1. sezona – 1. epizoda – 28 minuta
Foreigners Speak Serbian #1
A German Speaks Serbian
Interview with Henning Jochem
How one German fell in love with the Slavic languages. He studied the English language and literature. Then he visited a friend in Poland and loved it there… Afterwards he visited Serbia and decided to start learning Serbian.
He is now fluent in Polish and Serbian and speaks some Russian.
I present you my student, my dear friend and my German teacher: Henning Jochem from Berlin.
We talked about:
– How knowing another Slavic language both helps and obstructs your Serbian
– Why learning a new script is so difficult and what it takes to master Cyrillic
– Can you speak Serbian in Croatia and Slovenia
– Music and festivals in Serbia
– The best Balkan food in Germany
Meet The Host of the “Foreigners speak Serbian” Podcast
Magdalena Petrovic Jelic
Dedicated Serbian language teacher with a mission to create the best place on the web for learning Serbian. Polyglot and perpetual language learner. True grammar lover. Mother of a 3 years old Viktor and tireless story-teller.
Posvećena profesorica srpskog jezika sa misijom da stvori najbolje mesto na internetu za učenje srpskog jezika. Poliglota i večiti učilac jezika. Iskreni ljubitelj gramatike. Majka trogodišnjeg Viktora i neumorni pripovedač.
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