Speaking Serbian

Sandy is going to attend Serbian Days in Vancouver this weekend and to speak some Serbian.

I should be afraid. I should be VERY afraid :insane:

Stay tuned….


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55 Responses to Speaking Serbian

  1. ellinidata says:

    Start the on line lessons then! I am proud of her! Sandy is one wise girl!and she has a great taste in nail polish πŸ™‚

  2. sanshan says:


  3. L2D2 says:

    Good luck, Dare!

  4. Furie says:

    You haven't taught her any wrong words just for fun have you? :left:

  5. sanshan says:

    Of course he has! Those are the most important words! πŸ˜€

  6. gdare says:

    Zdravo, daj mi praseΔ‡e pečenje i pivo.This is what I taught her :insane:Originally posted by sanshan:

    JebeΕ‘ ne!

    πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜†

  7. spooksister says:

    Should Cleo be learning Serbian too?

  8. sanshan says:

    JebeΕ‘ ne! We musht shpeak lolcatz!

  9. Stardancer says:


  10. sanshan says:

    Dobro jutro Dare!

  11. gdare says:

    Dobro jutro Sandy πŸ˜€

  12. spooksister says:

    good morning Sandy? It's night time here πŸ˜€

  13. thetomster says:

    :p … must be like me speaking Indonesian πŸ˜†

  14. gdare says:

    Sal, I am still sleepy, I has the dumb :doh:Dirk πŸ˜† Do you know sentences or just words?

  15. gdare says:

    Well, that is good enough. For start πŸ˜€

  16. thetomster says:

    :p I know words google translator sentences … and if I listen I know the meaning without knowing all words πŸ™„

  17. LorenzoCelsi says:

    You know, every once in a little while a language disappears, along with a culture. It is more or less the same of vanishing living species. Of course it has started from those little tribes that lived on remote islands or some corner in deep forests but it is slowly progressing to major groups.

  18. thetomster says:

    … it would be easier if Indonesian wouldn't be mixed up with several dialects of Javanese … hardly anyone speaks Indonesian like it is written in books :left:

  19. thetomster says:

    Originally posted by gdare:

    how many dialects are in Indonesia?

    … about 300 or more, depends if count the formal and informal forms of different languages with it.

  20. SittingFox says:

    Is she teaching you Canadian as well? :whistle:

  21. gdare says:

    Adele, she is trying but I keep on holding on my Serbian English :whistle:

  22. gdare says:

    Dirk, how many dialects are in Indonesia? I guess quiet a lot :left:Lorenzo, you are right. Languages are alive and takes influences. I have seen some documentary lately, they have said that more than 90% of languages will disappear in not so distant future.

  23. thaodp says:


  24. Suntana says:

    I think we should ALL be afraid. Hopefully we don't see a segment on the Global News where a certain someone said something in Serbian that caused the Police, SWAT Team and whatever FBI equivalent Canada has, to be called. :insane: Then the Negotiators will be trying to contact Darko to vouch for her. Of course, Darko will be unavailable for hours because he is slicing & dicing training with his new sword. Meanwhile, the Fighter Jets will be up in the air on alert.So yeah, trying to suggest ordering Pizza in Serbian COULD backfire.

  25. gdare says:

    I`ve heard a lot of "eh" in some Canadian movie I watched a week ago. I don`t know if this is "eh, buddy" in American English :left:

  26. sanshan says:

    Is she teaching you Canadian as well?


  27. gdare says:

    Dirk, knowing that Indonesia has about 230 million people, it seems that every dialect is spoken by at least 770.000 people :faint:Carlos, and the name of that movie is…? :PMit ;)San, exactly :happy:

  28. Furie says:

    Isn't it "eh buddy" or did all the American documentaries I watched lie? :left:

  29. sanshan says:

    Okay, let's get this straight. This is NOT American English. It's Canadian eh?

  30. edwardpiercy says:

    I'm sure she will pick it up in no time. πŸ˜†

  31. sanshan says:

    Jebes, da. We'll buy a 2-4 and watch a hockey game and then we'll have a cursing contest eh.

  32. gdare says:

    San, eh :DEd, sure, she even knows some bad words by now πŸ˜›

  33. L2D2 says:

    Furie, that would be "yeah, buddy" with equal emphasis on both words.

  34. qlue says:

    Ja nee ou swaer! :p

  35. Abbacus says:

    No more idle mumbling to yourself within earshot?

  36. gdare says:

    San, in igloo, I guess :PAadil, wha..? :left:Abbacus πŸ˜†

  37. qlue says:

    Translates as, "yes no old heavy". :p.

  38. raniakasim says:

    wow i am too late ,but i would like to say i hate the feeling ( the deaf man in the party ) cause i tried it , i am sure u can help here

  39. gdare says:

    Aadil, now I am not any wiser :lol:Rania, it could be fun sometimes πŸ˜€

  40. qlue says:

    That's because it only makes sense in Afrikaans. :p.It's a unique quirk of Afrikaans that some things just cannot be translated, no matter how hard you try! :whistle:.

  41. gdare says:

    Ok, I can accept that. Some things in Serbian are impossible to translate, too :cheers:

  42. raniakasim says:

    fun Darko ! u say that because u didn't try it suppose they were talking about u bad things , that's exactly what had happened to my neighbor Safa ,who married Amazigian man ( of course the spelling is wrong ), i can say non Arabian man . whenever Safa entered the room she heard the same word by her mother in law .at last when she asked one of her friend about it she said that it is a bad word . the problem here is that she asked her husband about it before and he told her that it is a good word .of course u can imagine the rest of the story

  43. gdare says:

    Well, it is bad indeed. And if he lied to her then they are better separated :up: At least better for her :yes:

  44. raniakasim says:

    any way he got it :devil:

  45. gdare says:


  46. MirabelaTM says:

    To learn any language all you need is the right motivation πŸ™‚

  47. gdare says:


  48. sanshan says:


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