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How the Serbian Alphabet Differs from the Russian Alphabet (And Croatian from English) Language Resources

Learning to read in your target language is a great way to improve your pronunciation. When this requires learning a new writing system, this can be a challenge. One might think that because Serbian and Russian both use Cyrillic, that their alphabets are the same. But this isn’t the case. Cyrillic is a script, not necessarily just an alphabet, so it’s used for a variety...

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9 Interesting Facts About Serbian Culture Culture & History

In a past post, I discussed the importance of sociolinguistics – how culture ties into language – and to continue that conversation, I’d like to share culture guides for various countries around the world to help you make your travels and language learning that much more enjoyable. Thus far, I’ve shared posts about Croatia, Korea, China, and Russia, and today I’d like to talk about...

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9 Interesting Facts About Croatian Culture Culture & History

In a past post, I discussed the importance of sociolinguistics – how culture ties into language – and to continue that conversation, I’d like to share culture guides for various countries around the world to help you make your travels and language learning that much more enjoyable. Thus far, I’ve shared posts about Korea, China, and Russia, and today I’d like to talk about –...

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Christmas in Croatia | 12 Days of Christmas Around the World Day 3 Culture & Cuisine / Language Resources / Travel

It’s officially day three of the 12 Days of Christmas Around the World, and this is my first contribution. I really wanted to have fun with this series of posts, in both researching my own articles and reading those of all of the awesome contributors who have teamed up with me, making the various recipes and sharing them with you all. I was initially going...

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100+ Conversational Croatian Words & Phrases Language Resources

Are you thinking about learning Croatian but find yourself struggling to find resources that help you start speaking? When I started out, I certainly did. Many of the tools that I found when I started learning Croatian were grammar-heavy textbook style resources and they didn’t offer me a lot in terms of day-to-day conversation. Rather than learning how to say “what did you do last...

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