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Travel words and phrases in Serbian. 300 essential words and phrases and the 100 most common verbs. Serbian also called Serbo-Croat, Serbo-Croat-Bosnian (SCB), Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian (BCS), or Bosnian-Croatian-Montenegrin-Serbian (BCMS) is a South Slavic language and the primary language of Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro. It is a pluricentric language with four mutually intelligible standard varieties. It is spoken by 21 million people.

How to learn a language differently? Today, language learning is revolutionized: you do not have to go to traditional language classes anymore. Our learning method : a selection of hundreds of phrases and essential words. You listen to them, you repeat them, and you speak. We rely on pronunciation, oral rehearsal, listening, combined with words, essential phrases, and a vocabulary list. 20% of the words are used 80% of the time. The end goal is to get a sufficient level in one language to be able to hold simple conversations, to be able to understand simple exchanges, deal with everyday life and start exploring the new culture that opens up to you.

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  • Linda Carter
  • 29-06-2019

Great for improving vocabulary and pronunciation.

Learning a new language by hearing is very useful in some ways, in others it's inherently limited. I am finding that I need to use this 'hearing' method as well as a written one. I've been studying this language off an on for a few years now and I'm really appreciating this recording. Serbian alphabet is 100% phonetic, so it's very easy to get a fairly good pronunciation just by seeing it written. What I'm lacking with a lot of words I've learned is the correct syllable to give the emphasis. I already have studied some of the grammar, I hear the language a lot and, along with a machine translator, I can usually make sense of the written word. I'm ready to start 'hearing' it better. I know enough vocabulary that I usually can make sense of a longer sentence. What would be extremely useful would be a handbook in which all the drills are written out. If that included some analysis of longer sentences as to the grammar being used, it could be very helpful.

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