Negation in Serbian sentences:

To negate a Serbian sentence, we use the tiny word “ne”.

You place “ne” in front of the verb.
For example:
Мобилни телефон не ради./
Mobitel ne radi.
(The mobile/cell phone does not work.)
If a Serbian sentence contains an auxiliary verb (e.g.: biti – to be), “ne” merges with the auxiliary verb.
For example:
Златко нема новца./
Zlatko nema novca.
(Zlatko has no money. /Zlatko does not have money.)


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