Croatian Language Lessons – November 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 November 2020.

Week of November 30

Phrase

“Ganjati sreću”
Meaning: To chase the happiness
Usage: To have high expectations and not appreciate what you already have

Word

“prašina”
Noun
Definition: dust
Example: Soba je puna prašine. ~ The room is full of dust.
See more examples of how to use “prašina”

 

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Week of November 23

Phrase

“Budi dobro”
Meaning: Be good; be well

Word

“vidjeti”
Verb
Definition: see, view, perceive
Example: Vidjela sam Tinu na Rivi. ~ I saw Tina on Riva.
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Week of November 16

Phrase

“Ne brini.”
Meaning: Don’t worry.

Word

“ništa”
Pronoun
Definition: nothing, none
Example: Ne osjećam ništa. ~ I feel nothing.
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Week of November 9

Phrase

“Pazi!”
Meaning: Watch out!

Word

“smiješan”
Adjective
Definition: funny, ridiculous, humorous
Example: Tako si smiješan! ~ You are so funny!
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Week of November 2

Phrase

“Vani je hladno.”
Meaning: It’s cold outside.

Word

“voziti”
Verb
Definition: to drive, ride
Example: Volim brzo voziti. ~ I like to drive fast.
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