Добро и Добар In case od giid morning, it's Добро јутро. Добро is used.

But in case of good day, it's Добар дан. Добар is used.

Can somebody tell me the reason?

Thank you in advance as always. :)

Jun 2, 2018 10:08 AM
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Thank you for your quick reply!

I got it!

I couldn't understand Serbian sentences, but goole translater helped me!

Have a nice weekend! :D

June 2, 2018
Promjena pridjeva "dobar" u zavisnosti od broja i lica. 
Muški rod jednine: dobar
Ženski rod jednine: dobra
Srednji rod jednine: dobro
Muški rod množine: dobri
Ženski rod množine: dobre
Srednji rod množine: dobra

Dan je imenica muškog roda jednine, zato je dobar.
Jutro je imenica srednjeg roda jednine, zato je dobro.
Veče je imenica srednjeg roda jednine, zato je dobro.

Nadam se da će Vam ovo pomoći!

(Tell me if you would like me to write this in English)
June 2, 2018
Ћао, Драгана-сан

Thank you for your support as always.

Actually, this community is really usuful. And I always find some nice native Serbian people here.

Now I'm using a textbook for beginners which is written in Japanese. But as for the listening training, it's really hard to find good source. If you know any web-site which contains audio file fo beginners, kindly let me know.

But anywsys, I always enjoy to study Serb. here and there, everwhere a lot.

Видимо се,


June 11, 2018

Добро јутро! 

јутро (noun, singular, neutral gender) => добро (appropriate adjective declination)

Добро вече! (Good evening!)

вече (noun, singular, neutral gender) => добро (appropriate adjective declination)

Добра вечер! (Croatian, but it can be heard in Serbia, too) (Good evening!)

вечер (noun, singular, female gender) => добрa (appropriate adjective declination)

Добар дан!

дан (noun, singular, male gender) => добар (appropriate adjective declination)

Срећно! :)

June 10, 2018

Nouns and adjectives change in Serbian language through different cases and genders. If the noun is in singular or plural also place a part like in Russian and other Slavic languages. It's comparable with German language, too, but this language has less cases. Aspect is another characteristic of adjectives, but in this case it's not that important since we are speaking about commonly used phrases. 

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