Basic Serbian Vocabulary: Words and Phrases with Audios
Tako Lako Vokabular
An important task at the beginner level Serbian language is learning new words. And building your basic Serbian vocabulary can be challenging. Especially if this is your first Slavic language.
That’s why I’m creating this FREE course of basic Serbian Vocabulary. It is here to help you learn all the most important A level Serbian words in a fun and memorable way.
This basic Serbian vocabulary course relies on the vocabulary corpus recommended for the A1 and A2 levels by Cambridge, in accordance with the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
Some main points are covered, but the course is still under development. Check back soon for more content!
How to build your basic Serbian vocabulary?
- Listen to the audio files and practice pronunciation of basic words and phrases you’ll find in these pages.
- As you practice reading, look at the images and/or translation, and focus at remembering the words.
- Use quizzes to test what you’ve learned and see how you progress in building your Serbian vocabulary.
- Get creative! Try to make your own sentences using the words you’ve learned
Vocabulary is very important, but you mustn’t neglect grammar if you are to achieve higher levels of fluency in the Serbian language.
If you’re looking for a comprehensive beginner course of the Serbian language, try the Tako Lako Beginner Serbian Course. It includes lots of vocabulary, but also grammar explanations and exercises. It’s a complete course that will take you smoothly towards the A2 level in Serbian.
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