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Serbian

As the sunlight dances on the Danube River, you signal the waiter by saying Molim! and order a sarma and mineral water just like a local. Known for its breathtaking beauty, Serbia has so much to offer! Ancient Roman ruins, luxurious spas, stunning castles, traditional villages—the country is known for its fresh air and hospitality. City or countryside, ancient hospitality or ultra-modern luxury, Serbia offers amazing experiences to those who speak the language!

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People

Click a topic below to see the grammar goals and conversational goals for each chapter.

  • Who Are You?
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    People

    Who Are You?

    • Greet and Bid Farewell Formally and Informally
    • Introduce Yourself
    • Make Small Talk With Strangers
    • Start a Conversation
    • Be Introduced to Gender and Cases
    • Learn the 1st and 2nd Person in Present Tense
    • Understand the Use of Personal Pronouns
    • Use the Present Tense of the Verb biti
  • Getting to Know You
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    People

    Getting to Know You

    • Articulate Feelings
    • Describe Physical Characteristics
    • Express Interest
    • Inquire About a Stranger
    • Be Introduced to the Locative Case
    • Form the Future Tense and Questions
    • Practice Gender Endings in Adjectives and Nouns
    • Understand How to Use the Conjunction Da
    • Use Personal and Possessive Pronouns
  • My Family
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    People

    My Family

    • Ask Questions Regarding Familial Relationships
    • Describe Someone in Relation to Family Members
    • Introduce Someone Else
    • Apply the Negation of the Verb Imati
    • Learn the Instrumental Case
    • Practice Gender Endings, Present Tense, and Questions
  • Home Sweet Home
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    People

    Home Sweet Home

    • Ask and Explain Where You Are From
    • Explain That You Are a Non-native Speaker
    • Identify Languages and Countries
    • Inquire About Someone’s Ability to Speak a Language
    • Be Introduced to Passive Voice
    • Get Familiar With the Past Tense
    • Learn the Genitive Case
    • Learn the Word Order of the Past Tense and Reflexive Verbs
  • What Did You Study in College?
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    People

    What Did You Study in College?

    • Discuss the Merits of a School
    • Talk About Different Programs and Schools
    • Learn When to Use the Personal Pronouns
    • Practice the Past and Present Tense
    • Understand When to Use the Locative and Accusative Case
    • Use the Prepositions u and na

Travel

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  • How Do You Say…?
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    Travel

    How Do You Say…?

    • Ask for Clarification
    • Provide and Obtain New Information
    • Request New Vocabulary
    • Form Questions with Je l'
    • Form the Plural of Feminine Adjectives
    • Learn How to Form the Imperative
    • Practice the Use of the Reflexive Pronoun sebe/se
  • Haggling and Money
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    Travel

    Haggling and Money

    • Ask the Price for Something
    • Buy a Ticket for Travel
    • Count
    • Negotiate
    • Be Introduced to the Second Person Plural, Present Tense
    • Form the Accusative Case of Masculine Nouns
    • Learn How to Form Numbers
    • Understand the Use of the Genitive Case for Quantities
  • In My Closet
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    Travel

    In My Closet

    • Express Future Plans
    • Identify Various Articles of Clothing
    • Question Statements Made by Others
    • Be Introduced to the Irregular Verb Hoću and Its Negative Form Neću
    • Form the Negation of the Verb Biti
    • Learn How to Form Questions with Zar
    • Learn the First Person Plural of the Present Tense
    • Review the Long and Short Future Forms and Learn When to Use Them
  • Let's Go Shopping!
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    Travel

    Let's Go Shopping!

    • Acquire Necessities
    • Find Places to Shop
    • Gather Information From a Native Speaker
    • Inquire About Shops in the Local Area
    • Be Introduced to Neuter Nouns With Two Stems That End in -e
    • Form the Nominative Plural of Feminine Nouns That End in -a
    • Get Familiar with the Third Person Plural of Verbs
    • Learn the Word Order of Objects and Subjects
  • How Do I Get There?
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    Travel

    How Do I Get There?

    • Ask for and Receive Directions
    • Describe the Location of One Object in Relation to Another
    • Know When to Use the Genitive Case for Places
    • Learn the Accusative Plural for Masculine Nouns
    • Learn the Locative Case of Feminine Adjectives
    • Use the Plural Form of the Imperative

Activities

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  • Time to Play Sports
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    Activities

    Time to Play Sports

    • Discuss Sports and Exercises
    • Express Time Relationships
    • Invite Someone to Join Along
    • Form Questions With the Verb Hoću
    • Practice the Accusative Case
    • Review the Past Tense
  • My Favorite Season Is Spring
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    Activities

    My Favorite Season Is Spring

    • Discuss the Four Seasons
    • Discuss the Months of the Year
    • Talk About Vacations and Seasonal Opportunities
    • Be Introduced to the Superlative Degree of Adjectives
    • Know When To Use the Instrumental Case for Location
    • Learn the Neuter Gender of Adjectives
    • Review the Use of the Accusative and Locative Case
  • What Are You Doing This Weekend?
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    Activities

    What Are You Doing This Weekend?

    • Converse About the Days of the Week
    • Make Plans for the Weekend
    • Talk About Age and Birthdays
    • Use the Terms Weekday and Weekend
    • Get Familiar With the Use of the Pronoun mi
    • Learn How to Form the Plural of Feminine Nouns
    • Learn When to Use the Accusative to Express Time
    • Practice the Use of Independent Verbs in the Present Tense
    • Revise the Genitive Case for Quantities
  • Let’s Go to a Party
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    Activities

    Let’s Go to a Party

    • Make Future Plans
    • Tell Time
    • Be Introduced to Sound Alterations
    • Revise the Accusative and Locative Case for Places
  • I’ll Miss Serbia
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    Activities

    I’ll Miss Serbia

    • Prepare for a Departure
    • Strengthen Relationships
    • Get Familiar With the Past and Future Tense of Reflexive Verbs
    • Learn When to Use the Genitive Case for Time
    • Practice the Future Tense
    • Review the Singular and Learn the Plural Forms of the Past Tense

Places

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  • I Don’t Feel Well
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    Places

    I Don’t Feel Well

    • Ask for Medication
    • Describe Symptoms
    • Speak to a Pharmacist
    • Learn the Nominative Plural of Nouns
    • Learn When to Use the Pronoun Me
    • Practice Using mi in Possesive Structures
  • Let's Eat!
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    Places

    Let's Eat!

    • Identify Items on the Dinner Table
    • Offer Assistance
    • Order a Meal
    • Understand the Customs of Local Dining
    • Form the Genitive of Neuter Nouns
    • Learn When to Use the Parititive Genitive
    • Practice the Plural Form of the Imperative
  • I Can’t Eat That!
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    Places

    I Can’t Eat That!

    • Ask Whether a Dish Contains Certain Ingredients
    • Explain That You Require a Special Diet
    • Give Compliments
    • Reference Senses
    • Be Introduced to the Locative Case of Neuter Nouns
    • Learn the Nominative and Accusative Plural of Feminine Nouns
    • Review the Use of the "Movable A "
  • Help!
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    Places

    Help!

    • Ask Questions
    • Declare That a Problem Exists
    • State That You Do Not Know Something
    • Be Introduced to the Impersonal Verb Treba
    • Learn the First Person Plural Form of the Imperative
    • Review the Plural Forms of the Past Tense
  • Is This the Police Station?
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    Places

    Is This the Police Station?

    • Answer Questions
    • Request Emergency Aid
    • Get Familiar With the Use of Possessive Pronouns
    • Learn the Neuter Gender Nominative of Adjectives
    • Practice Turning Masculine Adjectives Into Feminine