Croatian Language Lessons – March 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 March 2021.

Week of March 29

Phrase

“Prija mi”
Meaning: It pleases me

Word

“crn”
Adjective
Definition: black, dark
Example:
Volim crni rižot u Konobi Marjan. ~ I love the black risotto at Konoba Marjan.
See more examples of how to use “crn”

 

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Week of March 22

Phrase

“Čini mi se da je…”
Meaning: It seems to me that…

Word

“lako”
Adverb
Definition: easy, easily
Example: To je bilo lako. ~ It was easy.
See more examples of how to use “lako”

Week of March 15

Phrase

“Od sada”
Meaning: From now on

Word

“gledati”
Verb
Definition: look, watch, see
Example: Samo gledam. ~ I am just looking (around).
See more examples of how to use “gledati”

 

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Week of March 8

Phrase

“Tako to ide”
Meaning: That’s how it goes
Usage: To say that something’s happening according to expectation or observation

Word

“proljeće”
Noun
Definition: spring
Example: Volim proljeće. ~ I love spring.
See more examples of how to use “proljeće”

 

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Week of March 1

Phrase

“Skakati si u usta”
Meaning: To jump in your own mouth
Usage: To give contradictory statements

Word

“sretan”
Adjective
Definition: happy, lucky, fortunate
Example: Sretna sam. ~ I am happy.
See more examples of how to use “sretan”

 

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