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Aleka 09-02-2008 01:49 PM

"Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
Ok :D So this is the thread where our Serbian sisters will teach us non-Serbian sisters handful Serbian words and phrases, so that we're fully prepared to cheer on Viktor at a tournament and have a nice little chat with him afterwords :lol: Or if you're just curious about what Viktor might have said after a point, this is the place to ask ;) And, ladies, please behave and keep the public-forum-inappropriate stuff (swear words and what not) for PM's :angel:

I'll go first and write some basic introduction/hello stuff I've recently learned :dance:

Zdravo = Hello/Goodbye (informal)
Kako si = How are you? (informal)
Drago mi je = Pleased to meet you :D
Dobro jutro = Good morning
Dobar dan = Good day
Dobro veče = Good evening
Laku noć = Good night
Hvala = Thanks
Hvala lepo = Thank you very much


:wavey: please don't let my thread die :o

kirkicica 09-02-2008 03:07 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
some more useful ones :angel:

Pants - pantalone
gaće - underpants (if someone feels the need to know)

shut up Ilija - umukni Ilija (this is for Jess when Bozoljac refuses to shut up while she is watching the match) insert any any other name instead of Ilija when needed.

I'll add more later.

savesthedizzle 09-02-2008 03:11 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kirkicica (Post 7585415)
some more useful ones :angel:

Pants - pantalone
gaće - underpants (if someone feels the need to know)

shut up Ilija - umukni Ilija (this is for Jess when Bozoljac refuses to shut up while she is watching the match) insert any any other name instead of Ilija when needed.

I'll add more later.

Incredibly useful! :worship:

Nadie 09-02-2008 05:54 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
:banana: this is going to be one of my fave threads :woohoo:


Serbian = LOOOOOOOVE

jeahhh! 09-02-2008 09:26 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kirkicica (Post 7585415)
some more useful ones :angel:

Pants - pantalone
gaće - underpants (if someone feels the need to know)

shut up Ilija - umukni Ilija (this is for Jess when Bozoljac refuses to shut up while she is watching the match) insert any any other name instead of Ilija when needed.

I'll add more later.

Thanks :kiss:

May I ask how one would say take off your pants? or clothes in general works too. :angel:
Quote:

Originally Posted by Troickitard (Post 7585439)
Incredibly useful! :worship:

I agree!*nods*

kirkicica 09-02-2008 09:30 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Aimee. (Post 7587621)
Thanks :kiss:

May I ask how one would say take off your pants? or clothes in general works too. :angel:


I agree!*nods*

skini se, or svuci se (the second is more correct but the first is much more common) - take off your clothes

skini pantalone - take off your pants.

umm Aims, should I even ask why you wanna know this?
better not :rolls:

savesthedizzle 09-02-2008 09:39 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
Aimee :rolls: Asking the questions we all want to know :worship: Way to take one for the team :)

jeahhh! 09-02-2008 09:41 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kirkicica (Post 7587669)
skini se, or svuci se (the second is more correct but the first is much more common) - take off your clothes

skini pantalone - take off your pants.

umm Aims, should I even ask why you wanna know this?
better not :rolls:

:devil:

It's because of a conversation that happened in the rafa chat thread. Jess and I were cheering on pants (c'mon pants :rocker2:) and someone was like don't you mean come off pants or something like that and Jess and I were all *palm face* why did we never think of that. So I thought I'd ask.

plus it can always be useful. ;)



Quote:

Originally Posted by Troickitard (Post 7587734)
Aimee :rolls: Asking the questions we all want to know :worship: Way to take one for the team :)

:rolls: I am still trying to make up for my no vote. ;)

savesthedizzle 09-02-2008 09:42 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
:rolls: :rolls: I forgot about that :haha:

jeahhh! 09-02-2008 09:49 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
I had as well until I say Jelenas post telling us how to say pants, then it all came back to me :rolls:
So I had to ask :haha:

Aleka 09-02-2008 10:42 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
:spit: I have to write that one down in my Serbian notebook...on the front page, in bold letters :angel:

Govorimo srpski :rocker2: (=We speak Serbian)

neenah 09-02-2008 11:14 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
I. Love. Serbian. :hearts:

After Russian (and Spanish, but I'm already studying that) Serbian is the language I really want to learn. :D

Aleka 09-03-2008 12:48 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
Viktor je Srbin. :dance: (Viktor is Serbian)

Ja sam Rumunka :D (I am Romanian)

A vi? (And you?)

neenah 09-03-2008 02:58 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
Zovem se Nina! Ja sam Amerikanka. (correct?) Želea bih da pričam srpski. :sobbing:

Imam mačka! Zove se Coconut.

Ajde Pantalone! :rocker2:

Er. That's just about all I can say :help: :rolls:

savesthedizzle 09-03-2008 03:21 PM

Re: "Zdravo! Kako si?" aka The "let's all learn Serbian" Thread :bounce:
 
:worship:


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