The core principles of my teaching and my method, and all about teaching and learning Serbian as a foreigner, revealed in this interview with Michael of the English Podcast in Serbia.
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So many forms to express the future tense in Serbo-Croatian! What are all of them and how to make sense? Read on to learn all shapes of the future tense in Serbian and Croatian.
If you’re puzzled about the verbs will and want in Serbian (hteti i želeti), unsure when to use which, that’s common. Let’s learn all their differences and similarities to clear up the confusion.
How to find a good Serbian language teacher? Not an easy task. When choosing your Serbian teacher, pay attention to the traits that will help you recognize a true talent
Serbian language podcast for practicing your listening skills and enriching vocabulary. Find inspiration from other foreigners who speak fluent Serbian. Listen to fascinating stories about why and how they mastered the Serbian language.
Did you know that many Serbian leg idioms are actually the same in English and Norwegian? That was a surprise for me too!
Some English speakers make jokes about polishing their Polish, but in this article you will learn 16 false friends in Serbian for Polish speakers.
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First cases of Corona virus in Serbia, isolation measures and distance learning as a brilliant solution for Quarantine
How come this Israeli historian speaks Serbian so fluently? It’s only one of more than 10 languages he speaks. The two Serbian scripts, Cyrillic and Latin, are a piece of cake, compared to the other scripts he can read.
How a Tatar learned our language and fought for our mountains. Now this Tatar teaches Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian and Montenegrin in a practical way. Meet Azat Fattakhov in the second episode of the “Foreigners speak Serbian” series.
A German speaks Serbian: he fell in love with the Slavic languages and is now fluent in Polish and Serbian and speaks some Russian. How he did it and why?
In our cosy routine everything seems to work just fine. But during holidays everything is a mess. Learn how to describe the routine and the messy days with My Daily Routine Serbian Podcast.