Serbian adjectives


Serbian adjectives adapt to the noun they refer to.
Doing this, they take the same gender (masculine, feminine or neuter), the same number (singular or plural) and the same case as the noun they refer to.


How can you recognise the grammatical gender of Serbian adjectives?

  • Masculine adjectives end in a consonant or -i.

    For example:
    велик страх (m) / velik strah (m) (great fear)
  • Feminine adjectives end in -a.

    For example:
    велика нада (f) / velika nada (f) (great hope)
  • Neuter adjectives end in -o.

    For example:
    велико село (n) / veliko selo (n) (large village)

There are two types of Serbian adjectives:


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