Serbian Language & Culture Blog
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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?
Serbian summer is short, but hot. One month is scalding hot. There are 8 things that will help you survive the heat of the Serbian summer, and actually enjoy it.
Don’t go to another Serbian restaurant without reading these practical tips about ordering food in Serbian like a native! Avoid “the textbook trap” and stop sounding weird!
Easter in Serbia is a fun experience: cracking eggs and saying special greetings. Are you visiting Serbia for Easter Holidays? Learn how to greet your friends and family like a local!
A Christian holiday, but equally important for our history and folk beliefs. Find out why Sretenje is Serbia’s Statehood day and what it traditionally means.
You speak Serbian, your spouse another language. Among yourselves you often communicate in that other language, or in a third language. And what will your child learn?
When you start learning Serbian, eventually you’ll face a vocabulary vs grammar dilemma. There is so much to learn. What to invest your time in: words or rules?
When is the best time for starting Serbian and how to use that surge of motivation and avoid the disappointment many language learners face.
What’s the difference between Slovenian, Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian, Montenegrin and Macedonian? How different or similar are they? Can the people understand each other speaking these languages?
Wondering how to learn Serbian? If you had to choose the best technique, this is what you need. It looks time-consuming, but when you see how effective it is…
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When we learn a language, the main issue is to remember an incredible amount of data. Today we often rely on technology, we use apps and watch videos. But is that really effective in helping us retain the knowledge? Are we doing our best?
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.
Serbian alphabets are even more than two. Only Latin and Cyrillic are used nowadays. But does Serbia use Latin or Cyrillic alphabet today? Why do we use two scripts in Serbia? Which one to learn?
Do you know Serbia? What do you know about Belgrade, the capital? Can you tell that in Serbian?
Watch this video to learn about Belgrade in Serbian and to practice your listening skills.
Common mysteries about the Serbian language solved: Do the Serbs understand Russian? Is Serbian the same as Croatian and Bosnian? Is Serbian grammar complex?
In Serbian language there are only 5 vowels. That’s less then in English, French or German. Learn how to pronounce Serbian vowels properly.
If you ever dreamed of celebrating two Christmases and two New Years, Serbia is the best place for that. Did you know that we have double holidays in Serbia? Learn more about the two calendars, about Christmas and New Year greetings in Serbian.
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