The Thinking of Speaking
Issue #26 March / April 2017
Culture
Basic Guide to Croatian
by Erik Zidowecki
March / April 2017 | 
Basic Guide to
 Croatian
Croatian is the form of Serbo-Croatian spoken by Croats, mainly in Croatia and former parts of Yugoslavia. This South-Slavic language uses the Latin alphabet and has over 5 million speakers.

Here are some beginner words and phrases in Croatian for you to gain a simple introduction to it.

Good morningDobro jutro
Good afternoonDobar dan
Good eveningDobra večer
Good nightLaku no?
HelloBok
How are you?Kako ste?
Fine, thank youDobro, hvala
And you?A vi?
WelcomeDobro došli
It is a beautiful dayDanas je lijep dan
Have a nice dayUgodan dan
GoodbyeDoviđenja
See you laterVidimo se kasnije
See you tomorrowDo sutra
Excuse me (when bumping into someone)Oprostite
May I help you?Mogu li vam pomoći?
Do you speak English?Govorite li engleski?
Yes, a littleDa, malo
YesDa
NoNe
yesterdayjučer
todaydanas
tomorrowsutra

For further materials like this, plus a whole lot more, be sure to visit

www.lingohut.com

 
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Basic Guide to Croatian
Writer: Erik Zidowecki
Images:
Petey: Flag; View of city

All images are Copyright - CC BY-SA (Creative Commons Share Alike) by their respective owners, except for Petey, which is Public Domain (PD) or unless otherwise noted.

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