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Croatian Language Lessons – July 2020

Every Monday, we publish a new Croatian phrase and word of the week on the home page of this site. At the end of every month, we publish a wrap up of all of the phrases and words from that month.

Here is a wrap up of our Croatian Language Lessons from July 2020.

 

Week of July 27

Phrase

“Mogu li platiti?”
Meaning: Can I pay?
Usage: Most commonly used when you’re at a restaurant or caffe when you’re ready to pay. You can also say “Može račun” to request the bill and pay, which is less formal.

Word

“račun”
Noun
Definition: invoice, check, bill, account (like a bank account)
Example: Platit ću račun. ~ I will pay the bill.
See more examples of how to use “račun”

Week of July 20

Phrase

“Koliko košta?”
Meaning: How much does it cost?
Dialect: In Split, you can say “Pošto?” instead, which means the same thing.

Word

“cijena”
Noun
Definition: price, tariff, value
Example: Cijena je previsoka. ~ The price is too high.
See more examples of how to use “cijena”

Week of July 13

Phrase

“nema na čemu”
Meaning: you’re welcome, don’t mention it, not at all

Word

“možda”
Adverb
Definition: maybe, perhaps
Example: Možda ću stići za 10 minuta. ~ Maybe I will arrive in 10 minutes.
See more examples of how to use “možda”

 

Week of July 6

Phrase

“Kako se kaže…?”
Meaning: How do you say…?
Usage: When you want to ask how to say something in Croatian, you can say “Kako se kaže?”

Word

“umoran”
Adjective
Definition: tired, weary, exhausted
Example: Umorna sam jer je ponedjeljak. ~ I am tired because it is Monday.
See more examples of how to use “umoran”

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