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Four simple and fun hacks for improving your Serbian in Belgrade
Tired of tricky Serbian
grammar and traditional learning activities? Don`t despair, there are plenty of
ways to make your learning Serbian more productive and enjoyable.
Here are four helpful tips that especially could come in handy
if you are visiting Serbia or staying here for a while.
Watch wonderful Serbian movies with English subtitles on big screen
you are interested in recent Serbian film production, Serbian films for foreigners might just be your next favorite
cultural offer in Belgrade. Each screening is followed by an interview in
English with the author so crowd can enjoy in a thought-provoking conversation
and share their ideas and thoughts awakened by the movies. Entrance is free of
charge and screenings take part in KC Grad. Take a look at the site https://serbianfilms.com for more
Engage in language exchange meetings
makes perfect and there is no better place to practice your language skills
then in language exchange events. Polyglot club Sunday café Belgrade and
Language café Belgrade organize friendly and fun gatherings on regular basis in
which you can not only talk in Serbian, but in any other language you use. Locals, travelers and foreigners meet and
ones with same language interests engage in a conversation in desired language.
Sounds amazing, doesn`t it? Feel free to share precious knowledge of your
mother tongue too, native speakers are always more than welcome to meetings.
Here you can read more about these lovely gatherings.
Take part in group activities and go to events
If you are adventurous and curious to discover Belgrade`s stunning
cultural scene, don`t hesitate to visit our museums, theaters, cinemas,
cultural centers and many other incredible places. Here you can easily get up
to date information about cultural, artistic and educational events in Belgrade
and other cities in Southeastern Europe at http://seecult.org/kalendar.
Besides that, if you are staying here for a while, try to find
an activity to do with locals that inspires you. For example, if you are into
yoga, why wouldn`t you join a yoga class here – that would be a great chance to
talk a bit more in Serbian and maybe make new Serbian friends with mutual
Find a language
of younger population in Serbia speaks English and is absolutely delighted when
gets an opportunity to practice and exchange their language skills with
foreigners. No matter what language you speak, here you can always find a
friend who would like to meet up and chat with. At the Faculty of philology in
Belgrade you can connect with foreign language students who either study your
mother tongue or some other language you speak and exchange language knowledge.
Don`t forget: language exchange is a priceless way to overcome the gap between
language lessons and build up your skills by getting to know the real spoken
language and informal expressions.
and stay tuned for more tips and tricks for learning Serbian prepared by: Jovana Golubović, Serbian teacher, member of our team
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