A 624-page book with 100 lessons and 1 download of 2001 mp3 files lasting 3h00
Croatian learning method for German speakers
Croat is a South Slavic language akin to Russian. Since the transition to democracy in 1990, it has regained its status as the country’s official language. Unlike Serbian (deemed to be the same language until the breakup of the states of former Yugoslavia), Croat uses the Latin alphabet plus a few extra signs, making it easier to learn for French speakers.
This very progressive course, teaching over 2,000 words and expressions, gives you the basics needed to express yourself in everyday life.
The recordings include all the texts in Croat for each lesson and the translation exercises from the book. They have been recorded by professional native speakers. Use the USB stick to download all or part of the recordings on your MP3 player.
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