Welcome to Learn-Croatian.com, site designed for free grasping of the Croatian language. Whether you're coming here for holidays or
business, you'll find enough information on this site to communicate with the locals and get what you want - providing you don't get into deep conversations
:) Everything on this site is free to use and is compensated by ads to pay for the hosting and work put into the site.
how to use the site?
It's pretty simple. First you have to know that this site wasn't created so you could learn the whole Croatian language, just the basics. And these basics should be enough for
your visits to shops, on the beach, while talking to waiters... read more
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Language learning is normal in human childhood. Most human languages use patterns of sound or gesture for symbols which enable communication with others. There are thousands of human languages, and these seem to share certain properties, even though every shared property has exceptions.
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