Welcome to the final article in our Croatian grammatical cases series! In this article, you will learn more about the final, seventh grammatical case in Croatian – the Instrumental case. As you can tell from its name, the Instrumental case … Read More
The Locative case is the sixth grammatical case in Croatian. Its name comes from the word location which explains when this case is used the most. The Locative and Dative case have the same form which makes it easy to … Read More
Did you know that you need a special case in Croatian if you want to call or address someone? Yes, you do. Let me introduce you to the Vocative case! This article is a part of our Grammatical Cases series … Read More
The nominative case marks the subject of a verb (the predicate). Nouns, adjectives, etc. in the nominative form stay unchanged.
The Croatian alphabet consists of 30 letters, of which 5 are vowels (a, e, i, o, u) and 25 consonants. Each sound is represented by a single letter as you are able to hear from the recordings. Beside regular Latin … Read More