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The very first verb one should learn is “to be”. This is so in any language.
In Serbian, “to be” is translated into biti. There are two forms of this word, long and short. In this blog post we will focus on the short form, present tense.
Two things you should know about the short form of biti:
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So, you are interested in learning Serbian… I am here to help! As a matter of fact, I am learning too. My goal is to make learning as simple as possible for both of us. Now get on the boat and let’s learn about Articles & Pronouns.
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A Serbian-English children’s book about self acceptance. A book review by Tongue Talk Serbia and a 6 year old.
THE AUTHOR: “Da Li Sam Ja Mala?” is one of many books written by Phillip Winterberg. He writes children’s books about topics related to friendship, mindfulness, and happiness.
SYNOPSIS: “Da Li Sam Ja Mala?” is about a little girl named Tamia, who is on a mission to discover how others see her. What she finds is how she sees herself.
It is a story about size and perspective. Each character Tamia talks to sees her from a different point of view. To some she is small, to others big. But what does she see for herself? Read it and find out!
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Chicken soup is a favorite in my house. We make it pretty often and it never seems to get old. Here is my variation of Chicken soup to bring some Serbian flavor to your table.
Chicken soup is probably one of the most popular soups out there. There are so many ways to prepare it. My version of chicken soup is inspired by my Serbian heritage. I use garlic and vegeta to get that Eastern European taste.
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Bring Balkan inspired food to the table with just a bit of Vegeta.
Vegeta is a versatile seasoning that is produced by a Croatian Company, Podravka. It has been around since the birth of Barbie (1959)!
I am not sure of the correct pronunciation for the word vegeta. I grew up saying Ve-get-a, however I’ve recently heard it called ve-jet-a.
Eating and cooking with vegeta make me feel like I am stepping into Eastern Europe. It is a staple seasoning in the Balkans.
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Palacinke is like eggs and jeans. It goes with anything. But, if you need a few ideas…
I am a bit late with this post. Izvini (Sorry).
Last food post I shared the recipe for palacinke, the Serbian pancake. Today I share some of my favorite ways to eat them.
Palacinke is like eggs and jeans. It goes with anything. You can stuff it with fruit, cream, meats, roasted veggies, fish, sugar and nuts… whatever you taste buds call for, AND you can eat it anytime of day.
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Three FREE kid apps to teach your child Serbian or Croatian. They are so easy to use an adult could do it. Here is my take on them and a link to get you going.
Technology has opened so many doors for learning. Information is everywhere! There is no excuse why you cannot do anything. Today gathering data is a simple as looking at your phone. I love it! I remember have to sift through pages and pages of books just to find what I wanted, and it took hours! Man, kids have it easy today. And boy, do they sure covet the use of any electronic device. A BBC article from May 2015, says that kids 5-16 years of age spend an average of six and half hours on electronics daily!
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