Serbian For Beginners

Learn the Serbian language online through this video course. Also includes downloadable lessons, discussions and audio.
Instructed by Marina Petrovic
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Join this video course of Serbian for Beginners 101 which consists of:

  • downloadable video lessons, 
  • discussion and audio forum 
  • pdfs which are downloadable


1. Greetings in Serbian

2. The verb TO BE in Serbian

3. Adjectives + To be


1. To see + Accusative

2. Days of the Week

3. "What do you usually do on... ? "


1. Numbers and asking for info

2. Places in the city

3. Ordering Food & Asking for price


1. The verb "to have"

2. Languages and countries


1. The verb "I like  or appeal"

2. Colours 

3. Expressing liking and disliking

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Section 1: Super Slow Serbian - Introductions,Occupations, Places, Feelings First

Listen to this video and introduce yourself by telling us what your name is in Serbian:

Ja sam Marina. A Vi?

= I am Marina. And you ?


Ja sam profesor srpskog i engleskog.

Koji je vaš posao ?


Listen to this video and write two sentences about yourself.

This time, try to use:

Zovem se + ime = My name is + name.

Ja sam + zanimanje = I am + occupation. 


You are = Ti si (this "you" = TI is used informally, with friends and family)


Listen to this video and say where you are at the moment.

Gde si ?


He is in the house = On je u kući

He isn't in the house = On nije u kući


Listen to this video and now you imagine where Marko is. I will try to guess by asking the questions as follows:

  1. Da li je Marko u prodavnici ? / Da li je on u prodavnici ? / Da li je u prodavnici ?
Your answers can be as follows:
  • Ne = no
  • Nije = no, he isn't
  • On nije u prodavnici = He isn't i in the shop
  • Da = yes
  • Jeste = he is
  • On je u prodavnici = He is in the shop
Section 2: Greetings and Introductions
What's your name: Kako se zovete? Kako se zoveš ?

Da li možemo da pređemo na "ti" ?

We naturally use an informal "ti" when comminicating with friends and family. 

When you meet someone in a similar, unofficial /informal setting, after the first introduction you can switch to more familar "ti". Here's how to do it, as well as how to accept it or decline it.

Question: Ivane, možemo li da pređemo na ti.

Accepting: Da, naravno.

Declining: Više mi odgovara da vežbam oblik sa Vi, zbog posla.

--------------- vocabulary ----------------------------

  1. moći = can
  2. možemo li = can we
  3. preći = to move/ switch
  4. možemo li da pređemo na "ti" = can we start using "ti" form
  5. da = yes
  6. naravno = of course
  7. više = more
  8. odgovarati =to suit
  9. mi = meni = to me
  10. vežabati = to practise
  11. oblik = form
  12. sa = with 
  13. "Vi" = formal "You"
  14. Više mi odgovara = it suits me more
  15. da vežbamo oblik sa "vi" = to practise Vi form
  16. zbog = because
  17. posao =job
  18. zbog posla = because of (my) job



1. Greetings in Serbian

2. Listen to my Greetings AudioBoo and try to record your answers: 

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If invisible, you can record your answers as a comment here.

After listening to the previous lesson, you can practise now on your own :)

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Topic = Tema:

Glagol BITI

Ja sam 

Ti si

On je 

Ona je

Ono je

Mi smo 

Vi ste

Oni su

One su

Ona su

--- The verb TO BE in Serbian helps you say :

1. who you are  (with nouns)

Primeri (examples): Ja sam Marina. Ja sam profesor.  On je matematičar.

2. how you feel (with adjectives)

Primeri: Ja sam interesantna. Silvina je lepa. Matija je pametan. 

3. where you are (with preposition + place)

Primeri: Ja sam iz Srbije. Silvina je iz Argentine. Karen je iz Engleske. 

--- To ask questions with the verb BITI, use this verb pattern:

* Da li + to be + noun/adjective/preposition + place

Example: Da li si ti profesor ? or Da li si  profesor ? 

* Short answers: Jesam. / Nisam.

--- Hajde da se igramo sada = Let's play now :)

Try to answer my questions under DISCUSSION tab!


In the previous lesson we did:

Ja sam  & nisam

Ti si & nisi

Now, we are going to extend this TO BE or NOT TO BE story and talk about 

Jelena = ona (she) and

Saša = on (he)

--- Listen to the video and notice what happens with the adjectives when I talk as a woman or as a man.

Yes, you are right, there are some funny changes towards the end of the adjective, which is called "fleeting A".

Masc. Sg ------------- Fem. Sg.
lep lepa (handsome/beautiful)
interesantan interesantna (interesting)
umoran umorna (tired)
srećan srećna (happy)
veseo vesela (cheerful)
ljut ljuta (angry)
tužan tužna (sad)
raspoložen raspoložena (in good mood)
žedan žedna (thirsty)
gladan gladna (hungry)
sit sita (full= not hungry)

Anyway, the best way to learn is not to dwell much on grammar, but to speak the language... or to play with it :)

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I think that at the end of the first week, you are ready to read a book in Serbian...and answer the questons, if you will :) 

Sorry, since I made mess  out of this embedded codes, and deleted them by chance, I think you can answer the questions about the book in Serbian if you follow this link

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Week one pdf file with vocabulary, explanations, verb forms and an exercise.

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Section 3: Serbian 101 Week 1 - Winter Special
Capricorns = Jarčevi



Which is your lucky day = Koji je tvoj srećan dan ?

If you are a Capricorn, your lucky day is Tuesday. = Ako si Jarac u horoskopu tvoj srećan dan je utorak.

You can watch this video and play this game in pairs, trying to find out which horoscope sign someone is while learning days of the week.


Interactive Serbian. Listen to this video and try to make a sentence based on the clues. 

For example:

Jeremija + Serbia = Jeremia is from Serbia = Jeremija je iz Srbije


Watch this video and practise asking questions about Jeremija. 

When you feel confident, do ask questions with "ti" and "Vi".

Section 4: Daily Routines & Days of the Week
Let's start this week by learningan old Serbian saying "Ko peva zlo ne misli" = "The one who sings doesn't think evil" :) The familiar word in this saying is KO = who - the question word which we practised in our previous discussion "ko je sit? ko je lep?..." (Feel free to go back to the previous di…

What do you usually do on Monday = Šta obično radiš u ponedeljak ?

I usually learn Serbian on Monday = Obično učim srpski u ponedeljak.

Days of the Week:

Ponedeljak = Monday / on Monday = u ponedeljak

Utorak = Tuesday/on Tuesday = u utorak

Sreda  = Wednesday /on Wednesday = u sredu (notice this change SREDA - SREDU -do you remember the explanation ? )

Četvrtak = Thursday /on Thursday = u četvrtak

Petak = Friday /on Friday = u petak

Subota = Saturday /on Saturda = u subotu

Nedelja  = Sunday /on Sunday = u nedelju

--- verbs ---


v ŽURITI = TO HURRY UP (žurim, žuriš, žuri – žurimo, žurite, žure )


Ja žurim, ti žuriš, on/ona/ono žuri - mi žurimo, vi žurite, oni/one/ona žure.

 More –im  Present Simple conjugations 

v RADITI = WORK (radim, radiš, radi – radimo, radite, rade )

v UČITI = LEARN (učim, učiš, uči – učimo, učite, uče)

v PRAVITI = MAKE (pravim, praviš, pravi – pravimo, pravite, prave )

v MISLITI = THINK (mislim, misliš, misli – mislimo, mislite, misle )

v TRČATI = RUN (trčim, trčiš, trči – trčimo, trčte, trče )

v DOLAZITI = ARRIVE (dolazim, dolaziš, dolazi – dolazimo, dolazite, dolaze)

Video Lesson Vocabulary  --- >

(TAJ = THIS for Sg. Masc., TA= THIS for Sg. Fem.)

  1. 1.     OBIČNO = usually, commonly
  2. 2.     TAJ POSAO = work, job
  3. 3.     NIKAD = never
  4. 4.     TAJ DORUČAK = breakfast
  5. 5.     TAJ RUČAK = dinner
  6. 6.     TA VEČERA = supper 
  7. 7.     TAJ DOMAĆI = homework 
--- ZADATAK = TASK ---
After reading the explanation and watching the video, answer the DISCUSSION questons as follows:

Useful expressions:
1.izgledati = to look/seem
2. moj=my, mi=to me, mog=of mine
3.radni dan = working day
4. iako = although
6. posao = job, raditi=to work
7. počinjati = to start
8. uvek = always
9.kancelarija = office
10. već = already
11.nikad = never
12. žuriti=to hurry
13. pošto = because
14. nalaziti = to be there
15. od =from
16. stan = flat
17. zvanično = officially
19. doći = to come to
20. kuća = home, šef=boss
21. kasnije od= later than
23. odeljenje = department

VIDETI (to see) in the present tense -  conjugations:

Ja  vidim

Ti vidiš

On vidi

Ona vidi

Ono vidi

Mi vidimo

Vi vidite

Oni vide

One vide


Nouns denoting inamate objects  after  „vidim“  are in Accusative

Masc. Sg  ---  no change in Accusative Sg. "Vidim novčanik“

DOKUMENT                                                                       document

NOVČANIK                                                                         wallet

PASOŠ                                                                              passport

Fem. Sg. ---  final –a drops and –u is added  in Accusative Sg. „Vidim vizU“

VIZA                                                                                 visa

LIČNA KARTA                                                                     identification card

Neuter Sg. ---  no change in Accusative Sg. „Vidim pismo“

PISMO                                                                 letter

VINO                                                                    wine

Masc. Sg  ---  Vidim muzej

MUZEJ                                                                  muzej

PARK                                                                     park

TELEVIZOR                                                          television

PROZOR                                                               window

Fem. Sg. ---  Vidim bankU 

BANKA                                                                 bank

BOLNICA                                                              hospital

APOTEKA                                                             pharmacy

Neuter Sg. ---  Vidim mesto

MESTO                                                                 place



Šta misliš ? = What do you think ?

slika = picture

broj = number

Šta misliš šta je slika broj 1 = What do you think is in photo number 1 ?

--- Numbers ---

Read and Listen about numbers in Serbian 

--- Verb TO THINK ---

Ja mislim

Ti misliš

On, ona, ono misli

Mi mislimo

Vi mislite 

Oni, one, ona misle

--- questions:

Šta misliš šta je ovo ? What do you think this is ?

Mislim da je ovo ulje. I think this is oil.


Try to anwer the questions in the discussion forum below.


Since the first case which we are learning is the Accusative, because of its frequency, let me introduce you to the pronouns in Accusative. 

The verbs used here are all connected with seeing:

1. gledati = to  watch

2. posmatrati = to observe

3. pogledati = take a look

4. videti = to see


Ja = I

Vidiš me = You see me

Ti = You

Vidim te = I see you

On = He

Vidim ga = I see him

Ona = She

Vidim je = I see her

Mi = We

Vidiš nas = You see us

Vi = You

Vidim vas = I see you

Oni/one/ona = They

Vidim ih = I see them

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Section 5: Numbers, Places and Food
Listen to this song and try to figure out which gaps with  numbers are for  "moj" (mine or my for and where "tvoj" (yours or your for and for the gaps with letters, you will notice that the verb TO BE is missing.  ---  As usual, all those who send me the answers via Inbox, will r…

Bolnica = hospital

Prodavnica = shop

Pošta = post office

Ulica = street 

Muzej = museum 

Banka = bank 

Park = park 

Centar grada = city centre 


Gde  je ... ? = Where is ... ?


Idite ... = Go...

Pravo = Straight

Levo =left

Desno = right


Kod pošte = At the post office

Skrenite = turn

skrenite levo = turn left

skrenite desno = turn right



Watch the video and jot down the useful phrases.

Do you have any questions ?


Now watch the video again, but this time you have to come up with your own explanation, as my voice is muted. Best of luck!


Listen to the video and try to guess where Jeremia is.


BROJEVIizgovor (pronunciation)

  1. 1.     Jedan
  2. 2.     Dva
  3. 3.     Tri
  4. 4.     Četiri
  5. 5.     Pet
  6. 6.     Šest
  7. 7.     Sedam
  8. 8.     Osam
  9. 9.     Devet
  10. 10.                        Deset
  11. 11.                        JEDANAEST
  12. 12.                        DVANAEST
  13. 13.                        TRINAEST
  14. 14.                        ČETRNAEST
  15. 15.                        PETNAEST
  16. 16.                        ŠESNAEST
  17. 17.                        SEDAMNAEST
  18. 18.                        OSAMNAEST
  19. 19.                        DEVETNAEST
  20.  20.                        DVADESET











Listen to this video and tell me how old you are (you can make it up, like I do).

Ja imam 26 godina. 

Koliko ti imaš godina ?


Look at your table in the kitchen and decide what you can see (vidim) and what you can't see (ne vidim) there ?

  • Vidim kolač, krastavac i kafu, ali ne vidim sir i šunku.
A ti ?
  • FOOD
  • 1.   Hamburger
  • 2.   Hot dog
  • 3.   Sendvič
  • 4.   Pica
  • 5.   Kečap
  • 6.   Majonez
  • 7.   Koka-kola
  • 8.   Čips = crisps
  • 9.   Pomfrit = fries
  • 10.       Sladoled =ice-cream
  • 11.       Med =honey
  • 12.       Žvaka = chewing gum
  • 13.       Krastavac = cucumber
  • 14.       Lizalica = lollipop
  • 15.       Žele = jelly
  • 16.       Čokolada = chocolate
  • 17.       Torta = cake
  • 18.       Keks = biscuit
  • 19.       Pita  =pie
  • 20.       Kokice = popcorn

Useful phrases:


Koliko košta sendvič ? = How much is a sandwich ?

Sendvič je sto dinara = The sandwich is 100 Dinars.


Želim jedan sendvič = I want a sandwich.

Želim jednu picu = I want a pizza.

--- As you can see, with „how much“, there's no case ending in the noun ( i.e. the noun is in the Nominative), while with the „I want...“ there's the Accusative case.


A: Dobar dan. Izvolite.

B: Dobar dan. Koliko košta sendvič ?

A: Sendvič je sto pedeset dinara.

B: Koliko košta koka-kola ?

A: Sedamdeset dinara.

B: Želim jedan sendvič i koka-kolu.

A: U redu. Izvolite. To je dvesta dvadeset dinara.

B: Izvolite.

A: Hvala.

B: Hvala Vama. Doviđenja.

A: Doviđenja! Dođite nam opet (Come to us again)


  • Ja želim jabuku, krompir i kafu
  • Mirko želi bananu i čaj
  • Mirjana želi so i hleb
Šta ti želiš ?


Ja želim = I want

Ti želiš = You want

On/ ona /ono  želi = He/she/it wants

Mi želimo = we want

Vi želite = you want

Oni/one/ona žele = They want

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Section 6: Countries and Languages



JA imam, TI imaš, ON&ONA&ONO ima

MI imamo, VI imate, ONI&ONE&ONA imaju

Sample Questions:

  1. 1.      Da li imaš dokument? = Do you have a document ?
  2. 2.      Šta imaš ? = What do you have ?
  3. 3.      Da li imaš haljinU ? = Do you have a dress ?
  4. 4.      Čiju (whose) haljinU imaš ? = Whose dress do you  have ?

Sample Answers:

  1. 1.      Da, imam dokument.
  2. 2.      Imam vizu, ali nemam ličnu kartu.
  3. 3.      Ne, nemam haljinu.
  4. 4.      Imam tvoju haljinu.



       +     IMAM + Noun in Accusative

-          NEMAM + Noun in Accusative

(Negative form of the verb is ALWAYS written with „NE“ written separately from the verb, except in 4 cases: NEMAM, NEĆU (WON'T), NISAM (AM NOT), NEMOJ (DON'T)

Listen to this beautiful song and do the gap filling exercise . --- As usual, all those who send me the answers via Inbox, will receive the translation with the vocabulary explained in English. Have fun!


  • MOJ (moj brat – mojA mama – mojE dete) = my
  • TVOJ (tvoj auto – tvojA pita – tvojE pismo) = your
  • NJEGOV (njegov kompjuter – njegovA sestra – njegovO dete)= his, its
  • NJEN (njen tata – njenA haljina – njenO odelo) = her, its
  • NAŠ  = our (naš brat – našA mama- našE pismo)
  • VAŠ  = your (vaš auto – vašA haljina – vašE odelo)
  • NJIHOV = their (njihov stric – njihovA strina – njihovO dete)

Useful vocabulary:
1. je iz = is from
2. on živi = he lives
3. u = in
4. sa = with
5. supruga = spouse (fem.)
6. troje = three
7. deca = children
8. njegova = his
9. žena = wife
10 zvati se = to be called
11. imati = to have
12. godina = year
13. raditi = to work
14. kao =as
15. inspektor = inspector
16. slobodno vreme = free time
17. igrati = to play
18. ići = to go
19. pozorište = theatre


Listen and try to come up with the answer, before you hear mine. 


Watch this video and ask and answer questions about Jeremija. 


ZEMLJE (countries) & JEZICI (languages)

Koji jezik govoriš ? = which language do you speak ?

ZEMLJA - jezik (note that the lanugage is written in lower case, unlike in English)

Engleska (England) - engleski

Bretanja (Brittany in France) - bretonski

Srbija - srpski (Govorim srpski = I speak Serbian)

Egipat - arapski (Da li živiš u Egiptu = Do you live in Egypt ?)

Bosna - bosanski (Ako govoriš bosanski, da li živiš u Bosni = If you are speaking Bosnian, do you live in Bosnia ?)

Makedonija = makedonski 

Holandija (the Netherlands) = holandski (Dutch)

Francuska - francuski

Crna Gora (Montenegro) - crnogorski (Montenegrin)

(this language doesn't exist in reality, but it is good to learn this adjective)

Španija - španski

Italija - italijanski

Slovenija - slovenački 

Portugal - portugalski (note the different stress patterns)

Nemačka - nemački (Niti govoriš nemački, niti živiš u Nemačkoj = You neither speak German, nor live in Germany)

If invisible, click here

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Section 7: Colours and Liking verbs

1. Look at the words around the square. All of them are verbs, except one. Which one ? 2. Listen to the story and write the correct conjugations of the verbs which are missing.




v  In order to express what you like, „sviđa se“ phrase is always followed with „to someone“. For example:

  1. 1.     The book appeals to me =

Knjiga mi se sviđa. OR Sviđa mi se knjiga. OR Meni se sviđa knjiga.

  1. 2.     The story appeals to him =

Priča mu se sviđa. OR Sviđa mu se priča OR Njemu se sviđa priča.


CRVENA boja =red colour

PLAVA = blue

ZELENA = green

ŽUTA = yellow





CRNA = black

BELA = white

Listen to this song  and try to figure out which words are missing in the gaps: --- As usual, all those who send me the answers via Inbox, will receive the translation with the vocabulary explained in English. Have fun!

Watch this video and try to ask and ask questions and give answers on your own:

1st encircled photo of a shirt (košulja):

TRAŽITI - Da li tražiš košulju ? - Ne, ne tražim košulju.

PRESENT SIMPLE CONJUGATIONS OF „TRAŽITI“ (this verb requires the noun in Accusative)

TRAŽITI: To Look for (tražim – tražiš- traži ---tražimo- tražite –traže)


Listen to the video and answer the following questions:

1. Šta Ivan ima ?

2. Šta Ivan traži ?

3. Šta Ivan radi ?

4. Šta ja imam ?

5. Šta ja tražim ?

6. Šta ja imam ?

7. Šta ti imaš ?

8. Šta ti tražiš ?

9. Šta ti tražiš ?

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Section 8: Serbian Podcast Pages

Watch the video and try to choose the best conjugation which fits the gap. You can check your answers  by doing the same exercise online.


If you were not sure what the Accusative lesson was about, watch this video with explanations


Šta radiš u slobodno vreme ?

U slobodno vreme plivam. A ti ?

I swim in my free time. What about you ?

Section 9: Serbian Cyrillic Script and Pronunciation

In the course of time I'll be recording the sounds you find hard to pronounce:










Zdravo svima! If you'd like to participate free online sessions of Serbian where we will practise all that we learnt from the video lessons on the course, feel free to fill in this survey and press -done- when finished. I encourage you to: Go to the site called World Clock to translate Serbian time…
Section 10: MP3 & Texts in the Cyrillic Script
Listen to these two dialogues and answer the following questions:
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2.09 MB

3.65 MB

1.91 MB

119.65 KB

If you are interested in playing the Well game in Serbian 101 classroom, feel free to drop me a line via, so we can organize some "language game events" based on the materials on this course. You can always book an online lesson with me, according to the time-table on Myngle . Since you've already purchased this course, you'll always have a discount if you book  a lesson with me. Just make sure you let me know in advance, via e-mail. One 50 minute online lesson costs 27E, but if you are a subscriber of Serbian 101, it's 22E. Furthermore, if you purchase a 10 or 30 lessons, Myngle gives you additional discounts. All the students have 24/7 access to their virtual classroom with the audio&video materials.

Instructor Biography

Marina Petrovic , Teacher of English and Serbian

Hi there! I'm Marina Petrović , an EFL teacher and blogger from Serbia. After obtaining a diploma in English Language and Literature from the University of Novi Sad, back in 1996 my husband and I started our own foreign language school. I successfully passed the Cambridge ESOL exams of CAE, CPE, BEC Vantage, Higher, IELTS. In 2009 I was awarded LANCELOT ( LANguage Learning with Certified Live Online Teachers) scholarship and in 2010 I was IH COLT certificated (International House Certificate in Online Tutoring).

For the past six years I've been teaching online and creating language teaching sites along with digital language teaching materials. My most successful site is English for Beginners with over 90k unique monthly visitors, along with CommonEnglishPhrases, SerbianLesson and LearnSerbianBlog.

In my free time I enjoy walking and watching films with my two kids and hubby.


Veliki pozdrav svima! Zovem se Marina Petrović i živim i radim u Novom Sadu. Diplomirani sam profesor engleskog jezika i šesnaest godina radim u privatnoj školi engleskog, a od pre četiri godine držim časove engleskog i srpskog onlajn.

Pored položenih ESOL Cambridge CAE, CPE, BEC higher i IELTS ispita, 2009. godine sam dobila stipendiju za LANCELOT kurs (LANguage Learning with Certified Live Online Teachers), a 2010. sam upisala i uspešno završila IH COLT . (International House Certificate in Online Tutoring).

Obožavam da držim onlajn časove, da pravim digitalne materijale za časove engleskog i srpskog i sajtove za učenje jezika, od kojih su najuspešniji: EngleskiZaPocetnike, , CommonEnglishPhrases, SerbianLesson , LeWiNoW, LearnSerbianBlog.

Svake godine volontiram i pomažem kolegama u organizaciji onlajn konferencija, kao što je i Virtual-Round-Table conference, gde sam upoznala Gagan Biyani-ija jednog od CEO-a Udemy platforme koja me je oduševila jednostavnošću. Sigurna sam da će vam se kursevi koje pravim svideti i da će vam učenje jezika uz njih biti i zabavno i korisno.

Možete me kontaktirati preko LinkedIn profila, ili me pratiti preko Twittera na engleskom i na srpskom.

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