Unlocking the Beauty of Montenegrin: Embrace Language Learning at Montenegrin Learning Center –MLC

Welcome to the enchanting world of Montenegro, where the Adriatic Sea meets picturesque landscapes, and the rich cultural tapestry weaves a story of its own. At Montenegrin Learning Center-MLC, we believe in not just learning a language but immersing yourself in the vibrant Montenegrin experience. In this article, we’ll explore the unique aspects of Montenegrin…

The Vocative Case in Montenegrin

Since the vocative case is used when we are addressing someone or calling someone, most often one person, there are changes in the singular form only (of course there are exceptions). Addressing things or abstract concepts won’t be something you will hear in everyday conversations, but there are plenty of examples in poems and literature.…

Do you Want to Learn Montenegrin Language?

Montenegrin is a South Slavic language that shares similarities with Serbian, Croatian, and Bosnian. Learning Montenegrin can be a challenging but rewarding experience. In this article, we will discuss some tips on how to learn Montenegrin and how we teach it at Montenegrin Learning Center – MLC. The Montenegrin Learning Center offers a range of…

How difficult it is to learn a new language?

Learning a new language can be challenging, but it can also be a rewarding experience. The difficulties in learning a language can vary depending on the individual and the language being learned. However, some common challenges include grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, and language fluency. Here are some tips on how to overcome these difficulties: In conclusion,…

Possessive form of the nouns (possessive case)

Put the following nouns in the appropriate possessive form To je ______________ (Dragan’s) knjiga. Ona je _____________ (Milena’s) beba. Ona je ______________ (Zoran’s) dijete. Avion je _____________ (Vladimir’s). Kuća je _____________ (Marija and Dragan’s). Stan je _____________ ( Marko). Čokolada je _____________ (Ema’s). To je _______________ (Radmila’s) stolica. Maska je _____________ (Aida’s). Autromobil je _______________…

Time expressions

Juče – Yesterday Danas – Today Sjutra – Tomorrow Noćas (Večeras) – Tonight Sinoć – Last night Ujutro – In the morning Popodne – In the afternoon Uveče – In the evening U podne – At noon U ponoć – At midnight U zoru – At dawn Prije dva dana – Two days ago U…

List of words made of ‘ jedan’

Jedinica  – unit, unit of measurement, single child (girl) Jedinac – single child (boy) Jedinjenje – compound Jedini – only jedinstvo – unity Jedinstven – unique  Jednako – equally  Jednakost – equallity Ujediniti – to unite Sjediniti – to unite Jednostavnost  – simplicity  Jednostavno – simple Jednačina – equation Jednom – once Jedan put –…

Locative case singular exercises

I Fill in the gaps with the appropriate form of the words in brackets. Živimo u _________________ (kuća) Taj spomenik je na _____________ (Zlatibor) Djeca su na _________________ (ulica) Želim da putujem po ________________ (Amerika) Lijepo mi je u ______________(grad). Dječak sjedi na __________________(krov). Idem na more u _______________________(avgust). Marko je u ___________________________ (London). Djeca se igraju u ______________________ (šuma). Mi…

Aorist

Shows an action that happened after some other past action (at a specific point in the past) or an action that happened right before the moment of speaking. Evo ga, stiže. Here he is, he has arrived. It is usually made of perfective verbs, by cutting infinitive ending – ti and adding the following endings:…