Serbian language course
I'd like to start a Serbian language course in the Language incubator, but first I want to ask... Is anyone interested to learn Serbian language?
News: I just applied for Serbian (Latin). I'm waiting for an answer. If we start with the project, I expect that you will join me. Upravo sam aplicirao za Srpski (Latinica). Čekam odgovor. Ukoliko krenemo sa projektom, očekujem da ćete mi se pridružiti.
Po mom skromnom mišljenju najbolje bi bilo da kurs krene sa latinicom, a kasnije da se polako prebacuje na ćirilicu. Jednostavno cilj bi trebao da nam bude da privučemo što više ljudi da nauče ''naš'' jezik.Tako da bi možda BCS varijanta bila možda i najbolja. Pozdrav. I think that the best way to go with this course is to start with Latin alphabet and then slowly switch to Cyrillic alphabet. We want to attract as many people as possible to learn our language so maybe some kind of BCS language would be the best way to go. Best regards, sorry for my bad English.
I think it would be great if the course could start out with an introduction to both alphabets and then use them simultaneously throughout the rest of the course. Most dedicated learners can pick up a Cyrillic alphabet in a day, and the sooner it's introduced, the more they can practice while learning the language, thus increasing their Cyrillic reading speed while still learning the basics. I don't know if DuoLingo can do simultaneous scripts, but I do know that the Japanese course mixes three of four writing systems (including rōmaji) right from the start.
Ja sam se prijavio sinoć tj. doprineo sam tome i dobio sam odgovor. :) Siguran sam da će biti ovaj kurs, ali samo treba vremena i budemo strpljivi. ;) Ја сам се пријавио синоћ тј. допринео сам томе и добио сам одговор. :) Сигуран сам да ће бити овај курс, али само треба времена и будемо стрпљиви. ;) I applied last night ie. I contributed to it and I got the answer. :) I'm sure it will be this course, but just needs time and we be patient. ;)
You are so fortunate being bilingual. I'm in Scotland and my late father was a Serb, but he was told by well-meaning friends that speaking Serbian would harm my ability to speak English…
I have managed to learn some Serbian out of books. My husband is very keen to learn Serbian so he can communicate when we visit relatives.