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    Hooray, our saviour has arrived! We've been waiting for this for so long... :P ;D
    Puno hvala. =)

    P.S. I love your profile name. =D
    'I have a cane and I know how to use it.'

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    You're welcome.
    I hope it will be useful. Ask anything you want, I'm here to help.

    A sto se tice mog imena, malo crnog humora nije bilo na odmet

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbian_conjugation

    Here you'll find a bit about the conjugation of verbs.... it's only the basics. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luby91 View Post
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbian_conjugation

    Here you'll find a bit about the conjugation of verbs.... it's only the basics. :P
    But it says a lot. Thanks =)
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    Hey! This is great!
    I'm not a fortune-teller, but I can tell you for sure if you guys go on like this I will speak Serbian very soon. Could you please teach us some verbs (in present, past & future tense) such as

    to be, speak, see, walk, talk, like...
    want to, would like to, can, do, must...

    I know this is gonna be another 10-20 pages, but I reeeaaally would like to know everything!
    In exchange I can help with HU, SK, CZ, PL (or English) either translation or grammar if anyone needs aaaanything on Earth.

    Thank you in advance! Hvala lepo!
    Mivel mindig az okos enged, már rég a hülyék uralkodnak...

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbian_grammar

    I've just found more lol.... and i just realised that it's changed to cyrillic.... All i can say is that if you cannot read cyrillic... the best option is to learn it

    Poz.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nene View Post
    Hey! This is great!
    I'm not a fortune-teller, but I can tell you for sure if you guys go on like this I will speak Serbian very soon. Could you please teach us some verbs (in present, past & future tense) such as

    to be, speak, see, walk, talk, like...
    want to, would like to, can, do, must...

    I know this is gonna be another 10-20 pages, but I reeeaaally would like to know everything!
    In exchange I can help with HU, SK, CZ, PL (or English) either translation or grammar if anyone needs aaaanything on Earth.

    Thank you in advance! Hvala lepo!


    Hey

    http://www.lztranslation.com/serbian_grammar.html

    This site helps a lot.
    You've got Serbian verbs and in each tense

    Serbian nouns (with each gramm. case explained and how it's used in the Serbian language

    Pronouns

    and also prepositions, and which preposition belongs to which case.

    these are .pdf files so, if you dont have adobe or another program, it's good to download one :P

    Poz.
    Luby

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    Luby,
    This is great! I think this will help me a lot!
    Many thanks!
    Mivel mindig az okos enged, már rég a hülyék uralkodnak...

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    I have a question for serbian past tense. Why do you use "I am" when speaking in past tense?

    For instance:
    Sanjala sam - I dreamt
    Mogla sam - I could

    ect...

    Also, I study bulgarian also, and in Bulgarian there is "mojat/mojata", and "moj/moja" (m/f) , meaning mine and my. What are the serbian equivalent?

    Many thanks ! :-)
    Great topic btw! I've been learning serbian for a while but not officially.. I can understand grammer quite well but my vocabulary isn't good.

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    Somebody said these make little sense?
    Bejah
    Bejaše
    Bejasmo
    Bejahu etc.

    well.. they make zero sense to me and I suppose I can say with 95% certainty that I have never heard anyone use those in real life lol

    masarra, I have no idea how to answer the sam question.. sam would actually be only the "am" part of "I am" ..

    About mine and my.. Bulgarian has different translation for those? Well, I am jealous!
    only "moj/moja" (m/f) are the translation of my (mine) in Serbian

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    Bejah
    Bejaše
    Bejasmo
    Bejahu etc.

    lol, we have these in croatian too

    Bijah
    bijaše
    bijasmo
    bijahu

    but it can be found only in books, i doubt smb use these...
    ''Glupost je sama u sebe zaljubljena i njeno je samoljublje bezgranično.''

    ''Siamo niente senza fantasie''

    ''Наверное мне место на луне, но страшно оставаться в темноте''

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    Helooo, here I am!

    Dangerous & Moving, you will help me with differences in croatian

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    Here we go...

    Infinitive (ends with TI and ĆI)

    Be - BITI
    Speak, talk - PRIČATI, GOVORITI, KAZATI
    See - GLEDATI
    Walk - HODATI
    Like - VOLETI, SVIÐATI
    Want - ŽELETI
    Can - MOĆI
    Do - RADITI
    Must - MORATI
    Begin - POČETI
    Bring - DONETI
    Buy - KUPITI
    Drink - PITI
    Eat - JESTI
    Find - NAĆI
    Forget - ZABORAVITI
    Go - IĆI
    Say - REĆI
    Understand - RAZUMETI
    Sleep - SPAVATI
    ...

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    Present - PREZENT (Sadašnje vreme)

    Work - RADI+TI

    Ja radi - M
    Ti radi - Š
    On radi
    Ona radi
    Ono radi
    Mi radi - MO
    Vi radi - TE
    Oni rad - E

    Sing - PEVA+TI

    Ja peva - M
    Ti peva - Š
    On peva
    Ona peva
    Ono peva
    Mi peva - MO
    Vi peva - TE
    Oni peva - JU
    Last edited by Vlada; 07-20-2008 at 05:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by masarra View Post
    I have a question for serbian past tense. Why do you use "I am" when speaking in past tense?

    For instance:
    Sanjala sam - I dreamt
    Mogla sam - I could

    ect...

    Also, I study bulgarian also, and in Bulgarian there is "mojat/mojata", and "moj/moja" (m/f) , meaning mine and my. What are the serbian equivalent?

    Many thanks ! :-)
    Great topic btw! I've been learning serbian for a while but not officially.. I can understand grammer quite well but my vocabulary isn't good.
    Yeah! This sounds familliar. For some reason we use these in Slovak & Czech past tense the same way (Except the 3rd person where it is left out). I would say there is no particular reason of using it and we don't sense it as "I am".

    It is something similar to when I started learning English and asked why is the verb "to do" used in every question, but in fact it is just to help to form a question; not to be translated as such.

    As to "my" in Serbian:
    moj/moja/moje = m/f/n(neuter),
    the easy part is that the above is used for both "my" and "mine".

    Good luck with your Serbian Masarra!!!
    Mivel mindig az okos enged, már rég a hülyék uralkodnak...

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    Default Some homework... :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Vlada View Post
    Present - PREZENT (Sadašnje vreme)

    Work - RADI+TI

    Ja radi - M
    Ti radi - Š
    On radi
    Ona radi
    Ono radi
    Mi radi - MO
    Vi radi - TE
    Oni rad - E

    Sing - PEVA+TI

    Ja peva - M
    Ti peva - Š
    On peva
    Ona peva
    Ono peva
    Mi peva - MO
    Vi peva - TE
    Oni peva - JU
    Many thanks Vlada,

    I tried to practise a wee bit:

    walk - HODATI

    Ja hodam
    Ti hodaš
    On, Ona, ona hoda

    Mi hodamo
    Vi hodate
    Oni hodaju

    want = ŽELETI

    Ja želim
    Ti želiš
    On, ona, ono želi

    Mi želimo
    Vi želite
    Oni žele

    I hope I got it right....
    Mivel mindig az okos enged, már rég a hülyék uralkodnak...

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    sure, Vlada
    ''Glupost je sama u sebe zaljubljena i njeno je samoljublje bezgranično.''

    ''Siamo niente senza fantasie''

    ''Наверное мне место на луне, но страшно оставаться в темноте''

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    Yep, Nene, you got it

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    Youhooo!!! Great! Gimme a year and I'll speak fluent Serbian!
    Anyway, I can read cyrillik now! It took me a while, but my reading got quite nice.

    Btw, what's the story with "bejah..." What does it mean? Cannot find it in dictionaries
    I gues I need the infinitive.
    Mivel mindig az okos enged, már rég a hülyék uralkodnak...

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    it's form of verb to be in imperfect
    ''Glupost je sama u sebe zaljubljena i njeno je samoljublje bezgranično.''

    ''Siamo niente senza fantasie''

    ''Наверное мне место на луне, но страшно оставаться в темноте''

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