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Interesting facts

Did you know that Serbia is the largest exporter of raspberry in the world? Did you know that Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe? Do you know what is the only Serbian word that is accepted and used across the world? Why are people of Serbia so famous for their hospitality? You will be able to learn more fun and interesting facts about our much loved Serbia throughout our lessons.

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Join our community today and get a free trial lesson with one of our online teachers. This first lesson is a great opportunity to meet the teacher and acquire about your language requirements and interests so that we can prepare customised programme to fit your needs. Apart from learning the language, you will also have an opportunity to learn a lot about Serbia, its culture, tradition and customs as our study materials cover many interesting topics and facts relating to Serbian heritage.

Famous people

Throughout centuries, Serbia has produced some of the most respecting scientists ever: Nikola Tesla, a wonder-man whose ingenious inventions are still being ahead of time; Mihajlo Pupin, physicist and chemist whose ideas on telecommunications are still breathtaking; Milutin Milankovic, mathematician, astronomer, climatologist, geophysicist, civil engineer whose climatological researches spread all over the solar system.

Testimonials

Petra

Oliver was impressed after his first lesson. Easy and convenient way to learn Serbian, even for us from Australia. Teacher Jelena was extremelly patient and friendly and helped Oliver with letters and words he never heard or pronounced before. We cannot wait to have another lesson. We would highly recommend Srpska uciteljica to all! Oliver (13) Australia

Petra

The classes with teacher are very interesting and entertaining! She introduced me to the letters of azbuka (Cyrillic alphabet). I have learned that the letters of abuka have different sounds, they sounded the same to me at the very beginning, but i have discovered the difference and can pronounce and write them properly now. Teacher Biljana is young and beautiful with amazing smile! We talked about our grandparents and i have realised how amazing my holidays are back in Serbia when i come to visit. I cannot wait to see Biljana again and learn more about Serbian language but even more about Serbian heritage. Petra Jelić, Italy

Petra

Fantastic idea, great concept and very rewarding experience our children had with teacher Milica. Classes were interesting and they have learned a lot. After the second class Vuk was extremelly happy with his progress that he decided to start reading his books in azbuka (cyrillic alphabet) that were sitting in his room for a long time. They were finally used and read with full enjoyment. We cannot wait to see Milica again. Vuk Lazović, Holland