunday, November 14, 2021

Serbian 301 - Impersonal se

Exercise with Impersonal SE in Serbian

Video Lesson - Serbian 301

Monday, December 14, 2020

Serbian 301 - Word Order with SE

From the very first lesson, one gets to learn that funny "se" in the sentence: "Zovem se... " (My name is...). Often times it doesn't mean anything, or simply isn't translated into English. That's why you need to do a lot of exercises to get accustomed to this form. 

Serbian 301 - Word Order with SE

Let's start with the first exercise where you simply need to say how much these sentences are true for you. Try using the following phrases:

  • Takođe
  • Isto
  • Ponekad
  • Uglavnom 
  • Nikada 

Exercise with Word Order with SE

Now, that you are familiar with these sentences, you can easily do the following exercise - putting the words in order. Have fun!

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Serbian 301 - Verbs in Context

This series of Quizlet exercises are based on the previous two lessons from my course Serbian 301:
  1. Lekcija 1
  2. Vežba 1 

Serbian 301 - Verbs in Context

Serbian 301 - Practicing Verbs in Context

Serbian 301 - Playing with Verbs in Context

Monday, November 11, 2019

Serbian 301 - Asking Questions

Serbian 301 - Asking Questions with Verbs which Require Accusative

In the previous lessons of Serbian 301, you practiced:

Serbian 301 - Asking Questions

Now, let's practice asking questions about these photos! Let me give you a few examples.

  1. Šta žena čita? Ona čita novine.
  2. Gde sedi žena koja čita novine?  Sedi u kafiću.
  3. Da li žena  koja  sedi u kafiću pije kafu ili vino? Ona pije kafu.
  4. Šta nosi žena  koja  čita novine? Nosi beretku.
  5. Gde ide žena koja  nosi kafu? Ide na posao.
  6. Gde su ljudi? Oni su u muzeju.
  7. Šta ljudi  koji su u muzeju gledaju? Gledaju veliku sliku.
  8. Gde su ove devojčice? One su u vozu.
  9. Šta čitaju devojčice  koje su u vozu? Čitaju Hari Potera
  10. Gde je ova crkva? Na Novom Zelandu.
  11. Kako izgledaju ljudi koji idu u crkvu? Ljudi koji posećuju crkvu su stari.

Serbian 301 - Asking Questions in Cyrillic Script

Let's fill in the gaps while reading the same questions in the Cyrillic script.

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Serbian 301 - Retelling Story

In Serbian 301 one is practicing to confidently ask and answer questions about some past tense events. This can be practiced in different ways:

  • talking about your past, or past events in your life
  • talking about your friends and family and their experiences
  • retelling a short story that we have previously learnt
  • retelling an interesting film/book plot
Additionally, you can also practice telling a story based on a suitable song. Let's take Kristing by Zdravko Čolić, for example!

Retelling Story in Serbian - Song 

Retelling Story in Serbian

For the sake of understanding here comes a page with the lyrics translation (not the perfect one, though, but you'll get the gist) and now you can practice retelling the story with the following set of exercises:

Retelling Story by asking questions

Now that you know what has actually happen, can you add your questions in the comments below?
Let me start with just a few:
  1. Kada je Zdravko išao na salaš?
  2. Gde je bio salaš?
  3. Šta sve znači "društvo"?
  4. Ko je stajao na vratima?
  5. Šta je petrolejka?

Saturday, May 05, 2018

Serbian 301 - The Accusative

Let's practice your listening skills with the following exercise, which is based on this video. You can do this exercise in two ways:
  1. Try to drag the words in the gaps based on their meaning and then listen to the audio to check.
  2. Listen to the audio and then drag the words into the gaps. 

Have fun!

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Serbian Online Course

If you've been following SerbianLessons pages on this blog, you've probably noticed that there is a growing number of Serbian online courses which I am adding there.

Why do you need a course ?

  • Because you need a clear step-by-step guidance, and that is exactly what you get when you enroll one of the courses.
  • Because you need an easily accessible site where you can easily refer back to the videos from the previous lessons, as well as to the videos of upcoming sessions in order to prepare for the online sessions in advance. By joining one of my courses, you are granted unlimited access and downloading option to all the MP4s, MP3s and PDFs.
What do you learn ?

  • All my courses are goal oriented - each lesson is organized in such a way that you learn to understand/say something useful, inspired by everyday situations. 

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