Croatian Language Lessons – June 2021

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 June 2021.

Week of June 28

Phrase

“sva sreća”
Meaning: luckily

Word

“duga”
Noun
Definition: rainbow
Example: Vidim dugu. ~ I see a rainbow.
See more examples of how to use “duga”

 

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Week of June 21

Phrase

“izgledaš kao avion”
Meaning: you look like a plane
Usage: to say that someone looks awesome

Word

“sad”
Adverb
Definition: now
Example: Umirem od gladi. Sad idemo jesti. ~ I’m starving. Now let’s go eat.
See more examples of how to use “sad”

 

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Week of June 14

Phrase

“sve bih ponovio/la”
Meaning: I would do it all again
Usage: If you are female, use Sve bih ponovila. If you are male, use Sve bih ponovio. If you identify as neither, you can use Sve bih ponovilo.

Word

“slaviti”
Verb
Definition: celebrate, glorify
Example: Tina slavi rođendan. ~ Tina is celebrating a birthday.
See more examples of how to use “slaviti”

 

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Week of June 7

Phrase

“vezano za”
Meaning: in connection to…

Word

“sunce”
Noun
Definition: sun
Example: Konačno, sunce sija. ~ Finally, the sun shines.
See more examples of how to use “sunce”

 

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