Serbian verbal aspect explained in detail. Tips for recognizing the two aspects with examples, so you can finally understand the most boggling feature of the Serbian language
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Many people wonder if Serbian and Croatian are the same language. If not, how different are they? And what’s the difference? How they relate to Bosnian and Montenegrin? Which one you should learn?
In the Serbian language, verb “to be” is a controversial verb. It can cause disputes and fights and many confusions. Here’s an article that aims to resolve all your doubts about “glagol biti” (verb to be in Serbian).
The core lesson on Serbian Verbs. The Present tense in Serbian language is both simple and complex. There are universal endings and three types of verbs conjugation, but then it gets complicated…
Cases are usually the most challenging part of the grammar you need to understand and get used to when you start learning Serbian – especially if it’s your first language with declensions. This article will help you understand what cases are and how to learn them.