October 26, 2020

5 Best Places To Visit in Serbia

I believe many people will agree that there are a lot of places in Serbia that deserve to be on this list of 5 places to […]
October 20, 2020
Serbian Grammar Basics

Serbian Grammar Basics

Serbian is the mother tongue of about 12 million people. Most live in Serbia and other southern European countries. Serbian belongs to the South Slavic languages […]
October 18, 2020
Common Serbian Phrases

500 Common Serbian Phrases For Travel

Serbia is a country of great people, rich history, brave people, won and lost wars, ups and downs, scientists, athletes, beautiful landscapes, pastures, mountains, rivers, and […]
October 14, 2020
Learn the Serbian Language

How To Help Your Partner Learn Serbian Language

A few blog readers have emailed me asking if I have any tips on how to help their spouse or lover learn the Serbian language. To […]
October 6, 2020
Serbian Funny Phrases

Funny Serbian Phrases And Their Meaning

Here are some funny Serbian phrases and expressions from everyday life and their meanings. Smile and enjoy these great explanations of interesting phrases and expressions. Whether they […]
September 15, 2020
Serbian Greetings

Serbian Greetings Everyone Should Know

Once you start learning Serbian Greetings or you arrive in Serbia, the first words you will hear will be a big warm-hearted “Dobro došli” (Latin Alphabet) […]
September 1, 2020
Hvala Meaning

What Is The Meaning Of Hvala In English?

So, you’re new to learning Serbian and want to learn what the meaning of hvala is in this beautiful language. So here it is: hvala means thank you. […]
August 25, 2020
Serbian Alphabet Pronunciation

Serbian Alphabet Pronunciation

Serbian Alphabet Pronunciation is one of the hardest things to learn when it comes to this amazing language. So let’s start with a simple, yet interesting […]
August 18, 2020
Serbian Slang

Serbian Slang You Have to Learn

Every day, a large number of people in Serbia use Serbian Slang expressions, most often in the simple conversations, they have with friends, family, or acquaintances. […]