Accusative – A case you will need to survive Christmas
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Accusative – A case you will need to survive Christmas

After a very strange year affected by COVID19, we finally made it to this period we all are happy about: Christmas and New Year’s holidays. It’s a time to be with your family (if it is possible in these circumstances). This brings us to our topic: the accusative case.

Why is Serbian language so hard to learn?
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Why is Serbian language so hard to learn?

In this post, we will give you some advice about learning Serbian. Nevertheless, what we are going to tell you can actually be applied to learning any language. The thing we hear a lot when teaching Serbian is complaining about the difficulty of the language. To change this mindset, read our post below.

Talking about locations and directions
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Talking about locations and directions

If you never know whether to say u Beograd or u Beogradu this is a perfect article for you. We are going to explain everything you need to know when it comes to locations and directions in the Serbian language. After reading it, there will be no more confusions like: is it idem na grad or...

Essential phrases you’ll need when you visit Serbia
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Essential phrases you’ll need when you visit Serbia

Wherever you travel, knowing a couple of words or phrases in the local language always comes in handy. Even though a lot of people in Serbia have a basic or intermediate knowledge of English, we are always amazed and truly flattered when people from abroad make an effort in speaking Serbian.

How to learn Serbian?
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How to learn Serbian?

People have been wondering for ages: how can I learn a foreign language? What do you think, is there an answer to this question? Well, yes, there is. There is an exact formula for learning any language. And the same would go for Serbian. Continue reading and find out what you need to do in...

Using ‘više’ and ‘još’ in Serbian language
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Using ‘više’ and ‘još’ in Serbian language

If you ask someone what do these words, više and još, mean in Serbian, they will tell you: both mean more. What they might forget to tell you is that these two are usually not interchangeable and can have much more meanings. So, how should you use them properly?

Serbian Pronunciation
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Serbian Pronunciation

Hello there, you brave student of Serbian. As you probably know by now, we have two alphabets: Cyrillic and Latin. We use them both, yes. And if you’ve already tried to study Serbian alphabet, you’ve probably encountered some letters like č,ć,ž,đ,š. We guess that your facial expression at that moment was something like this.