Building Serbian sentences


Basic structure of Serbian sentences:

Let's take a look at the basic structure behind Serbian sentences:

Subject (N) – predicate – indirect object (D) - direct object (A)
A subject (in the nominative form) is followed by the verb/ the predicate.
After this we find a indirect object (in the dative form) and last but not least the direct object (with an accusative case ending).
For example:
Ана пише свом оцу писмо/
Ana (subject) piše (predicate) svome ocu (indirect object) pismo (direct object).
Ana writes a letter to her father.


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