Dative pronouns

I fill in the correct form of the dative of the pronouns in parentheses: Preporučila je ovu knjigu ___________ (ja) Da li ste poslali paket ______________(on) Oni nisu poslali nikakvo pismo ______________(ona) Tvoj prijatelj se javio______________________(mi) Ne želi da priča ____________________(vi) o svom poslu. Vuk se pridružio _________________(oni). Mi ćemo se javiti _________________ (vi), ali…

Accusative vs Locative

Živimo u ______________(isti stan). Narod je na __________ (ulice). Lijepo mi je u_____________(selo).  Dječak sjedi na ____________(klupa). Jana svira______________ (gitara). Odmah popij ____________(lijek). Miš je iskopao rupu u_________ (siru). Idem na more u ______________(jul). On je rođen u _______________(prošli vijek) Imam trening ___________(svaki dan). ___________(Cijelo jutro) pečem kolače. Šetali smo kroz_________________ (šuma). Neću da razmišljam o ____________(Marija) Dugo su radili na ______________(projekat). Stripove čuvam u ____________(prva fioka). Moja majka je u…

Transition words

Pored toga.                           Besides that (in addition) Međutim                              However Na primjer                            For example Na žalost (nažalost)               Unfortunately Na sreću     (srećom)             Fortunately Po mom mišljenju                 In my opinion Između ostalog                      Among others U svakom slučaju                  In any case Dodatno                                Additionally Čini se                                    It seems Sa jedne strane                     On the one side Sa druge…

Teacher

I am native Montenegrin/Serbian speaker with a PhD degree in Serbian and English. I’ve been working as a teacher since 2011 and I have had more than 800 students so far. Many of them were really successful people, mainly diplomats working in their embassies in Montenegro and wanting to learn the language because of their…

List of verbs taken from English

Some verbs we took from English and adapted to our language by adding some typical endings: angažovati  – to engage atakovati – to attack  bombardovati – to bomb debatovati – to debate demantovati – to deny (to confute) diskreditovati – to discredit formalizovati  -to formalize  garantovati – to guarantee interesovati – to be interested in…

Genitive singular and plural (exceptions)

Masculine Feminine Neuter Singular -og/eg*  (adj.)   -a (n.) -e     -e -og/eg*  -a Plural -ih                -a -ih    -a -ih   -a Note that masculine and neuter adjectives whose stem ends in đ, j, lj, nj, ć, č, š, dž and ž tahe grammatical endings with -e instead of -o. Basic rules: Numbers 2,3, 4 take genitive singular.…

Pluralia tantum

The nouns that have only plural form are called pluralia tantum. Most of these nouns are made of two parts which make the whole. They require verbs and adjectives in plural.  They are either feminine or neuter gender, but used in plural. Some of them are: makaze, vrata, djeca, jasle, pantalone, farmerice, naočare, novine, merdevine (stube),…

Instrumental (6th case)

I Endings of the instrumental singular are the same for all three genders. For masculine nouns ending in a consonant add – om, and for neuter ending in – o, and feminine ending in –a replace the last letter with –om. Some neuter nouns, such as more, end in – e. For these nouns change…