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Serbian Adverbs

If you're trying to learn Serbian Adverbs you will find some useful resources including a course
about Adverbs of time place manner and frequency... to help you with your Serbian
grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word
changes its place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian.
Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Serbian Adverbs

Learning the Serbian Adverbs is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Adverbs is in the structure of the grammar
in Serbian.

Serbian adverbs are part of speech. Generally they're words that modify any part of language
other than a noun. Adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives (including numbers), clauses, sentences
and other adverbs. Here are some examples:

English Adverbs Serbian Adverbs


adverbs prilozi -
I read a book sometimes Prochitala sam ponekad kigu -
I will never smoke Nikada neu pushiti -
are you alone? este li sami? - ?

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Adverbs in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Adverbs above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Serbian.

List of Adverbs in Serbian

Below is a list of the Adverbs of time place manner and frequency in Serbian placed in a table.
Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Serbian
vocabulary.

English Adverbs Serbian Adverbs


adverbs of time prilozi za vreme -
yesterday uche -
today danas -
tomorrow sutra -
now sada -
English Adverbs Serbian Adverbs
then onda -
later kasnie -
tonight vecheras -
right now momentalno -
last night sino -
this morning utros -
next week sledee nedee -
already ve -
recently nedavno / skoro - /
lately nedavno / skoro - /
soon uskoro -
immediately odmah -
still osh -
yet osh -
ago pre -
adverbs of place prilozi mesta -
here ovde -
there tamo -
over there tamo -
everywhere svuda -
anywhere bilo gde -
nowhere nigde -
home dom -
away daleko -
out van -
adverbs of manner prilozi za nachin -
very veoma -
quite sasvim -
pretty prilichno -
really stvarno -
fast brzo -
well dobro -
hard tvrdo -
quickly brzo -
slowly polako -
carefully pazhivo -
hardly edva -
English Adverbs Serbian Adverbs
barely edva -
mostly uglavnom -
almost skoro -
absolutely apsolutno -
together zaedno -
alone sam / sama / samo - / /
adverbs of frequency prilozi uchestalosti -
always uvek -
frequently chesto -
usually obichno -
sometimes ponekad -
occasionally povremeno -
seldom retko -
rarely retko -
never nikada -

Adverbs of time place manner and frequency have a very important role in Serbian, therefore
they need very special attention. Once you're done with Serbian Adverbs, you might want to
check the rest of our Serbian lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Pronouns

If you're trying to learn Serbian Pronouns you will find some useful resources including a
course about Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or
reflexive pronouns... to help you with your Serbian grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson
and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don't forget to check
the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Serbian Pronouns

Learning the Serbian Pronouns is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Pronouns is in the structure of the grammar
in Serbian.

Serbian pronouns include personal pronouns (refer to the persons speaking, the persons spoken
to, or the persons or things spoken about), indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns (connect parts
of sentences) and reciprocal or reflexive pronouns (in which the object of a verb is being acted
on by verb's subject). Here are some examples:

English Pronouns Serbian Pronouns


Pronouns Zamenice -
I a -
you ti -
he on -
she ona -
we mi -
they oni -
me a -
you ti -
him ega -
her en -
us nas -
them ih -
my mo -
your tvo/vash - /
his egov -
her en -
our nash -
their ihov -
mine moe -
yours tvoe / vashe - /
his egovo -
hers eno -
ours nash -
theirs ihov -

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Pronouns in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Pronouns above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Serbian.

List of Pronouns in Serbian

Below is a list of the Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or
reflexive pronouns in Serbian placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very
useful and important words to your Serbian vocabulary.

English Pronouns Serbian Pronouns


English Pronouns Serbian Pronouns
I speak a govorim -
you speak govorite / govorish - /
he speaks on govori -
she speaks ona govori -
we speak mi govorimo -
they speak oni govore -
give me date mi -
vam -
give him mu -
give her o -
give us nama -
give them dati im -
my book moa kiga -
your book tvoa kiga / vasha kiga - /
his book egova kiga -
her book ena kiga -
our book Nasha kiga -
their book ihova kiga -

Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or reflexive pronouns have
a very important role in Serbian, therefore they need very special attention. Once you're done
with Serbian Pronouns, you might want to check the rest of our Serbian lessons here: Learn
Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Verbs

If you're trying to learn Serbian Verbs you will find some useful resources including a course
about Verbs in the present past and future tense... to help you with your Serbian grammar.
Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its
place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian. Enjoy the
rest of the lesson!

Serbian Verbs

Learning the Serbian Verbs is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Verbs is in the structure of the grammar in
Serbian.

Serbian verbs are words that convey action (bring, read, walk, run), or a state of being (exist,
stand). In most languages a verb may agree with the person, gender, and/or number of some of
its arguments, such as its subject, or object. Here are some examples:

English Verbs Serbian Verbs


Verbs Glagoli -
Past Proshlost -
I spoke Razgovarao sam / govorio sam - /
I wrote napisao sam -
I drove vozio sam -
I loved Voleo sam -
I gave Dao sam -
I smiled smeao sam se -
I took uzimao sam / uzeo sam - /
he spoke on e govorio -
he wrote napisao e -
he drove vozio e -
he loved voleo e -
he gave dao e -
he smiled On se nasmeshio -
he took uzeo e -
we spoke prichali smo / govorili smo - /
we wrote napisali smo -
we drove odvezli smo -
we loved voleli smo -
we gave dali smo -
we smiled smeali smo se -
we took uzeli smo -
Future Budunost -
I will speak a u govoriti -
I will write a u pisati -
I will drive a u voziti -
I will love a u voleti -
I will give a u dati -
I will smile a u se smeati / smeau se - /
I will take uzeu -
English Verbs Serbian Verbs
he will speak On e govoriti -
he will write on e pisati -
he will drive On e voziti -
he will love on e voleti -
he will give on e dati -
he will smile on e se smeati / smeae se - /
he will take on e uzeti / uzee - /
we will speak govoriemo -
we will write pisaemo -
we will drive voziemo -
we will love voleemo -
we will give daemo -
we will smile smeaemo se -
we will take uzeemo -
Present Prezent -
I speak a govorim -
I write Pishem -
I drive Vozim -
I love Volim -
I give Daem -
I smile smeem se -
I take Uzimam -
he speaks govori -
he writes pishe -
he drives vozi -
he loves on voli -
he gives on dae -
he smiles smee se -
he takes on uzima -
we speak govorimo -
we write pishemo -
we drive vozimo -
we love volimo -
we give daemo -
we smile smeemo se -
we take uzimamo -
As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Verbs in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Verbs above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Serbian.

List of Verbs in Serbian

Below is a list of the conjugated Verbs in the present past and future in Serbian placed in a table.
Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Serbian
vocabulary.

English Verbs Serbian Verbs


I can accept that a mogu da prihvatim da -
she added it ona e dodala -
we admit it priznaemo -
they advised him savetovali su ga da -
I can agree with that mogu se slozhiti sa tim -
she allows it dozvoava da -
we announce it naavuemo da -
I can apologize mogu da se izvinim -
she appears today danas e se poaviti -
they arranged that ugovorili su da -
I can arrive tomorrow mogu doi sutra -
she can ask him ona ga mozhe pitati -
she attaches that ona pridae da -
we attack them napadnemo ih -
they avoid her oni e izbegavau -
I can bake it mogu da ispechem -
she is like him ona e poput ega -
we beat it pretukli smo -
they became happy postali su sreni -
I can begin that -
we borrowed money pozamili smo novac -
they breathe air dishu vazduh -
I can bring it mogu dovesti -
I can build that mogu da izgradim -
she buys food ona kupue hranu -
we calculate it rachunamo da -
they carry it oni nose -
they don't cheat oni ne varau -
she chooses him ona bira ega -
English Verbs Serbian Verbs
we close it zatvorili smo -
he comes here on ovde dolazi -
I can compare that mogu da uporedim sa -
she competes with me ona se takmichi sa mnom -
we complain about it zhalimo se na -
they continued reading nastavili su chitae -
he cried about that plakao e zbog toga -
I can decide now a sada mogu da odluchim -
she described it to me opisala mi e -
we disagree about it ne slazhemo se da -
they disappeared quickly brzo su nestali -
I discovered that Otkrio sam da -
she dislikes that ne dopada o se -
we do it mi to radimo -
they dream about it oni saau o tome -
I earned zaradio sam -
he eats a lot on ede puno -
we enjoyed that uzhivali smo -
they entered here ovuda su ushli -
he escaped that pobegao e -
I can explain that Mogu da obasnim -
she feels that too i ona osea da -
we fled from there pobegli smo odande -
they will fly tomorrow lete sutra -
I can follow you mogu da te pratim -
she forgot me zaboravila me e -
we forgive him oprashtamo mu -
I can give her that mogu o dati -
she goes there ona tamo ide -
we greeted them pozdravili smo ih -
I hate that Mrzim to -
I can hear it Mogu da ga chuem -
she imagine that zamislila e da -
we invited them mi smo ih pozvali -
I know him a ga znam -
she learned it nauchila e -
we leave now idemo sada -
English Verbs Serbian Verbs
they lied about him lagali su u bezi ega -
I can listen to that mogu da slusham -
she lost that izgubila e -
we made it yesterday uche smo uspeli da -
they met him sreli su ga -
I misspell that pogreshno e napisala -
I always pray uvek se molim -
she prefers that voli da -
we protected them zashtitili smo ih -
they will punish her kaznie e -
I can put it there mogu da stavim ovo tamo -
she will read it Ona e ga chitati -
we received that dobili smo -
they refuse to talk oni odbiau da razgovarau -
I remember that Seam se da -
she repeats that Ona ponava da e -
we see it mi to vidimo -
they sell it oni ga prodau -
I sent that yesterday Poslao sam da uche -
he shaved his beard obriao se -
it shrunk quickly brzo se smailo -
we will sing it mi emo to otpevati -
they sat there seli su tamo -
I can speak it mogu da kazhem da -
she spends money ona troshi novac -
we suffered from that mi smo patili od toga -
they suggest that oni sugerishu da -
I surprised him a sam ga iznenadila -
she took that ona e to -
we teach it smo ga nauchi -
they told us su nam rekli -
she thanked him zahvalila mu se -
I can think about it a mogu misliti o tome -
she threw it bacila e -
we understand that shvatamo da -
they want that oni zhele da -
I can wear it Mogu da ga/e nosim - /
English Verbs Serbian Verbs
she writes that Ona pishe da -
we talk about it prichamo o tome -
they have it imau ga -
I watched it gledao sam -
I will talk about it a u govoriti o tome -
he bought that yesterday kupili smo to uche -
we finished it zavrshili smo -

Verbs in the present past and future tense have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they
need very special attention. Once you're done with Serbian Verbs, you might want to check the
rest of our Serbian lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Phrases with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian phrases with audio. To help you read and also
hear the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.

how?

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what?

?
who?

?
why?

?
where?

?
can I help you?

?
can you help me?

?
do you speak English?

?
what time is it?

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how much is this?

?
what is your name?

?
where do you live?

We hope you enjoyed learning the Serbian phrases. You can also visit our Learn Serbian page
for other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

List of Vocabulary in Serbian

Below is a list of the vocabulary and expressions in Serbian placed in a table. Memorizing this
table will help you add very useful and important words to your Serbian vocabulary.

English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
Vocabulary
colors boe -
black crna -
blue plava -
brown braon -
gray siva -
green zelena -
orange oranzh/narandzhasta - /
purple ubichasta -
red crvena -
white bela -
yellow zhuta -
sizes velichine -
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
big veliki -
deep duboko -
long dug -
narrow uzak -
short nizak - (if used for persons)
small mali -
tall visok -
thick debeo -
thin tanak -
wide shirok -
tastes ukusi -
bitter gorko -
fresh svezhe -
salty slano -
sour kiselo -
spicy uto -
sweet slatko -
qualities kvaliteti / osobine - /
bad loshe -
clean chisto -
dark mrachno -
difficult teshko -
dirty pravo -
dry suvo -
easy lako -
empty prazno -
expensive skupo -
fast brzo -
foreign strano -
full puno -
good dobro -
hard tvrdo -
heavy teshko -
inexpensive eftino / evtino - /
light svetlo -
local lokalno -
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
new novo -
noisy glasno -
old staro -
powerful mono -
quiet tiho -
correct tachno -
slow sporo -
soft mekano -
very veoma -
weak slabo -
wet mokro -
wrong netachno / pogreshno / nepravedno - / /
young mlado -
food Hrana -
almonds bademi -
bread hleb -
breakfast doruchak -
butter buter -
candy bombona / slatkish / kolach - / /
cheese sir -
chicken piletina -
cumin kim -
dessert desert -
dinner vechera -
fish riba -
fruit voe -
ice cream sladoled -
lamb age / agetina - /
lemon limun -
lunch ruchak -
meal obrok -
meat meso -
oven rerna -
pepper biber -
plants bike -
pork svisko meso -
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
salad salata -
salt so -
sandwich sendvich -
sausage kobasica -
soup supa -
sugar sheer -
supper vechera -
turkey urka / uretina - /
apple abuka -
banana banana -
oranges pomorane -
peaches breskve -
peanut kikiriki -
pears krushke -
pineapple ananas -
grapes grozhe -
strawberries agode -
vegetables povre -
carrot shargarepa -
corn kukuruz -
cucumber krastavac -
garlic beli luk -
lettuce zelena salata -
olives masline -
onions luk -
peppers paprika -
potatoes krompir -
pumpkin bundeva -
beans pasu -
tomatoes paradaz -
alligator aligator -
alligators aligatori -
bear medved -
bears medvedi -
bird ptica -
birds ptice -
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
bull bik -
bulls bikovi -
cat machka -
cats machke -
cow krava -
cows krave -
deer elen -
many deer eleni -
dog pas -
dogs psi -
donkey magarac -
donkeys magarci -
eagle orao -
eagles orlovi -
elephant slon -
elephants slonovi -
giraffe zhirafa -
giraffes zhirafe -
goat koza -
goats koze -
horse ko -
horses koi -
lion lav -
lions lavovi -
monkey mamun -
monkeys mamuni -
mouse mish -
mice mishevi -
rabbit zec -
rabbits zechevi -
snake zmia -
snakes zmie -
tiger tigar -
tigers tigrovi -
wolf vuk -
wolves vukovi -
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
objects obekti -
bathroom kupatilo -
bed krevet -
bedroom spavaa soba -
ceiling plafon -
chair stolica -
clothes odea -
coat kaput -
cup shoa / posuda / pehar - / /
desk sto -
dress haina -
floor sprat / pod - /
fork viushka -
furniture nameshta -
glass staklo -
hat sheshir -
house kua -
ink mastilo -
jacket akna -
kitchen kuhia -
knife nozh -
lamp lampa -
letter pismo -
map mapa -
newspaper novine -
sveska (as in regular paper notebook) / laptop (as notebook computer) -
notebook
(as in regular paper notebook) / (as notebook computer)
pants pantalone -
paper papir -
pen hemiska olovka -
pencil olovka -
pharmacy apoteka -
picture slika -
plate plocha -
refrigerator frizhider -
restaurant restoran -
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
roof krov -
room soba -
rug tepih -
scissors makaze -
shampoo shampon -
shirt koshua -
shoes cipele -
soap sapun -
socks charape -
spoon kashika -
table sto -
toilet toalet -
toothbrush chetkica za zube -
toothpaste pasta za zube -
towel peshkir -
umbrella kishobran -
underwear doe rube / doi vesh - /
wall zid -
wallet novchanik -
window prozor -
telephone telefon -
this ovo -
that ono -
these ovi / ove - /
those oni / one - /
Questions
how? kako? - ?
what? shta? - ?
who? ko? - ?
why? zashto? - ?
where? gde? - ?
different
razlichiti obekti -
objects
art umetnost -
bank banka -
beach plazha -
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
book kiga -
by bicycle biciklom -
by bus autobusom -
by car kolima -
by train vozom -
cafe kafe -
country zema -
desert pustia -
dictionary rechnik -
earth Zema -
flowers cvee -
football ragbi -
forest shuma -
game igra / mech / partia - / /
garden bashta -
geography geografia -
history istoria -
house kua -
island ostrvo -
lake ezero -
library biblioteka -
math matematika -
moon mesec -
mountain planina -
movies Filmovi -
music muzika -
ocean okean -
office kancelaria -
on foot peshice -
player igrach (sports) / pleer (mp3 player) - (sports) / (mp3 player)
river reka -
science nauka -
sea more -
sky nebo -
soccer fudbal -
stars zvezde -
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
supermarket samoposluga -
swimming pool bazen -
theater pozorishte -
tree drvo -
weather vreme -
bad weather loshe vreme -
cloudy oblachno -
cold hladno -
cool prohladno -
foggy maglovito -
hot vrue -
nice weather lepo vreme -
pouring kishovito -
rain kisha -
raining kishovito -
snow sneg -
snowing snezhne padavine -
ice led -
sunny sunchano -
windy Vetrovito -
spring prolee -
summer leto -
autumn esen -
winter zima -
people udi -
aunt tetka -
baby beba -
brother brat -
cousin roak -
daughter erka -
dentist stomatolog / zubar - /
doctor lekar -
father otac -
grandfather deda -
grandmother baba -
husband muzh -
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
mother maka -
nephew neak -
niece sestrichina -
nurse medicinska sestra -
policeman policaac -
postman poshtar -
professor profesor -
son sin -
teacher nastavnik -
uncle uak -
wife zhena -

Vocabulary and expressions have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they need very
special attention. Once you're done with Serbian Vocabulary, you might want to check the rest of
our Serbian lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Time with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian time with audio. To help you read and also hear
the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.

yesterday today


tomorrow here


there quickly


slowly always


sometimes never

We hope you enjoyed learning the Serbian time. You can also visit our Learn Serbian page for
other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

Serbian Animals with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian animals with audio. To help you read and also
hear the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.

cat dog


mouse cow


horse alligator


rabbit bird


bear eagle


elephant giraffe


lion monkey


snake tiger

We hope you enjoyed learning the Serbian animals. You can also visit our Learn Serbian page
for other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

Serbian Clothes with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian clothes with audio. To help you read and also
hear the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.

clothes coat


hat jacket


pants shoes


umbrella socks

We hope you enjoyed learning the Serbian numbers. You can also visit our Learn Serbian page
for other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

Serbian People with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian people with audio. To help you read and also
hear the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.
people husband


wife father


mother son


daughter brother


grandfather grandmother

We hope you enjoyed learning the Serbian people. You can also visit our Learn Serbian page for
other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

Serbian Adjectives

If you're trying to learn Serbian Adjectives you will find some useful resources including a
course about Adjectives, Colors, Shapes, Sizes... to help you with your Serbian grammar. Try
to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its
place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian. Enjoy the
rest of the lesson!

Serbian Adjectives

Learning the Serbian Adjectives is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Adjectives is in the structure of the
grammar in Serbian.
Serbian Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person or thing in the sentence.
Here are some examples:

English Adjectives Serbian Adjectives


adjectives pridevi -
a green tree zeleno drvo -
a tall building visoka zgrada -
a very old man veoma star chovek -
the old red house stara crvena kua -
a very nice friend vrlo dobar priate -

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Adjectives in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Adjectives above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in
Serbian.

List of Adjectives in Serbian

Below is a list of the Adjectives, Colors, Shapes, Sizes in Serbian placed in a table. Memorizing
this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Serbian vocabulary.

English Adjectives Serbian Adjectives


colors boe -
black crna -
blue plava -
brown braon -
gray siva -
green zelena -
orange oranzh/narandzhasta - /
purple ubichasta -
red crvena -
white bela -
yellow zhuta -
sizes velichine -
big veliki -
deep duboko -
long dug -
narrow uzak -
short nizak - (if used for persons)
small mali -
tall visok -
English Adjectives Serbian Adjectives
thick debeo -
thin tanak -
wide shirok -
shapes oblici -
circular kruzhni -
straight pravo -
square kvadrat -
triangular trougaoni -
tastes ukusi -
bitter gorko -
fresh svezhe -
salty slano -
sour kiselo -
spicy uto -
sweet slatko -
qualities kvaliteti / osobine - /
bad loshe -
clean chisto -
dark mrachno -
difficult teshko -
dirty pravo -
dry suvo -
easy lako -
empty prazno -
expensive skupo -
fast brzo -
foreign strano -
full puno -
good dobro -
hard tvrdo -
heavy teshko -
inexpensive eftino / evtino - /
light svetlo -
local lokalno -
new novo -
noisy glasno -
English Adjectives Serbian Adjectives
old staro -
powerful mono -
quiet tiho -
correct tachno -
slow sporo -
soft mekano -
very veoma -
weak slabo -
wet mokro -
wrong netachno / pogreshno / nepravedno - / /
young mlado -
quantities kolichina -
few nekoliko -
little malo -
many mnogo -
much mnogo / puno - /
part deo -
some neki -
a few nekoliko -
whole ceo -

Adjectives, Colors, Shapes, Sizes have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they need very
special attention. Once you're done with Serbian Adjectives, you might want to check the rest of
our Serbian lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Articles

If you're trying to learn Serbian Articles you will find some useful resources including a course
about Definite and Indefinite Articles... to help you with your Serbian grammar. Try to
concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place.
Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian. Enjoy the rest of
the lesson!

Serbian Articles
Learning the Serbian Articles is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Articles is in the structure of the grammar
in Serbian.

Serbian articles are words that combine with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made
by the noun. Generally articles specify the grammatical definiteness of the noun. Examples are
"the, a, and an". Here are some examples:

English Articles Serbian Articles


articles chlanci -
the
a
one edan -
some neki -
few nekoliko -
the book kiga -
the books kige -
a book kiga -
one book edna kiga -
some books neke kige -
few books nekoliko kiga -

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Articles in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Articles above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Serbian.

List of Articles in Serbian

Below is a list of vocabulary where you can use the Definite and Indefinite Articles in Serbian.
Try to practice but also memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words
to your Serbian vocabulary.

English Vocabulary Serbian Vocabulary


Food Hrana -
almonds bademi -
bread hleb -
breakfast doruchak -
butter buter -
candy bombona / slatkish / kolach - / /
cheese sir -
chicken piletina -
English Vocabulary Serbian Vocabulary
cumin kim -
dessert desert -
dinner vechera -
fish riba -
fruit voe -
ice cream sladoled -
lamb age / agetina - /
lemon limun -
lunch ruchak -
meal obrok -
meat meso -
oven rerna -
pepper biber -
plants bike -
pork svisko meso -
salad salata -
salt so -
sandwich sendvich -
sausage kobasica -
soup supa -
sugar sheer -
supper vechera -
turkey urka / uretina - /
apple abuka -
banana banana -
oranges pomorane -
peaches breskve -
peanut kikiriki -
pears krushke -
pineapple ananas -
grapes grozhe -
strawberries agode -
vegetables povre -
carrot shargarepa -
corn kukuruz -
cucumber krastavac -
garlic beli luk -
English Vocabulary Serbian Vocabulary
lettuce zelena salata -
olives masline -
onions luk -
peppers paprika -
potatoes krompir -
pumpkin bundeva -
beans pasu -
tomatoes paradaz -

Definite and Indefinite Articles have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they need very
special attention. Once you're done with Serbian Articles, you might want to check the rest of
our Serbian lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Feminine

If you're trying to learn Serbian Feminine you will find some useful resources including a
course about genders: Feminine and Masculine... to help you with your Serbian grammar. Try
to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its
place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian. Enjoy the
rest of the lesson!

Serbian Feminine

Learning the Serbian Feminine is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Feminine is in the structure of the grammar
in Serbian.

Serbian feminine refers to female qualities attributed specifically to women and girls or things
considered feminine. The complement to feminine is masculine. Here are some examples:

English
Serbian Feminine
Feminine
Feminine Zhenski -
he is happy On e srean -
she is happy ona e srena -
he is American On e amerikanac -
English
Serbian Feminine
Feminine
she is American Ona e amerikanka -
man mushkarac / chovek - /
woman zhena -
father otac -
mother maka -
brother brat -
sister sestra -
uncle uak -
aunt tetka -
bull bik -
cow krava -
boy dechak -
devochica (kid) / devoka (teenage or older) - (kid) /
girl
(teenage or older)

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Feminine in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Feminine above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Serbian.

List of Feminine in Serbian

Below is a list of objects, can you determine whether they're feminine, masculine or plural in
Serbian? Memorizing this table will also help you add very useful and important words to your
Serbian vocabulary.

English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
objects obekti -
bathroom kupatilo -
bed krevet -
bedroom spavaa soba -
ceiling plafon -
chair stolica -
clothes odea -
coat kaput -
cup shoa / posuda / pehar - / /
desk sto -
dress haina -
floor sprat / pod - /
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
fork viushka -
furniture nameshta -
glass staklo -
hat sheshir -
house kua -
ink mastilo -
jacket akna -
kitchen kuhia -
knife nozh -
lamp lampa -
letter pismo -
map mapa -
newspaper novine -
sveska (as in regular paper notebook) / laptop (as notebook computer) -
notebook
(as in regular paper notebook) / (as notebook computer)
pants pantalone -
paper papir -
pen hemiska olovka -
pencil olovka -
pharmacy apoteka -
picture slika -
plate plocha -
refrigerator frizhider -
restaurant restoran -
roof krov -
room soba -
rug tepih -
scissors makaze -
shampoo shampon -
shirt koshua -
shoes cipele -
soap sapun -
socks charape -
spoon kashika -
table sto -
toilet toalet -
English
Serbian Vocabulary
Vocabulary
toothbrush chetkica za zube -
toothpaste pasta za zube -
towel peshkir -
umbrella kishobran -
underwear doe rube / doi vesh - /
wall zid -
wallet novchanik -
window prozor -
telephone telefon -

Feminine and Masculine have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they need very special
attention. Once you're done with Serbian Feminine, you might want to check the rest of our
Serbian lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Negation

If you're trying to learn Serbian Negation you will find some useful resources including a
course about Negation and negative expressions... to help you with your Serbian grammar.
Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its
place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian. Enjoy the
rest of the lesson!

Serbian Negation

Learning the Serbian Negation is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Negation is in the structure of the grammar
in Serbian.

Serbian negation is the process that turns an affirmative statement (I am happy) into its opposite
denial (I am not happy). Here are some examples:

English Negation Serbian Negation


Negation Negacia -
he is not here on nie ovde -
that is not my book to nie moa kiga -
English Negation Serbian Negation
do not enter ne ulazite -

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Negation in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Negation above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Serbian.

List of Negation in Serbian

Below is a list of the Negation and negative expressions in Serbian placed in a table. Memorizing
this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Serbian vocabulary.

English Negation Serbian Negation


I don't speak Ne govorim -
I don't write a ne pishem -
I don't drive a ne vozim -
I don't love a ne volim -
I don't give a ne daem -
I don't smile a se ne smeem -
I don't take a ne uzimam -
he doesn't speak ne govori -
he doesn't write ne pishe -
he doesn't drive ne vozi -
he doesn't love ne voli -
he doesn't give ne dae -
he doesn't smile ne smee se -
he doesn't take ne uzima -
we don't speak mi ne govorimo -
we don't write mi ne pishemo -
we don't drive mi ne vozimo -
we don't love mi ne volimo -
we don't give mi ne daemo -
we don't smile mi se ne smeemo -
we don't take mi ne uzimamo -

Negation and negative expressions have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they need
very special attention. Once you're done with Serbian Negation, you might want to check the rest
of our Serbian lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Reading
If you're trying to practice your Serbian Reading then the page below should help. You will be
able to sharpen your comprehension and understanding of the sample text below, which is part of
the Article 26 and 27 from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The first section is in
Serbian and the second part is in English. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons
listed on Learn Serbian. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Serbian Reading

Read the following text very carefully and see what you can understand without looking at the
English translation, and see what you understood from it, you can use our Serbian dictionary if
you want.

Serbian Reading
a 26.
Cao a ao a ooae. ooae ea a e eao a oo
oaa. Ooa aaa je oaea. Tea a aaa ea a e
o , a a aaa ea a e aojeao aa a oo
.
ooae ea a e eeo o ao e o ooaa
aa oo ooa. Oo ea aaeje aeae, eo
jaeo e aoa,a e ajaa, ao eao
jee aja aoaae a.
Poe aj eeo ao a aj ooaa a oje.
a 27.
Cao a ao a ooo eje o o ajee, aa
eo a eje ao ae oo ojaoa oe.
Cao a ao a a oa aeja eea oj o o
o ao, eo eo ea j jeo oa.

Below is the translation of the above text, check what you understood without the help of the
dictionary, after reading the translation one time, go back up and read the Serbian text and see if
you can recognize the more words this time.

English Translation
Article 26
1. Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and
fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional
education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to
all on the basis of merit.
2. Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the
strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote
understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall
English Translation
further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace.
3. Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.
Article 27
1. Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the
arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.
2. Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any
scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.

Reading and comprehension are very important in Serbian, therefore they need very special
attention. Once you're done with Serbian Reading, you might want to check the rest of our
Serbian lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Alphabet

Learning the Serbian alphabet is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. Without it, you will not be able to say words properly even if you know how to
write those words. The better you pronounce a letter in a word, the more understood you will be
in speaking the Serbian language.

Below is a table showing the Serbian alphabet and how it is pronounced in English, and finally
examples of how those letters would sound if you place them in a word.

Serbian Alphabet Latin Version Sound Pronunciation Example


A /a/ a as in car
B /b/ b as in bat
C /ts/ c as in cats
/t/ as in chalk
/t/ as in church
D /d/ d as in dig
D /d/ d as in gin
/d/ as in jack
E // e as in let
F /f/ f as in fit
G // g as in game
H /x/ h as in heaven
I /i/ i as in east
J /j/ j as in year
K /k/ k as in cut
L /l/ l as in love
Lj // lj as in million
Serbian Alphabet Latin Version Sound Pronunciation Example
M /m/ m as in mice
N /n/ n as in nice
Nj // nj as in onion
O // o as in autmn
P /p/ p as in pick
R /r/ r as in Fritz
S /s/ s as in sound
// as in shut
T /t/ t as in time
U /u/ u as in shoot
V // v as in verb
Z /z/ z as in zest
// as in pleasure

Serbian Phrases

Trying to find some Serbian phrases? Below we have listed many useful expressions including:
Greeting Phrases | Farewell Expressions | Holidays and Wishes | How to Introduce Yourself |
Romance and Love Phrases | Solving a Misunderstanding | Asking for Directions | Emergency
Survival Phrases | Hotel Restaurant Travel Phrases | Daily Expressions | Cuss Words (Polite) |
Writing a Letter | Short Expressions and words

Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian. Enjoy the rest of
the lesson!

Serbian Phrases

Enjoy these Serbian expressions, but don't forget to bookmark this page for future reference.

English Serbian Phrases


Greeting
Hi! ! - Zdravo!
Good morning! ! - Dobro ootro!
Good afternoon! ! - Dobar dan!
English Serbian Phrases
Good evening! ! - Dobro vyechye!
Welcome! (to greet someone) ! - Dobrodoshli!
Hello my friend! ! - Zdravo priatyeljoo!
How are you? (friendly) ? - Kako si?
How are you? (polite) ? - Kako stye?
I'm fine, thank you! , ! - Dobro sam, khvala!
And you? (friendly) ? - A ti?
And you? (polite) ? - A vi?
Good - Dobro
Not so good - Nye bash naboljye
Long time no see - Doogo sye nismo vidyeli
I missed you - Nyedostaao si mi
What's new? ? - Shta ima novo?
Nothing new - Nyema nishta novo
Thank you (very much)! ()! - Khvala ti (poono)!
You're welcome! (for "thank
! - Nyema na chyemoo!
you")
My pleasure - I droogi poot
Come in! (or: enter!) ! - Oodi!
Make yourself at home! ! - Raskomotitye sye!
Farewell Expressions
Have a nice day! ! - Priatan dan!
Good night! ! - Lakoo no!
Good night and sweet dreams! ! - Lakoo no i lyepo spava!
See you later! ! - Vidimo sye kasniye!
See you soon! ! - Vidimo sye ooskoro!
See you tomorrow! ! - Vidimo sye sootra!
Good bye! ! - Dovidyea!
Have a good trip! ! - Sryean poot!
I have to go - Moram da idyem
I will be right back! ! - Brzo sye vraam!
Holidays and Wishes
Good luck! ! - Sryeno!
Happy birthday! ! - Sryean rodyendan!
Happy new year! ! - Sryena Nova godina!
Merry Christmas! ! - Sryean Boi!
Happy Easter! ! - Khristos Vaskrs!
English Serbian Phrases
Merry Christmas! ! - Khristos sye rodi!
Congratulations! ! - Chyestitam!
Enjoy! (or: bon appetit) ! - Priatno!
Bless you (when sneezing) - Nazdravljye
Best wishes! ! - Svye naboljye!
Cheers! (or: to your health) ! - ivyeli!
Accept my best wishes - Primitye moye chyestitkye
How to Introduce Yourself
What's your name? ? - Kako sye zovyesh?
My name is (John Doe) - a sye zovyem
Nice to meet you! ! - Drago mi ye!
Where are you from? ? - Odaklye si?
I'm from (the U.S/ Serbia) (/) - a sam iz (SAD/Srbiye)
I'm (American/ Serbian) (/) - a sam (Amyerikanatz/Srbin)
Where do you live? ? - Gdye ivish?
I live in (the U.S/ Serbia) (/) - ivim oo (SAD/Srbii)
Do you like it here? ? - Da li ti sye svida ovdye?
Serbia is a beautiful country - Srbia ye pryelyepa zyemlja
What do you do for a living? ? - Chimye sye bavish?
I'm a (teacher/ student/ (//) - a sam
engineer) (nastavnik/stoodyent/inyeyer)
Do you speak (English/ (/)? - Da li govorish
Serbian)? (yenglyeski/srpski)?
Just a little - Pomalo
I like Serbian - Svida mi sye srpski
- Pokooshavam da naoochim
I'm trying to learn Serbian
srpski
It's a hard language - Tyeak ye yezik
It's an easy language - Lak ye yezik
Oh! That's good! ! ! - O! To ye dobro!
? - Da li mogoo da vyebam
Can I practice with you?
sa tobom?
I will try my best to learn - Potroodioo sye da naoochim
How old are you? ? - Koliko imash godina?
I'm (twenty one, thirty two) ( , ) - Imam
years old (dvadyesyet yednoo, tridyesyet dvye) godinye
! - Drago mi ye da smo
It was nice talking to you!
poprichali!
English Serbian Phrases
! - Drago mi ye da smo sye
It was nice meeting you!
oopoznali!
.../.../... -
Mr.../ Mrs. .../ Miss...
gospodin.../gospoda.../gospoditza...
This is my wife - Ovo ye moa sooprooga
This is my husband - Ovo ye mo sooproog
Say hi to Thomas for me - Pozdravi Tomasa od myenye
Romance and Love Phrases
Are you free tomorrow ? - yesi li slobodna sootra
evening? oovyechye?
I would like to invite you to - Khtyeo bikh da tye
dinner pozovyem na vyechyeroo
You look beautiful! (to a
! - Izglyedash pryelyepo!
woman)
You have a beautiful name - Imash pryelyepo imye
Can you tell me more about ? - Moyesh li mi
you? ryei nyeshto vishye o syebi?
Are you married? ? - yesi li oodata?
I'm single - Slobodna sam
I'm married - Oodata sam
Can I have your phone ? - Mogoo li dobiti tvo
number? bro tyelyefona?
Can I have your email? ? - Mogoo li dobiti tvo imyel?
Do you have any pictures of
? - Imash li nyekoo svooo slikoo?
you?
Do you have children? ? - Imash li dyetzye?
Would you like to go for a
? - Da li si za shyetoo?
walk?
I like you - Svidash mi sye
I love you - Volim tye
You're very special! ! - Ti si vyeoma posyebna!
You're very kind! ! - Vyeoma si ljoobazna!
I'm very happy - Vyeoma sam sryean
? - Khoyesh li da sye oodash za
Would you marry me?
myenye?
I'm just kidding - Shalim sye
I'm serious - Ozbiljan sam
My heart speaks the language - Moye srtzye govori
of love yezikom ljoobavi
English Serbian Phrases
Solving a Misunderstanding
Sorry! (or: I beg your pardon!)! - Molim!
Sorry (for a mistake) - Izvini
No problem! - Nyema problyema
Can you repeat please? ? - Moyesh li da ponovish?
? - Moyesh li da prichash
Can you speak slowly?
sporiye?
Can you write it down? ? - Moyesh li da mi zapishyesh?
Did you understand what I ? - Da li si razoomyeo shta
said? sam ryekao?
I don't understand! ! - Nye razoomyem!
I don't know! ! - Nye znam!
? - Kako sye to kaye na
What's that called in Serbian?
srpskom?
What does that word mean in ? - Shta to znachi na
English? yenglyeskom?
How do you say "thanks" in "thank you" ? - Kako sye kaye
Serbian? "thank you" na srpskom?
What is this? ? - Shta ye ovo?
My Serbian is bad - Mo srpski ye losh
Don't worry! ! - Nye brini!
I agree with you - Slayem sye sa tobom
Is that right? ? - ye li tako?
Is that wrong? ? - ye li to tachno?
What should I say? ? - Shta da kayem?
I just need to practice - Samo tryeba da vyebam
Your Serbian is good - Tvo srpski ye dobar
I have an accent - Imam naglasak
You don't have an accent - Nyemash naglasak
Asking for Directions
Excuse me! (before asking
! - Izvinitye!
someone)
I'm lost - Izgoobio sam sye
Can you help me? ? - Moyetye li mi pomoi?
Can I help you? ? - Mogoo li ti pomoi?
I'm not from here - Nisam odavdye
How can I get to (this place, ( , )? - Kako da
this city)? dodyem do (ovog myesta, ovog grada)?
English Serbian Phrases
Go straight - Idi pravo
Then - Onda
Turn left - Skryeni lyevo
Turn right - Skryeni dyesno
Can you show me? ? - Moyetye li mi pokazati?
I can show you! ! - Mogoo ti pokazati!
Come with me! ! - Podi sa mnom!
How long does it take to get ? - Koliko mi tryeba da
there? dodyem do tamo?
Downtown (city center) - Tzyentar
Historic center (old city) - Stari grad
It's near here - Blizoo ye odavdye
It's far from here - Dalyeko ye odavdye
Is it within walking distance? ? - Moye li sye pyeshkye stii?
I'm looking for Mr. Smith ? - Tryeba mi gospodin Smit?
One moment please! ! - Momyenat!
Hold on please! (when on the
! - Molim Vas sachyekatye!
phone)
He is not here - Niye too
Airport - Ayerodrom
Bus station - Aootobooska stanitza
Train station - yelyeznichka stanitza
Taxi - Taksi
Near - Blizoo
Far - Dalyeko
Emergency Survival Phrases
Help! ! - Oopomo!
Stop! ! - Stani!
Fire! ! - Poar!
Thief! ! - Lopov!
Run! ! - Byei!
Watch out! (or: be alert!) ! - Pazi!
Call the police! ! - Zovitye politzioo!
Call a doctor! ! - Zovitye doktora!
Call the ambulance! ! - Zovitye khitnoo pomo!
Are you okay? ? - yesi li dobro?
I feel sick - Niye mi dobro
English Serbian Phrases
I need a doctor - Tryeba mi lyekar
Accident - Nyesryea
Food poisoning - Trovaye khranom
Where is the closest
? - Gdye ye nablia apotyeka?
pharmacy?
It hurts here - Boli mye ovdye
It's urgent! ! - Khitno ye!
Calm down! ! - Smiritye sye!
You will be okay! ! - Biyesh dobro!
Can you help me? ? - Moyetye li mi pomoi?
Can I help you? ? - Mogoo li Vam pomoi?
Hotel Restaurant Travel
Phrases
I have a reservation (for a ( ) - Imam ryezyervatzioo (za
room) soboo)
Do you have rooms available? ? - Da li imatye slobodnikh soba?
With shower / With bathroom / - Sa tooshyem / Sa koopatilom
I would like a non-smoking - yelyeo bikh nyepooshachkoo
room soboo
What is the charge per night? ? - Koa ye tzyena po noyeoo?
I'm here on business /on / - Ovdye sam poslom / na
vacation odmoroo
Dirty - Prljavo
Clean - Chisto
? - Da li primatye
Do you accept credit cards?
kryeditnye kartitzye?
I'd like to rent a car - yelyeo bikh da iznamim kola
How much will it cost? ? - Koliko to koshta?
(/) ! - Sto za (yednoga/dvoye)
A table for (one / two) please!
molioo!
Is this seat taken? ? - Da li ye ovo myesto zaoozyeto?
I'm vegetarian - a sam vyegyetarianatz
I don't eat pork - a nye yedyem sviyetinoo
I don't drink alcohol - a nye piyem alkokhol
What's the name of this dish? ? - Kako sye zovye ovo yelo?
Waiter / waitress! /! - Konobar/konobaritzye!
? - Da li moyemo da
Can we have the check please?
dobiyemo rachoon?
English Serbian Phrases
It is very delicious! ! - Vyeoma ye ookoosno!
I don't like it - Nye svida mi sye
Shopping Expressions
How much is this? ? - Koliko ye ovo?
I'm just looking - Samo razglyedam
I don't have change - Nyemam sitno
This is too expensive - Ovo ye pryeskoopo
Expensive - Skoopo
Cheap - yeftino
Daily Expressions
What time is it? ? - Koliko ye sati?
It's 3 o'clock 3 - 3 sata ye
Give me this! ! - Da mi ovo!
Are you sure? ? - yesi sigooran?
Take this! (when giving
! - Oozmi ovo!
something)
It's freezing (weather) - Lyedyeno ye
It's cold (weather) - Khladno ye
It's hot (weather) - Vrooye ye
Do you like it? ? - Da li ti si svida?
I really like it! ! - Bash mi sye svida!
I'm hungry - Gladan sam
I'm thirsty - yedan sam
He is funny - Smyeshan ye
In The Morning - Ooootroo
In the evening - Oovyechye
At Night - Nooo
Hurry up! ! - Pooori!
Cuss Words (polite)
This is nonsense! (or: this is
! - Ovo ye gloopost!
craziness)
My God! (to show
! - O Boye!
amazement)
Oh gosh! (when making a
! - O nye!
mistake)
It sucks! (or: this is not good) ! - To nye valja!
What's wrong with you? ? - Shta ye s tobom?
Are you crazy? ? - Da li si ti normalan?
English Serbian Phrases
Get lost! (or: go away!) ! - Adye brishi!
Leave me alone! ! - Poosti mye na miroo!
I'm not interested! ! - Nye intyeryesooye mye!
Writing a Letter
Dear John - Dragi
- Mo poot ye bio vyeoma
My trip was very nice
priatan
The culture and people were - Kooltoora i ljoodi
very interesting soo vrlo intyeryesantni
- Bilo mi ye bash lyepo sa
I had a good time with you
tobom
I would love to visit your - Volyeo bikh da
country again ponovo dodyem oo tvooo zyemljoo
Don't forget to write me back - Nye zaboravi da mi
from time to time pishyesh povryemyeno
Short Expressions and words
Good - Dobro
Bad - Loshye
So-so (or: not bad not good) - Onako
Big - Vyeliko
Small - Malo
Today - Danas
Now - Sada
Tomorrow - Sootra
Yesterday - oochye
Yes - Da
No - Nye
Fast - Brzo
Slow - Sporo
Hot - Vrooye
Cold - Khladno
This - Ovo
That - Ono
Here - Ovdye
There - Tamo
Me (ie. Who did this? - Me) - a
You - Ti
Him - On
English Serbian Phrases
Her - Ona
Us - Mi
Them - Oni
Really? ? - Stvarno?
Look! ! - Glyeda!
What? ? - Shta?
Where? ? - Gdye?
Who? ? - Ko?
How? ? - Kako?
When? ? - Kada?
Why? ? - Zashto?
Zero - noola
One - yedan
Two - dva
Three - tri
Four - chyetiri
Five - pyet
Six - shyest
Seven - syedam
Eight - osam
Nine - dyevyet
Ten - dyesyet

Phrases and daily expressions have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they need very
special attention. Once you're done with the Serbian Phrases, you might want to check the rest of
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Serbian Places with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian places with audio. To help you read and also
hear the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.

pharmacy restaurant

house room


bathroom toilet


bedroom kitchen


floor roof

/
ceiling wall


window

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for other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

Serbian Nature with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian nature with audio. To help you read and also
hear the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.

beach island


desert mountain


forest tree


flowers garden


river lake


sea sky


stars moon


earth

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other grammar and vocabulary lessons

Serbian Phrases with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian phrases with audio. To help you read and also
hear the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.

how?

?
what?

?
who?

?
why?

?
where?

?
can I help you?

?
can you help me?

?
do you speak English?

?
what time is it?

?
how much is this?

?
what is your name?

?
where do you live?

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for other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

Serbian Body with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian body with audio. To help you read and also hear
the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.
head face


hair eye


ear nose


mouth tooth


arm hand


stomac
heart
h


leg foot

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other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

Serbian Food with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian food with audio. To help you read and also hear
the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.
Food bread


cheese meat


chicken fish


sandwich salad


salt candy

/ /
fruit apple

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other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

Serbian Objects with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian objects with audio. To help you read and also
hear the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.

objects shampoo


soap towel

toothbrush toothpaste


bed refrigerator


table cup

/ /
fork knife

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other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

Serbian Weather with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian weather with audio. To help you read and also
hear the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.

weather windy


cloudy raining


cold snowing


sunny hot


autumn winter


spring summer

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for other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

Serbian Words with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Serbian words with audio. To help you read and also
hear the words the way they're pronounced by a native, simply hover with your mouse over each
image to listen to the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play
button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Serbian page for other lessons.

after before


below on top of


for from


inside outside

/
under until

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other grammar and vocabulary lessons.
Serbian Nouns

If you're trying to learn Serbian Nouns you will find some useful resources including a course
about Nouns and Words... to help you with your Serbian grammar. Try to concentrate on the
lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don't forget
to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Serbian Nouns

Learning the Serbian Nouns is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Nouns is in the structure of the grammar in
Serbian.

Serbian nouns are words used to name a person, animal, place, thing, or abstract ideas. Nouns are
usually the most important part of vocabulary. Here are some examples:

English Nouns Serbian Nouns


nouns imenice -
my car mo auto -
green car zeleni automobil -
three cars tri automobila -
car garage auto garazha -
outside the car iz(van) automobila - ()

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Nouns in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Nouns above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Serbian.

List of Nouns in Serbian

Below is a list of the Nouns and Words in Serbian placed in a table. Memorizing this table will
help you add very useful and important words to your Serbian vocabulary.

English Nouns Serbian Nouns


arm ruka -
back lea -
cheeks guzovi -
chest grudi -
chin brada -
English Nouns Serbian Nouns
ear uvo -
elbow lakat -
eye oko -
face lice -
finger prst -
fingers prsti -
foot stopalo -
hair kosa -
hand ruka -
head glava -
heart srce -
knee koleno -
leg noga -
lip usna -
mouth usta -
neck vrat -
nose nos -
shoulder rame -
stomach stomak -
teeth zubi -
thigh butina -
throat grlo -
thumb palac -
toe nozhni prst -
tongue ezik -
tooth zub -

Nouns and Words have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they need very special
attention. Once you're done with Serbian Nouns, you might want to check the rest of our Serbian
lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Plural

If you're trying to learn Serbian Plural you will find some useful resources including a course
about Plural and Singular... to help you with your Serbian grammar. Try to concentrate on the
lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don't forget
to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!
Serbian Plural

Learning the Serbian Plural is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Plural is in the structure of the grammar in
Serbian.

Serbian Plurals are grammatical numbers, typically referring to more than one of the referent in
the real world. In the English language, singular and plural are the only grammatical numbers.
Here are some examples:

English Plural Serbian Plural


Plural Mnozhina -
my book moa kiga -
my books moe kige -
our daughter nasha erka -
our daughters nashe erke -
I'm cold Hladno mi e -
we're cold hladno nam e -
his chickens egovi pilii -
their chicken ihovi pilii -

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Plural in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Plural above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Serbian.

List of Plurals in Serbian

Below is a list of the Plurals and Singulars in Serbian placed in a table. Memorizing this table
will help you add very useful and important words to your Serbian vocabulary.

English Plural Serbian Plural


alligator aligator -
alligators aligatori -
bear medved -
bears medvedi -
bird ptica -
birds ptice -
bull bik -
bulls bikovi -
English Plural Serbian Plural
cat machka -
cats machke -
cow krava -
cows krave -
deer elen -
many deer eleni -
dog pas -
dogs psi -
donkey magarac -
donkeys magarci -
eagle orao -
eagles orlovi -
elephant slon -
elephants slonovi -
giraffe zhirafa -
giraffes zhirafe -
goat koza -
goats koze -
horse ko -
horses koi -
lion lav -
lions lavovi -
monkey mamun -
monkeys mamuni -
mouse mish -
mice mishevi -
rabbit zec -
rabbits zechevi -
snake zmia -
snakes zmie -
tiger tigar -
tigers tigrovi -
wolf vuk -
wolves vukovi -
Plural and Singular have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they need very special
attention. Once you're done with Serbian Plural, you might want to check the rest of our Serbian
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Serbian Prepositions

If you're trying to learn Serbian Prepositions you will find some useful resources including a
course about time and place prepositions and and demonstrative pronouns... to help you with
your Serbian grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each
time the word changes its place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on
Learn Serbian. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Serbian Prepositions

Learning the Serbian Prepositions is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Prepositions is in the structure of the
grammar in Serbian.

Serbian prepositions link nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence. The word or
phrase that the preposition introduces is called the object of the preposition. Here are some
examples:

English Prepositions Serbian Prepositions


Prepositions Predlozi -
inside the house u kui -
outside the car van automobila -
with me sa mnom -
without him bez ega -
under the table ispod stola -
after tomorrow prekosutra -
before sunset pre zalaska sunca -
but I'm busy ali a sam zauzet -

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Prepositions in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Prepositions above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in
Serbian.

List of Prepositions in Serbian


Below is a list of the Time place and demonstrative pronouns in Serbian placed in a table.
Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Serbian
vocabulary.

English Prepositions Serbian Prepositions


about oko -
above gore / iznad - /
across preko -
after posle -
against protiv -
among meu -
around oko -
as kao -
at u / na / kod / pored - / / /
before pre -
behind iza -
below dole -
beneath ispod -
beside pored -
between izmeu -
beyond van -
but ali -
by po -
despite uprkos -
down dole -
during za vreme -
except osim -
for za -
from od -
in u-
inside u / unutar - /
into u-
near blizu -
next sledei -
of od -
on na -
opposite suprotno -
out van -
outside van -
English Prepositions Serbian Prepositions
over vishe -
per po -
plus plus -
round okruglo -
since od -
than nego -
through kroz -
till do -
to u-
toward ka / prema - /
under pod -
unlike za razliku od -
until do -
up gore -
via preko -
with sa -
within u / sadrzhavshi - /
without bez -
two words dve rechi -
according to prema -
because of zbog -
close to blizu -
due to usled -
except for osim -
far from daleko od -
inside of unutar -
instead of umesto -
near to blizu -
next to pored -
outside of van -
prior to pre -
three words tri rechi -
as far as shto se tiche -
as well as kao i -
in addition to pored -
in front of ispred -
in spite of uprkos -
English Prepositions Serbian Prepositions
on behalf of u ime -
on top of povrh -
demonstrative pronouns Pokazni predlozi -
this ovo -
that ono -
these ovi / ove - /
those oni / one - /

Time place and demonstrative pronouns have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they
need very special attention. Once you're done with Serbian Prepositions, you might want to
check the rest of our Serbian lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.

Serbian Questions

If you're trying to learn Serbian Questions you will find some useful resources including a
course about Questions and interrogative expressions... to help you with your Serbian
grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word
changes its place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Serbian.
Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Serbian Questions

Learning the Serbian Questions is very important because its structure is used in every day
conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the Serbian
language. But first we need to know what the role of Questions is in the structure of the grammar
in Serbian.

Serbian questions may be either a linguistic expression used to make a request for information,
or else the request itself made by such an expression. Usually it starts with why, how, where,
when ... Here are some examples:

English Questions Serbian Questions


Questions Pitaa -
how? kako? - ?
what? shta? - ?
who? ko? - ?
why? zashto? - ?
English Questions Serbian Questions
where? gde? - ?

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Questions in Serbian has a logical
pattern. Locate the Questions above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in
Serbian.

List of Questions in Serbian

Below is a list of the Questions and interrogative expressions in Serbian placed in a table.
Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Serbian
vocabulary.

English Questions Serbian Questions


where is he? gde e on? - ?
what is this? Shta e ovo? - ?
why are you sad? zashto si tuzhna? - ?
how do you want to pay? Kako zhelite da platite? - ?
can I come? Mogu li da doem? - ?
is he sleeping? da li on spava? - ?
do you know me? da li me poznaete? - ?
do you have my book? imate mou kigu? - ?
how big is it? koliko e veliko? - ?
can I help you? mogu li Vam pomoi? - ?
can you help me? mozhete li mi pomoi? - ?
do you speak English? da li govorite engleski? - ?
how far is this? koliko e daleko? - ?
what time is it? Koliko e sati? - ?
how much is this? koliko e ovo? - ?
what is your name? kako se zovesh? - ?
where do you live? gde zhivite? - ?

Questions and interrogative expressions have a very important role in Serbian, therefore they
need very special attention. Once you're done with Serbian Questions, you might want to check
the rest of our Serbian lessons here: Learn Serbian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.