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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Giving directions in Serbian - Part 1

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Giving Directions in Serbian

  • Izvinite = excuse me (although izvinite can mean sorry as well)
  • da li = the way to start "yes -no" question
  • ovo = this
  • put = way
  • za = to
  • aerodrom = airport (masc. sg.)
  • ali = but
  • na raskrsnici = at the crossroads
  • skrenite = turn (formal, informal is "skreni") 
  • desno = right 

Saturday, April 09, 2011

Learn Serbian Phrases by Playing

Gde si sada? = Where are you now?
Do you want to play via the comments page?
I'll ask the first question:
1. Da li si u parkU ?

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Singular and Plural in Serbian

Neki ljudi svoje kućne ljubimce posmatraju kao decu.

1. NEKI - some
2. LJUDI - people
3. SVOJ - possesive pronoun like my/your /his /her/its /our/your /their, used when the possesion refers to the subject
5. POSMATRATI - to watch, regard as, think of
6. KAO - as, like (there is no distinction between AS and LIKE in Serbian)
7. DECA - children


1. PA... - well...
2. TATA - dad
3. IMATI - to have
4. LI - used for question forms in all tenses
5. TESTAMENT - the will (a legal declaration of a person's wishes as to the disposition of his or her property or estate after death, usually written and signed by the testator and attested by witnesses)

Some people regard their pets as children.
Well, daddy, do you have the will ?

Practice. FOLLOW THIS LINK FOR Singular - Plural Exercise

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: 

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Podcast in Serbian Language - A2, Food

Today's video lesson based on authentic listening material is all about food! Let's watch and listen to Miodrag Petrović Čkalja, one of the most famous Serbian actors in a short excerpt from Kamiondžije (always listed in top ten Serbian series).

The question is what was he eating = šta je jeo and why different cases in one sentence?


If invisible, here is the link.

Advanced Serbian - Srpski kao drugi jezik

Gde je ključ? Где је кључ? - Učimo srpski sa Marinom
Gde je ključ? ...
Where is the Key?-...
By Marina Petrović
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