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