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Teach Me Serbian: Alphabet and Pronunciation

teacher avatar Marina Grujic, Architect

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    • 1. Teach Me Serbian: Aplhabet and Pronunciation

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So you want to learn how to speak Serbian? Great choice!

Starting a new language can be daunting, especially if it’s your first time trying it outside of a classroom environment. Where to begin?

Serbian is relatively easy to learn, because once you’ve learned how to pronounce the letters, you can sound out any word. There are no complicated pronunciation rules. You write as you speak and read as it is written.

When you finish the lesson, you will be able to read and write any Serbian word in both cyrillic and latin alphabet.

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Marina Grujic

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Hey! My name is Marina, and I'm an architect.

I've been modelling in Autodesk Revit for over 5 years. After many years of working in the construction industry, I have gone freelance and now I work from home. I get to use Autodesk Revit every single day for my job.

I speak English, Serbian, Italian, Spanish and a bit of Dutch and French. Feel free to contact me!

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1. Teach Me Serbian: Aplhabet and Pronunciation: Hello and welcome to a patron Serbian course in this lesson will go through a Serbian off of it and pronunciation. You probably already know that Serbian is practically the only European standard language who speakers are the graphic. This means that all Serbian speakers can read and write boat scripts, Cyrillic and Latin. So we have to writing systems available. Media and publishers usually select one off of it or another you controls as well. But the official script in Serbia is cereal IQ, but the life in script is also frequently used. The essence off modern Serbian spelling is right as you speak and read as it is written. This is the famous rule, which makes this language the easiest Slavic language to learn to write so there as many letters a sounds in this language, which is authority. And now let's go through the Serbian off of its called Oz Boca. I will show you how each letter is written in Cyrillic and then Latin alphabet so you can see the difference. There are many letters that were written the same way, but we'll talk about them when we get to them. So the first letter is uh, you see there, written in the same way in Syria, we can enlighten all hobbits. And an example for this one could be our view on which means a plane. But so you see the difference between the writing and Cyrillic, unlike an alpha bits and an example here would be babble, Which means Granny. Well, again, there is a difference in writing this latter in Cyrillic and light enough of it. And as an example, we can say waas, which means train you good. And as an example, we can say guava, which means heads the death as an example, we can say Dada, which means Grandpa Jim, do you, for example? Jock does the pupil. Yeah. Yeah, and bliss school does. England is your You're Jenna. The the is not. It is a sign e e eglow A needle. Yeah, You? Yeah, because an apple cu cool, for example, compatible, which is a bathroom. Well, uh, well, uh, for example, letter Ugo. Yeah, for example, Ludie, Which means people Ma must Michael Milk. No, no, in yola, which is zero. Yeah. Yeah. Like in so Kenya. It means a skirt. If you're familiar with Spanish, it's that Kenya in for them, Nino. Oh, well, what? That's which means a father. But But bus, which is a dog. You know, I can Rocca a hand. So? So Some Which is a what toe? Tora Bora. A big Sure sure. Like in culture, which is a house. Mm. Who? I can be verbal. It is a near like in carful coffee. Kabbalah between stents. So? So C pillar shoes. Okay to Okay, I does a peak Joe drip, Jock, huh? Uh huh. Squalor! But it is cool. Now what's right together? All of the letters off, Oswego. I'm gonna go slow, so repeat after me. Uh, but the good the you a is your is the Mm Yeah to Well, uh, Ugo MMA? No. Yeah. Oh. Huh? Had a so toe to you know, huh? Who So Drew, huh? Good. Remember you always right? As you speak and read as it is written. Now you can try to write your own name. Ever sound that you say destroyed it. Write it down. I'm gonna show the example of my name now and then you can try yours. My name is Marina, and I'm gonna write like this, Ma, Uh, a little. Mm. No. Oh, money. You know, I will show you how each letter is written in Cyrillic. Ma, Uh, a little Mm. No. Ah, money, You know. Now try yours. Uh, but the good the Yeah a is your is the Mm, Yeah. Cu No. Ugo Ma, no. Yeah. Oh, uh, Had a so toe to No. Huh? So to drew, huh?